What's Going On: Civil War program in Canton, chalkboard planter in Massena, root cellar nourishment class in Canton
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 6:06 am


Root cellar nourishment

CANTON: Root cellar nourishment class, 3 p.m., Flying Lotus Yoga Center & Juice Bar; Why juice? What do beets have that I need? Why should I eat kale? What's the difference between locally-grown fruits and fruit from across the country? Organic vs. conventional? If you have ever asked these questions or questions like these this event is for you; local foodie, functional medicine RN, Paula Youmell will answer questions about food, nutrition, and healing our bodies with food; sample a variety of juices, from simple celery juice to the recipes from menu board; $20 per person; root cellar juice bar will be open for purchases during and after the event; limit of 15 people for this event; RSVP and drop off your payment at the juice bar at 81 Main St.

Chalkboard planter

MASSENA: Create a chalkboard succulent trug with Rachael Hurlbut of Verville’s Flowers; 1-3 p.m.; call to pre-register as space is limited to 12 people: 315-705-5022; Nicandri Nature Center19 Robinson Bay Rd.

Civil War program

CANTON: “Dixie” Dave Ellis will facilitate the next North Country Civil War Round Table, which will be in a "Show & Tell” format, 2 p.m., St. Lawrence County Historical Association (SLCHA), 3 E. Main St.; all community members are welcome to bring any Civil War-related items to share, tell the group stories, and have an opportunity to ask questions of those well-versed on the topic; free and open to the public; refreshments served.