REACH offers a variety of education programs focused on cooking healthy and affordable recipes, geared for a variety of age groups:
Community Kitchens: This is a program for individuals to come together, cook as a group, eat lunch together and take leftovers home. Participants cook large batches of several recipes that are affordable, healthy and simple! This program is open to anyone – please call Irene at (306) 347-3224 to register!
Adult Cooking: These programs are organized in collaboration with other non-profits who would like to integrate basic cooking into their regular activities.
After-School Cooking: This free program is run at a variety of schools in Regina-generally for students in Grade 5-once a week for approximately 5 weeks. The focus of this one hour after-school program is basic, healthy snack preparation.
Pre-K Cooking: This free program for pre-school aged children is run in partnership with local day cares. This program is an introduction to cooking and focuses on encouraging healthy food choices.
Community Kitchen Training: This training opportunity is provided by REACH once or twice a year. For $25, participants can register to learn the basics of setting up and facilitating a community kitchen or cooking program. The cost of registration includes: beverages, snacks, lunch and a resource binder.
REACH is also happy to custom-design an education opportunity based on the needs of your group. Please contact Irene if you are interested in this option.