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Cookbooks and Crockpots at Mary Wilcox Library

posted Nov 13, 2013, 9:43 AM by Josie Maroney
WHITNEY POINT - Come to Whitney Point's Mary Wilcox Memorial Library to learn about nutritious family meals that can be made in a crock-pot and get a brand new crock-pot to take home.

Tuesday, Nov. 19, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Dr. Michael Baxter will present a short program about the role good nutrition plays in raising healthy, happy children. Crock-pot cooking is a quick and easy way to use low-cost ingredients to prepare hearty family meals. Participants will have an opportunity to sample some crock-pot recipes and review cookbooks available for loan from the library. The first 20 people to attend will receive a brand new six-quart crock-pot to take home.

This program is free, but space is limited and registration is required. Sign up by calling the library at 692-3159. Children who accompany a parent will have an opportunity to explore the books in the library's children's collection, supervised by an intern from Project Share. A library card can be issued to anyone needing one.

Don't miss this free opportunity to taste, to learn, and to get your own crock-pot at the Mary Wilcox Library.

The Cookbooks and Crock-pots at the Library program is made possible by a grant from the Broome Library Foundation Fund of the Community Foundation for South Central New York.

Source: Whitney Point Reporter, November 7, 2013. Vol. 159 - No. 28.
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