Kids in the Kitchen
In an effort to facilitate positive change in our community and promote family health and nutrition, the Junior League of Nashville has joined more than 225 other Junior Leagues across the country to host Kids in the Kitchen events. The program, implemented by the Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI), was designed to create an impact in our community around the issues of childhood obesity and poor nutrition.
This year, the Junior League of Nashville will host its 8h annual Kids in the Kitchen event! Kids in the Kitchen (KIK) is a free, family-friendly outing for kids, encouraging healthy foods and exercise by providing hands on activities with our volunteers, local chefs and other local health professionals.
For the previous seven years, our volunteers have hosted this health fair-style event for families designed to help combat childhood obesity and poor nutrition. Kids in the Kitchen focuses on creating awareness and educating families to make healthy lifestyle choices. Our volunteers and partners provide cooking and exercise demonstrations, teaching children how to make healthy choices in a fun, engaging way. Each participant receives a goody bag filled with fun items to help them implement what they learn at Kids in the Kitchen.
In 2015, we held two events filled with activities designed to encourage 1st-4th graders in the Nashville community to live a healthier lifestyle. The first was held on Saturday, February 28 at 9 a.m. at Rocketship Nashville Northeast Elementary School, 2526 Dickerson Pike, Nashville, TN 37207, and the second was held Sunday, March 29 from 1-4 p.m. at the Nashville Farmer's Market, 900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd., Nashville, 37208.
To learn more about our 2016 Kids in the Kitchen program, please contact email@example.com