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Tuesday Isn’t So Bad – Especially with Tuesdays@2 A fun, interactive Zoom series from CCE Schoharie and Otsego

Written By Editor on 12/29/20 | 12/29/20

Tuesday isn’t so bad—it means you survived Monday! And now every Tuesday this winter it’s even better with Tuesdays@2, a fun, interactive, free Zoom series from CCE Schoharie and Otsego Counties.


Reasons to celebrate are always welcome, celebrations often involve food, and Tuesdays@2 is no exception. Every Tuesday for about an hour, starting on January 5th, 2021, a different holiday will be celebrated using food, recipes and nutrition information that will be useful every day. From National Soup Month to National Something-on-a-Stick Day, and including more well-known holidays like George Washington’s Birthday (did you know that one of his favorite foods was hoecakes?), each meeting will include a food demonstration, recipes appropriate to the topic/holiday, and nutrition information to encourage healthy eating.

Eaters from teens to seniors are sure to find them engaging and useful, and are welcome to attend one, some, or all of them. There is no fee to participate, but you must register to get the Zoom link. Those interested can register or learn more at or can contact Kimberly Ferstler at or (518) 234-4303 x 120.

 Other Nutrition Classes Available from CCE
Not available on Tuesday afternoons, but would like to learn more about healthy eating and how to incorporate it into your everyday life? The Healthy Connections program regularly offers group classes (see the CCE Schoharie & Otsego website for more information) and can also work with individuals on a one-on-one basis (evening and weekend hours available). Contact Kimberly Ferstler for more information ( or (518) 234-4303 x 120).

Income eligible families with children can register for the EFNEP nutrition education program, and will receive a $40 gift certificate to the Shoe Department upon completion of 6 lessons. Contact Michelle Leveski for more information at (518) 234-4303 x 115 or

 All nutrition education programs through CCE Schoharie and Otsego Counties are currently being held remotely using Zoom or other appropriate technology, and will be available again in-person once group meetings are deemed safe.

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