SPRING NEWS & PROGRAMS ~ APRIL 2022
This feature bridges our long-time Eat Well Watertown program, which hosts community “chefs” and health professionals who share their knowledge and passion for cooking, diverse cultural cuisine, and healthy eating, with our seasonal Culinary Corner initiative of the Watertown Farmers’ Market.
For many folks, the holiday entrée is pretty much set in stone: ham or lamb for Easter, brisket for Passover. So, let’s focus here on side dishes. Of course, there are traditional sides as well, but at least there’s a bit more leeway. Here are some ideas; think of them as templates and adjust to the tastes of those who will be gathering around your tables.
Salads ~ Other Greens ~ Starches
Photo by Sarah Chai
Qigong for Health & Healing
Registration Required (See Below)
Qigong is a great form of preventive maintenance for your 3 bodies: physical body, energy body and spiritual body. It includes body tapping and vibration (to move blood and energy in your body), meridian stretching (to help open any blockages in your energy channels) and exercises to build power in your lower dantian (core/lower abdomen). This class will include a music meditation and various movements which can be done on the floor or a chair (provided).
Register Online HERE (NEW students only)
(in collaboration with the Watertown Free Public Library)
Meet at the Main Entrance by Story Chapel
Join the Watertown Free Public Library’s Community Outreach Librarian, on a Literary Walk through scenic Mount Auburn Cemetery!
In honor of National Poetry Month, our route will take us by the graves of some of our most illustrious poets. The walk will not take place if it rains.
Organized in collaboration with Live Well Watertown’s Just Walk Program.
Visit the Watertown Cares Network WEBSITE to learn more about local efforts to address Substance Use Disorder in the community. All are welcome to attend our bimonthly Network Meetings. Email in...@watertowncares.org for more information or to be added to the email list.
Our next meeting will be scheduled on May 10, at 5:00pm at the Watertown Free Public Library.
For more information about Live Well Watertown Programs, contact:
Stephanie Venizelos, Community Wellness Program Manager at: