Nutrition makes mental wellness

What you eat becomes how you feel and think

Coping with Loss 09-23 3-4 PM
Longmont Senior Center: 910 Longs Peak Ave Older Adults Brandy Queen, LPC A guided conversation on mental health exploring a variety of losses, how we cope, and how we can support each other
Family Foods to Build Good Moods 09-23 5:30-6:30 PM TBD Family Friendly Event Terry Mast MNT Helping families learn about meals and snacks that feed mental and emotional health
Exploration of Food, Culture, and What Nourishment Really Means 09-23 6 – 8 pm Longmont Senior Center: 910 Longs Peak Ave 11 to Adult Grey Havens Philosophy At Grey Havens Philosophy, we love to talk about food! Join us for an exploration of food, culture, and what it truly means to nourish oneself and one’s community.
Community Conversation: Coping with Anxiety 09-24 6:30-7:30 PM Lyons Regional Library, 451 4th Avenue, Lyons 12 to Adult Janaki Jane/Emily Kintzel A guided conversation on mental health exploring what anxiety is, how we cope, and how we can support each other
Boost Your Mood with Omega-3s 09-24 5:30-7:30PM Kitchen Company, 464 Main Street Paid Class—Register at kitchencolongmont.com Chef Andrea Foro Learn about how foods high in Omega-3s boost mental and emotional wellness (**Paid class)
Vegetables, Gardening and Mental Wellbeing 09-25 5:30-6:30PM La Vita Bella, 471 Main Street Family Friendly Event Catherine Blackwell (Brown’s Farm) Learn how growing and eating plants benefits mental health and wellbeing.
The Social Diet 09-26 TBD TBD Family Friendly Event Stacy Goresko, Ph.D Happiness does not come from fame or fortune. We believe that people receive the greatest joys in life by having meaningful relationships with others. The mission of The Social Diet® is to provide the education and the tools necessary for individuals, and families to learn how to make life-long social connections that affect our quality of life.
Stories of Hope and Healing: Story Slam 09-26 6-7:30 PM
TBD Teens and Adults Janaki Jane/Ashleigh Sinclaire Do you tell stories or did you attend the storytelling workshop at the Celebration of Many More Tomorrows? Come share your 5 minute story of hope and healing–how you overcame mental illness, suicide (your own attempts or someone elses’), or addiction.
Feed the Mind 09-27 11:30AM -12:45PM Longmont Senior Center: 910 Longs Peak Ave Older Adults Debbie Arnold Foods that benefit cognition and support mental wellness. (Meals on wheels will offer a lunch at 11:30 followed by the presentation)
Sweets to Help Beat Anxiety 09-27 2 – 4 PM Kitchen Company, 464 Main Street Family Friendly Event (Drop-In) Chef Andrea Foro Learn how some sweet treats can have a calming effect on the mind.
Healthy Power Breakfast 09-18 10 AM-Noon Journey Culinary Paid Class—Register at kitchencolongmont.com Journey Culinary Learn to make fresh and organic nutritional juices accompanied with quinoa with natural almond milk, flax seeds and spinach scramble eggs.
Healthy Power Breakfast 09-25 10 AM-Noon Journey Culinary Paid Class—Register at kitchencolongmont.com Journey Culinary Learn to make fresh and organic nutritional juices accompanied with quinoa with natural almond milk, flax seeds and spinach scramble eggs.
Healthy Power Breakfast 09-28 10 AM-Noon Journey Culinary Paid Class—Register at kitchencolongmont.com Journey Culinary Learn to make fresh and organic nutritional juices accompanied with quinoa with natural almond milk, flax seeds and spinach scramble eggs.