New Food Discussion Series at Palmyra




The Real Food Emporium will be hosting a new discussion program focusing on the topics related to food, wellness, diets, cooking, health myths, and more from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month, beginning on March 21.

Nancy Mesaros, of Flex Health and Wellness, and owner Tom Maurer will lead the first session and focus on questions from the audience. Future sessions will be helpful to those just beginning their journey into the world of food and wellness or looking to expand their knowledge. They are designed to encourage attendee participation and be flexible and fun.

Maurer says, “Food is the starting point for your health. Don’t let other people decide what you put in your mouth.”

Admission is free, donations accepted; limited to 20 people. Location: 707 E. Broad St., Palmyra. To register, call 717-383-0028. For more information, visit PalmyraRealFoodEmporium.com.

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