Co-op Calendar

Learn about the Healthy Connection classes, events, and meetings happening at the Co-op. Click on the description for more details. To register for a class, follow the link at the bottom of that class’s description.

April 2014
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Introduction to Qigong with Kelly Hong-Williams

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Thu, 04/3

Originating in China thousands of years ago, qigong is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness. Regular practice has been shown to reduce anxiety, depression and chronic pain. This free lesson is offered in preparation for World Tai Chi and Qigong Day on April 26. Pre-registration is required, as space is limited.

Downtown Co-op • register at Co-op • free

Introduction to Qigong with Kelly Hong-Williams

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Bellingham Laughter Club

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Sun, 04/6

Enjoy the vital experience of joyful social laughter. Everyone welcome! For info, call Mary Lou Richardson (360)734-4989

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Embracing Shame is postponed

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Mon, 04/7

This class has been postponed indefinitely

Embracing Shame is postponed

The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

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Mon, 04/7

Join artist/wine expert Ryan Wildstar for in-depth exploration of four renowned wine regions of France: Loire, Rhone, Languedoc and Burgundy. Each session will focus on one region and examine how the “terroir” (the unique combination of soil, climate and environment) shows up in the fine wines, and influences art, literature, music and film from that region. We will sample four wines each evening. Course fee includes wine. You must be 21 or older to attend this course.

Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $119 for all 4 sessions

NOTE: Registration for this class opens on Feb. 19

The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

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Introduction to Qigong with Kelly Hong-Williams

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Tue, 04/8

Originating in China thousands of years ago, qigong is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness. Regular practice has been shown to reduce anxiety, depression and chronic pain. This free lesson is offered in preparation for World Tai Chi and Qigong Day on April 26. Pre-registration is required, as space is limited.

Cordata Co-op • register at Co-op • free

Introduction to Qigong with Kelly Hong-Williams

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Gluten-Free Spring Baking with Jean Layton, ND

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Wed, 04/9

Jean Layton, the Gluten-Free Doctor, demonstrates how to bake gluten-free treats for holiday or everyday enjoyment.   We’ll make sweet cinnamon rolls (including an orange variation), tender crisp nut and currant rugelach, and buttery fruit tarts—each recipe every bit as good as its traditional version. Dr. Jean will also give tips and tricks for freezing and gifting, so you can prepare these goodies ahead of time.

Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $35

 

Board of Directors Meeting

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Wed, 04/9

2nd Wednesday of each month (even months downtown at the Connections Building, odd months at the Cordata store's Roots Room). No meeting in July.

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Mexican Kitchen: Spring Stews and Soups with Ana Jackson

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Thu, 04/10

Ana Jackson presents fresh and festive stews and soups from Mexico including squash blossom soup (plus an appetizer of squash blossom quesadillas), pork stew with chile morita and spring vegetables, and aromatic chicken stew with a chile puya cream sauce.

Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $39

 

Starting a Co-op with Rosalinda Guillen and Deborah Craig

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Thu, 04/10

By creating jobs and meeting the needs of their member-owners, co-ops can serve as a cornerstone of the local economy.  Learn from local cooperators about the varieties of co-operatives, how they got started, and the benefits of cooperating. Rosalinda Guillen is the Executive Director of Community to Community Development. Deborah Craig is the Caregiver Coordinator for the Circle of Life Caregivers Cooperative. Future classes in this series—brought to you by the Co-op Member Affairs Committee--will focus on resources for forming co-ops in Whatcom County.

Downtown Co-op • register at Co-op • free

Starting a Co-op with Rosalinda Guillen and Deborah Craig

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The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

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Mon, 04/14

Join artist/wine expert Ryan Wildstar for in-depth exploration of four renowned wine regions of France: Loire, Rhone, Languedoc and Burgundy. Each session will focus on one region and examine how the “terroir” (the unique combination of soil, climate and environment) shows up in the fine wines, and influences art, literature, music and film from that region. We will sample four wines each evening. Course fee includes wine. You must be 21 or older to attend this course.

Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $119 for all 4 sessions

NOTE: Registration for this class opens on Feb. 19

The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

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Caribbean Kitchen with Sarah Chan

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Tue, 04/15

Sarah Chan offers classic recipes from her native Trinidad. The centerpiece is chicken pelau,  a savory one-pot meal unto itself, including chicken, rice, fresh herbs, peas or beans, veggies and coconut milk . Sweet and sour mango chow, curried shrimp with potatoes, and fried plantains complete the menu.

Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $39

 

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Small Dishes of the World: Tapas with Jesse Otero

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Wed, 04/16

Join Chef Jesse Otero for an exciting culinary journey to Spain as we explore the traditional “little dishes” known as tapas. We’ll enjoy recipes such as chorizo and white bean stew, tortilla de papa with salt cod aioli, and fisherman's mussels, with a few surprise creations as well. A $7 wine option is payable at class.

Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $39

 

Three Steps to Heal Aching Joints with Carolyn Hallett

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Wed, 04/16

Learn how to remove the triggers that cause joint inflammation, and a holistic strategy to reverse the inflammatory process.  If aching joints are bumming you out or slowing you down, come to this practical class to learn how to keep your joints juicy, strong and pain-free without drugs or surgery. Carolyn Hallett is a Certified Classical Homeopath and wellness consultant, and has been in practice since 1999.

Downtown Co-op • register at Co-op • free

Three Steps to Heal Aching Joints with Carolyn Hallett

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Introduction to Self-Hypnosis with Erika Flint

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Thu, 04/17

Learn the five self-hypnosis techniques to support you in your wellness goals in this 90-minute hands-on workshop. Whether you're planning to lose weight, quit smoking, or start exercising, these easy to learn techniques will introduce you to the power of hypnosis and help you realize your objectives faster and easier than you ever thought possible. Erika Flint is a clinical hypnotherapist.

Cordata Co-op • register at Co-op • free event

Introduction to Self-Hypnosis with Erika Flint

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Community Shopping Day to benefit Friends of Island Library

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Sat, 04/19

Representatives in both stores from 1 to 4 pm. Two percent of today's total sales will be donated to the organization.

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The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

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Mon, 04/21

Join artist/wine expert Ryan Wildstar for in-depth exploration of four renowned wine regions of France: Loire, Rhone, Languedoc and Burgundy. Each session will focus on one region and examine how the “terroir” (the unique combination of soil, climate and environment) shows up in the fine wines, and influences art, literature, music and film from that region. We will sample four wines each evening. Course fee includes wine. You must be 21 or older to attend this course.

Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $119 for all 4 sessions

NOTE: Registration for this class opens on Feb. 19

The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

Detoxification and Weight Loss is canceled

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Mon, 04/21

This class is canceled--sorry!

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Wild Spring Greens with Vanessa Cooper

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Tue, 04/22

Vanessa Cooper, coordinator of the Northwest Indian College Traditional Plants program, teaches a class for the beginning forager or for anyone interested in learning more about wild edible spring greens. Learn traditional techniques practiced by Coast Salish harvest and gatherers. In the spirit of the belief that food is medicine, participants will learn the medicinal benefit of traditional food consumption as well as the nutritional value gained. A cooking demonstration will follow the lesson along with samples and recipes

Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $29

NOTE: Registration for this class opens on Feb. 18

Wild Spring Greens with Vanessa Cooper

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Take Control of Your Intestinal Health with Jim Ehmke, CN

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Wed, 04/23

Take control of your own intestinal health. This class will cover all the major organs of the digestive system as well as strategies and holistic therapies for digestive health. We’ll discuss acid reflux, Crohn’s, IBS, colitis, hemorrhoids, colon cancer, ulcers, and much more. Certified Nutritionist Jim Ehmke specializes in identifying the causes of difficult conditions and applying effective therapies.

Cordata Co-op • register at Co-op • $5

Take Control of Your Intestinal Health with Jim Ehmke, CN

Thai Classics with Robert Fong

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Wed, 04/23

More favorite recipes from Thailand! Enjoy shrimp fishcake with slivered long bean and lime leaves, green mint coconut chicken curry, and galangal chili seafood soup. An $8 wine option is payable at class.

Downtown Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $39

 

Thai Classics with Robert Fong

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Non-GMO Corn Preservation with Krista Rome

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Thu, 04/24

Learn about the importance of preserving sources of locally adapted non-GMO seeds, good varieties of grain corn for the Pacific Northwest, and how to be a seed steward. You’ll also get cooking tips, and hear the results of hand pollination trials. Krista Rome is director of the Backyard Beans & Grains Project.

Cordata Co-op • register at Co-op • $5

Non-GMO Corn Preservation with Krista Rome

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The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

Close

Mon, 04/28

Join artist/wine expert Ryan Wildstar for in-depth exploration of four renowned wine regions of France: Loire, Rhone, Languedoc and Burgundy. Each session will focus on one region and examine how the “terroir” (the unique combination of soil, climate and environment) shows up in the fine wines, and influences art, literature, music and film from that region. We will sample four wines each evening. Course fee includes wine. You must be 21 or older to attend this course.

Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $119 for all 4 sessions

NOTE: Registration for this class opens on Feb. 19

The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

Thyroid Health with Mystique Grobe, ND

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Mon, 04/28

As our world grows increasingly toxic, and our bodies become more stressed, problems with the thyroid are nearly epidemic. Dr. Grobe will address how we can counteract  the environmental and emotional influences on the thyroid.  She will also discuss the role of diet, and the thyroid’s relationship to other organs and systems of the body.
Downtown Co-op • register at Co-op • $5

Thyroid Health with Mystique Grobe, ND

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Spring Soups for the Body and Soul with Karina Davidson

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Tue, 04/29

Karina offers soups perfect for the season of renewal. Enjoy a lush and satisfying tomato bisque, French lentil soup, borscht in both pureed and chunky styles, and Indonesian chicken soup--an exotic take on classic chicken noodle soup brimming with sophisticated flavors and moderate spice.

Downtown Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $35

 

Spring Soups for the Body and Soul with Karina Davidson

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Member Affairs Committee Meeting

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Wed, 04/30

Last Wednesday of each month (even months downtown at the Connections Building, odd months at the Cordata store's Roots Room). No meeting in July.

Asian Dinner Party with Mary Ellen Carter and Lisa Samuel, RD

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Wed, 04/30

Explore the vibrant flavors of Southeast Asia with Mary Ellen Carter and Lisa Samuel.  We’ll take you on a journey,  sampling the cuisine of French-influenced Vietnam with fresh spring rolls with shrimp, an aromatic lemongrass soup, hearts of palm salad with delightful tangerine dressing, ending with a sweet coffee dessert. A $7 wine option is payable at class.

Cordata Co-op  • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $39

 

 

Asian Dinner Party with Mary Ellen Carter and Lisa Samuel, RD

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No Diet Weight Loss with Lisa Samuel, RD

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Thu, 05/1

DIET is a four-letter word. Learn to become the healthiest version of yourself without falling for fad diets or nutrition myths. You’ll learn specific strategies for achieving a healthy weight by eating real, whole foods and learning mindful eating techniques. We'll sample some delicious recipes and you'll walk away with a tool kit for achieving your weight loss goals!
Downtown Co-op • register at Co-op • $15

No Diet Weight Loss with Lisa Samuel, RD

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Events in April 2014

  • Thu, 04/3

    Introduction to Qigong with Kelly Hong-Williams

    Originating in China thousands of years ago, qigong is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness. Regular practice has been shown to reduce anxiety, depression and chronic pain. This free lesson is offered in preparation for World Tai Chi and Qigong Day on April 26. Pre-registration is required, as space is limited.

    Downtown Co-op • register at Co-op • free

    Introduction to Qigong with Kelly Hong-Williams

  • Sun, 04/6

    Bellingham Laughter Club

    Enjoy the vital experience of joyful social laughter. Everyone welcome! For info, call Mary Lou Richardson (360)734-4989

  • Mon, 04/7

    Embracing Shame is postponed

    This class has been postponed indefinitely

    Embracing Shame is postponed

    The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

    Join artist/wine expert Ryan Wildstar for in-depth exploration of four renowned wine regions of France: Loire, Rhone, Languedoc and Burgundy. Each session will focus on one region and examine how the “terroir” (the unique combination of soil, climate and environment) shows up in the fine wines, and influences art, literature, music and film from that region. We will sample four wines each evening. Course fee includes wine. You must be 21 or older to attend this course.

    Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $119 for all 4 sessions

    NOTE: Registration for this class opens on Feb. 19

    The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

  • Tue, 04/8

    Introduction to Qigong with Kelly Hong-Williams

    Originating in China thousands of years ago, qigong is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness. Regular practice has been shown to reduce anxiety, depression and chronic pain. This free lesson is offered in preparation for World Tai Chi and Qigong Day on April 26. Pre-registration is required, as space is limited.

    Cordata Co-op • register at Co-op • free

    Introduction to Qigong with Kelly Hong-Williams

  • Wed, 04/9

    Gluten-Free Spring Baking with Jean Layton, ND

    Jean Layton, the Gluten-Free Doctor, demonstrates how to bake gluten-free treats for holiday or everyday enjoyment.   We’ll make sweet cinnamon rolls (including an orange variation), tender crisp nut and currant rugelach, and buttery fruit tarts—each recipe every bit as good as its traditional version. Dr. Jean will also give tips and tricks for freezing and gifting, so you can prepare these goodies ahead of time.

    Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $35

     

    Board of Directors Meeting

    2nd Wednesday of each month (even months downtown at the Connections Building, odd months at the Cordata store's Roots Room). No meeting in July.

  • Thu, 04/10

    Mexican Kitchen: Spring Stews and Soups with Ana Jackson

    Ana Jackson presents fresh and festive stews and soups from Mexico including squash blossom soup (plus an appetizer of squash blossom quesadillas), pork stew with chile morita and spring vegetables, and aromatic chicken stew with a chile puya cream sauce.

    Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $39

     

    Starting a Co-op with Rosalinda Guillen and Deborah Craig

    By creating jobs and meeting the needs of their member-owners, co-ops can serve as a cornerstone of the local economy.  Learn from local cooperators about the varieties of co-operatives, how they got started, and the benefits of cooperating. Rosalinda Guillen is the Executive Director of Community to Community Development. Deborah Craig is the Caregiver Coordinator for the Circle of Life Caregivers Cooperative. Future classes in this series—brought to you by the Co-op Member Affairs Committee--will focus on resources for forming co-ops in Whatcom County.

    Downtown Co-op • register at Co-op • free

    Starting a Co-op with Rosalinda Guillen and Deborah Craig

  • Mon, 04/14

    The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

    Join artist/wine expert Ryan Wildstar for in-depth exploration of four renowned wine regions of France: Loire, Rhone, Languedoc and Burgundy. Each session will focus on one region and examine how the “terroir” (the unique combination of soil, climate and environment) shows up in the fine wines, and influences art, literature, music and film from that region. We will sample four wines each evening. Course fee includes wine. You must be 21 or older to attend this course.

    Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $119 for all 4 sessions

    NOTE: Registration for this class opens on Feb. 19

    The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

  • Tue, 04/15

    Caribbean Kitchen with Sarah Chan

    Sarah Chan offers classic recipes from her native Trinidad. The centerpiece is chicken pelau,  a savory one-pot meal unto itself, including chicken, rice, fresh herbs, peas or beans, veggies and coconut milk . Sweet and sour mango chow, curried shrimp with potatoes, and fried plantains complete the menu.

    Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $39

     

  • Wed, 04/16

    Small Dishes of the World: Tapas with Jesse Otero

    Join Chef Jesse Otero for an exciting culinary journey to Spain as we explore the traditional “little dishes” known as tapas. We’ll enjoy recipes such as chorizo and white bean stew, tortilla de papa with salt cod aioli, and fisherman's mussels, with a few surprise creations as well. A $7 wine option is payable at class.

    Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $39

     

    Three Steps to Heal Aching Joints with Carolyn Hallett

    Learn how to remove the triggers that cause joint inflammation, and a holistic strategy to reverse the inflammatory process.  If aching joints are bumming you out or slowing you down, come to this practical class to learn how to keep your joints juicy, strong and pain-free without drugs or surgery. Carolyn Hallett is a Certified Classical Homeopath and wellness consultant, and has been in practice since 1999.

    Downtown Co-op • register at Co-op • free

    Three Steps to Heal Aching Joints with Carolyn Hallett

  • Thu, 04/17

    Introduction to Self-Hypnosis with Erika Flint

    Learn the five self-hypnosis techniques to support you in your wellness goals in this 90-minute hands-on workshop. Whether you're planning to lose weight, quit smoking, or start exercising, these easy to learn techniques will introduce you to the power of hypnosis and help you realize your objectives faster and easier than you ever thought possible. Erika Flint is a clinical hypnotherapist.

    Cordata Co-op • register at Co-op • free event

    Introduction to Self-Hypnosis with Erika Flint

  • Sat, 04/19

    Community Shopping Day to benefit Friends of Island Library

    Representatives in both stores from 1 to 4 pm. Two percent of today's total sales will be donated to the organization.

  • Mon, 04/21

    The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

    Join artist/wine expert Ryan Wildstar for in-depth exploration of four renowned wine regions of France: Loire, Rhone, Languedoc and Burgundy. Each session will focus on one region and examine how the “terroir” (the unique combination of soil, climate and environment) shows up in the fine wines, and influences art, literature, music and film from that region. We will sample four wines each evening. Course fee includes wine. You must be 21 or older to attend this course.

    Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $119 for all 4 sessions

    NOTE: Registration for this class opens on Feb. 19

    The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

    Detoxification and Weight Loss is canceled

    This class is canceled--sorry!

  • Tue, 04/22

    Wild Spring Greens with Vanessa Cooper

    Vanessa Cooper, coordinator of the Northwest Indian College Traditional Plants program, teaches a class for the beginning forager or for anyone interested in learning more about wild edible spring greens. Learn traditional techniques practiced by Coast Salish harvest and gatherers. In the spirit of the belief that food is medicine, participants will learn the medicinal benefit of traditional food consumption as well as the nutritional value gained. A cooking demonstration will follow the lesson along with samples and recipes

    Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $29

    NOTE: Registration for this class opens on Feb. 18

    Wild Spring Greens with Vanessa Cooper

  • Wed, 04/23

    Take Control of Your Intestinal Health with Jim Ehmke, CN

    Take control of your own intestinal health. This class will cover all the major organs of the digestive system as well as strategies and holistic therapies for digestive health. We’ll discuss acid reflux, Crohn’s, IBS, colitis, hemorrhoids, colon cancer, ulcers, and much more. Certified Nutritionist Jim Ehmke specializes in identifying the causes of difficult conditions and applying effective therapies.

    Cordata Co-op • register at Co-op • $5

    Take Control of Your Intestinal Health with Jim Ehmke, CN

    Thai Classics with Robert Fong

    More favorite recipes from Thailand! Enjoy shrimp fishcake with slivered long bean and lime leaves, green mint coconut chicken curry, and galangal chili seafood soup. An $8 wine option is payable at class.

    Downtown Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $39

     

    Thai Classics with Robert Fong

  • Thu, 04/24

    Non-GMO Corn Preservation with Krista Rome

    Learn about the importance of preserving sources of locally adapted non-GMO seeds, good varieties of grain corn for the Pacific Northwest, and how to be a seed steward. You’ll also get cooking tips, and hear the results of hand pollination trials. Krista Rome is director of the Backyard Beans & Grains Project.

    Cordata Co-op • register at Co-op • $5

    Non-GMO Corn Preservation with Krista Rome

  • Mon, 04/28

    The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

    Join artist/wine expert Ryan Wildstar for in-depth exploration of four renowned wine regions of France: Loire, Rhone, Languedoc and Burgundy. Each session will focus on one region and examine how the “terroir” (the unique combination of soil, climate and environment) shows up in the fine wines, and influences art, literature, music and film from that region. We will sample four wines each evening. Course fee includes wine. You must be 21 or older to attend this course.

    Cordata Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $119 for all 4 sessions

    NOTE: Registration for this class opens on Feb. 19

    The Art of Wine: A Tour of France with Ryan Wildstar

    Thyroid Health with Mystique Grobe, ND

    As our world grows increasingly toxic, and our bodies become more stressed, problems with the thyroid are nearly epidemic. Dr. Grobe will address how we can counteract  the environmental and emotional influences on the thyroid.  She will also discuss the role of diet, and the thyroid’s relationship to other organs and systems of the body.
    Downtown Co-op • register at Co-op • $5

    Thyroid Health with Mystique Grobe, ND

  • Tue, 04/29

    Spring Soups for the Body and Soul with Karina Davidson

    Karina offers soups perfect for the season of renewal. Enjoy a lush and satisfying tomato bisque, French lentil soup, borscht in both pureed and chunky styles, and Indonesian chicken soup--an exotic take on classic chicken noodle soup brimming with sophisticated flavors and moderate spice.

    Downtown Co-op • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $35

     

    Spring Soups for the Body and Soul with Karina Davidson

  • Wed, 04/30

    Member Affairs Committee Meeting

    Last Wednesday of each month (even months downtown at the Connections Building, odd months at the Cordata store's Roots Room). No meeting in July.

    Asian Dinner Party with Mary Ellen Carter and Lisa Samuel, RD

    Explore the vibrant flavors of Southeast Asia with Mary Ellen Carter and Lisa Samuel.  We’ll take you on a journey,  sampling the cuisine of French-influenced Vietnam with fresh spring rolls with shrimp, an aromatic lemongrass soup, hearts of palm salad with delightful tangerine dressing, ending with a sweet coffee dessert. A $7 wine option is payable at class.

    Cordata Co-op  • register at WCC (383-3200 or follow the link below to the WCC website) • $39

     

     

    Asian Dinner Party with Mary Ellen Carter and Lisa Samuel, RD

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