Food for Thought, is a fun, interactive afternoon workshop open to youth (8th grade and up), adults, and elders that live or work in Lynn. Food for Thought is led by our most experienced youth facilitators. The half-day session will answer the question "What is a food system?", discuss food justice and healthy eating, and include a delicious, freshly prepared lunch.
We hope you will join us on one of the following Saturdays for a Food for Thought session: December 17th, January 14th, OR February 4th, 12:30-3:30 PM. Our winter sessions will be held at the Lynn YMCA at 20 Neptune Blvd in Lynn. Just fill out this form to register, and feel free to forward to friends and family who are interested in learning and talking about the food they eat.
We believe Lynn residents--both youth and adults--should be making decisions about the food system here. If you are interested in learning more after Food for Thought, you can join us for further workshops and apply to be a part of the Food for All advisory board. This group will develop ideas and recommendations for the food system in Lynn, and help guide the resources and energy of The Food Project and other city stakeholders. Food for All will be a way for Lynn residents' voices to be heard in creating a more just, equitable, and healthy food system in the City.