Events this Month at Oryana
Harvest Picnic for Peace
Wed. September 21, 11:30 - 2:30
What: a special meal to celebrate International Day of Peace
Where: the cafe patio
What's for lunch: Sloppy Joes made with local, organic beef, coleslaw, Fall fruit crisp, potato chips
Spa Day in the Wellness Department
Sunday, September 24, 10 - 4
Join us for a relaxing day of facials, mini-massages, local and national vendor demos, food, music, prizes, and discounts! MyChelle Dermaceuticals will be with us all day via Skype for consultations and general info. For the full schedule of events click HERE. We recommend signing up for facials and massages ahead of time at the Wellness Dept. counter.
Native American Day
Sunday, September 25, 2-4
In celebration of our continent's first people, we will host an exhibition of Native American dancing and drumming. Also on hand will be artisans demonstrating native crafts and a sampling of Three Sisters Soup and fry bread.
Health Tours This Month
Join registered dietician Melissa Tolan-Halleck for informative shopping tours for your health condition. Classes are free. Sign up at Customer Service.
Tuesday, Sept. 12, 12 - 1 pm
Tuesday, Sept. 21, 9 - 10 am
Tuesday, Sept. 28, 6 - 7 pm
Cooking Classes at Oryana!
We have a new line up of Fall cooking classes to get you back in the kitchen after a steamy summer. With an eclectic selection, from Oktoberfest to A Taste of Japan to Gluten-free for the Holidays, you're sure to find something to suit your taste. For the complete list of classes and dates, click HERE. Sign up soon as classes tend to fill quickly.
Just For Kids
(And kids at heart too!)
The Second Annual
Zucchini Car Race!
Wed. September 21, 3 - 5 pm
Design your very own aerodynamic zucchini car and compete with other racers on our specially designed race track! Not to be missed!
Quote of the Week
The USDA is not our ally here. We have to take matters into our own hands, not only by advocating for a better diet for everyone - and that's the hard part - but by improving our own. And that happens to be quite easy. Less meat, less junk, more plants.