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Graham Kerr visits EWU
Date and Time
Wednesday, Oct. 15, various times (see details below)
Various locations (see details below)
Tea sponsored by Rockwood Health System
Growing at the Speed of Life
A healthy living event with internationally known chef and author graham kerr Graham Kerr
EWU is excited to host Graham Kerr on campus for a series of events designed to help you make healthy, creative lifestyle changes and increase consumption of fresh, local edible plants and seafood.
Kerr is one of the first celebrity TV chefs (The Galloping Gourmet—PBS and CBS). Along with Julia Child, Kerr revolutionized the average person’s approach to food. After his TV chef days, Kerr turned his attention to a variety of different topics, including personal/spiritual happiness, healthy eating and growing your own food. His book, Growing at the Speed of Life, chronicles his adventure of starting a garden for the first time in his life. It is filled with hints about gardening, as well as interspersed with original recipes that promote his healthy eating interest.
Schedule of Events
Wednesday, Oct. 15 9-9:50 a.m., Showalter Hall room 109: Especially for students! Come visit with Graham Kerr!
11 a.m.- noon, behind the Red Barn: Garlic planting at the Community Garden with students.
Noon-2 p.m., Pearce Hall: How to Eat Healthy in College—Kerr joins a panel that includes Dining Services chefs, the nutritionist from Rockwood Health System and the chef/owner from The Mason Jar. This is a soup and sandwich event open to all students. The panel will discuss options and strategies for eating healthy in college.
3-4:30 p.m., Powers Reading Room, Hargreaves Hall: Tea with Graham, sponsored by Rockwood Health System. Kerr will provide remarks, take questions and sign books. (Books for sale at the event). Open to students, staff, faculty and community members. Light refreshments served. Admission is free. Donations accepted for Eastern’s Community Garden. RSVP at ewu.edu/kerrtea. Limited to 250 attendees.
Contact: Elizabeth Baker: email@example.com or 509.359.6015. Persons with special needs may make arrangements for accommodations by calling 5 days prior to the event.