Pardee and Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP) will host Farm to Table on Thursday, Sept. 19 from 6 – 7 p.m. at Pardee Signature Care Center, located in the Blue Ridge Mall. This informative event will cover topics including how your choice of food affects your overall health, where to buy farm fresh foods and how co-ops work. Ingles Markets will present a live cooking demonstration and attendees will also learn how to freeze and can food.
Farm to Table is free to the public. Registration is required by calling (828) 692-4600.
The ASAP's mission is to help local farms thrive, link farmers to markets and supporters, and build healthy communities through connections to local food. This mission is achieved through providing support and training to area farmers, connecting farmers to area chefs and foodservice buyers, spearheading local food campaigns, certifying local products grown/raised as Appalachian Grown, organizing Asheville City Market, coordinating the Mountain Tailgate Market Association and through the Growing Minds Farm to School Program.
Want a little exercise before the Rhythm and Brews event this Wednesday? Check out the Pardee Hospital Main Street Mile Run brought to you by Foot RX Running - Asheville! The Pardee Hospital Main Street Mile is a fun noncompetitive race designed for the entire family. The race will begin at 5:15pm with an entry fee of $10 or compete in the entire 4 race series for only $30.
Historic Downtown Hendersonville is excited to announce our plans for a new music series in downtown for the summer of 2013. Scheduled for the 3rd Thursday of May, June, July and August the event is an exciting addition to the variety of music and entertainment that is offered for the community in downtown. A free event, the concert series brings an exciting line-up of bands to the district. The venue for the series is the Azalea Lot in Historic Downtown Hendersonville, which sits adjacent to King Street between 3rd and 4th Avenues in downtown. With shows scheduled for May 16th, June 20th, July 18th and August 15th we hope to have downtown grooving throughout the summer. There will also be a variety of on-site vendors and activities for the whole family.
Register here http://wncracing.com/msmmain.html. Show your race bib for a free wristband at the concert (must be 21 or over).
Pardee will present "A Method to the Madness" on Thursday, May 2, at 6 p.m. at the Pardee Signature Care Center at the Blue Ridge Mall. This race panel of experts will help prepare runners who are training, or those who are interested in training, for the Mad Mountain Mud Run and other upcoming road and adventure races in the area.
Attendees will learn how to prepare their body, select the best footwear and choose the right gear to ensure a successful and fun race experience. The expert race panel of area partners will cover a number of topics including:
"Overcoming Obstacles, Be Prepared" presented by Dr. Nathaniel Jablecki, Pardee Sports Medicine"Proper Footwear" presented by Aaron Saft, Foot Rx"Technical Clothing" presented by Lance Norton, Outdoor Area Manager, Mast General Store Hendersonville"How to Care for Injuries with Prehab" presented by Kym Schifino, Physical Therapist, Pardee Rehab & Wellness Center"A Training Regiment" presented by Rachel Health, Healthy Living Director, YCMA Hendersonville
"A Method to the Madness" is free to the public with limited space available. Attendees can register to attend as a team of four or as an individual runner. The first two teams of four to register will be eligible for a free race entry for the Mad Mountain Mud Run from Pardee. Only teams not already registered for the Mad Mountain Mud Run can win a free entry for their team members. Attendees could also receive prizes from Mad Mountain Mud Run race sponsors. To register for "A Method to the Madness" call 1-866-790-WELL (9355).
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