Join us at the Driftless Market on Tuesday evening, Oct. 22nd starting at 5:30 for workshop and time for discussion.
Making your own baby food using fresh, local, and organic ingredients is an easy and wonderful way to begin a lifetime of healthy, adventurous eating, and a great way save money. Using modern cloth diapers is surprisingly simple, extremely budget-friendly, and may actually reduce the number of loads of laundry you do each week. Join local mom, Allison Carroll, for insights, tips, and tricks on these two planet-friendly parenting options.
Allison is a full-time working mother of two daughters ages 3 and 1½ . She has made her own baby food from the start, and estimates she’s saved $1,500 by cloth diapering her youngest. Her proudest moment as a parent came when she uttered the words “no more kale until you eat some macaroni and cheese.”
Please register by calling the Driftless Market at 608-348-2696, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or registering at the front counter. Fee for workshop is $5.00 and the proceeds will be going to Family Connections.