Don't you want to celebrate the holidays with glowing skin, bright eyes and wearing clothes that feel great when you put them on because they actually fit? Good News. I can help you.
'Clean Start' is part of Living Well with Margaux Drake, a new in-store educational series at D&W Fresh Market, that provides solutions for those looking for a fresh, new approach to a healthy lifestyle.
Hosted by yours truly, Master Raw Food Chef, you will learn about the incredible healing power of plant-based foods and how they can change your life. I will teach and inspire you to take control of your health in ways you never thought imaginable, while making your journey tasty, doable and fun. Join me and feel fabulous in just 28 short days.
Clean Start- A 28 day program to transform your body and your health.
The 'Clean Start' series will be held at two locations: D&W Fresh Market at Knapp's Crossing and the Culinary Classroom at Grandville Family Fare. We meet once a week for 4 weeks, 1 1/2 hours each time. One hour of presentation, 1/2 hour of food demonstration. Each week students will receive class information, recipes and food samples. There will be giveaways too!
Culinary Classroom at Grandville Family Fare
Tuesdays: November 5, 12, 19 and 26 6-7:30pm
D&W Fresh Market at Knapp's Crossing
Thursdays: November 7, 14, 21 and 27* 6-7:30pm *The Week 4 class will meet on Wednesday, November 27 due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
$80 per person for the 4 week series
$75 per person for the 4 week series, with your YES card!
No need to pre-register, pay at the service desk at the first class.
Teenagers are welcome to attend.
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