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magnifying-glass-atop-computer-wireless-keyboard-725x483Himmelfarb Library invites you to participate in a survey of the Library’s discovery services. These include Health Information @ Himmelfarb, which provides one stop search and retrieval of full-text content of many of the Library’s electronic resource subscriptions and library catalog records, and the traditional Library Catalog. Survey results will be used to improve these services.
The survey will take approximately five minutes to complete.  Three participants will win a $10 Starbucks Gift Card in a drawing at the end of the survey period (November 5th).  Enter your email at the end of the survey to be eligible.

Himmelfarb Library is pleased to announce our next Healthy Living session, "The Healthy Cook's Pantry." Registration is FREE but space is limited, so register today. Samples will be provided!

The event is sponsored by Healthy Living @ Himmelfarb.

"The Healthy Cook's Pantry"
Wednesday, Oct 14, 4:30-5:30 pm, Himmelfarb 202
Create healthy meals faster and easier by having the right ingredients on hand. Learn what's in the Healthy Cook's pantry, fridge and freezer and the quick, tasty dishes you can make from these basic ingredients. Find out what's in the Healthy Cook's toolbox too!

Presenter Info

sherwoodKate Sherwood is the culinary director and executive chef of the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) in Washington D.C. She writes The Healthy Cook recipe page for CSPI’s newsletter, Nutrition Action Healthletter and is the publication’s culinary editor. With 2 million readers, Nutrition Action is the largest-circulation health and nutrition newsletter in North America. Kate teaches healthy cooking at the Capital Area Food Bank and works with their nutrition and outreach team to create materials to pro­mote healthy eating. Kate was the keynote speaker at the Food Bank’s TedX Manhattan event and a featured speaker for their 2014 Hunger Summit. She’s also been featured in The Washington Post and on Fox News for the volunteer work she does with the food bank. Kate lectures and teaches cooking classes at Rancho La Puerta, voted by Condé Nast’s Traveler readers as the best spa in North America. Trained at the Culinary Institute of America, Kate has been a freelance food stylist at The Food Network, Discovery, “The Today Show,” and Martha Stewart, where she worked with many television chefs, including Bobby Flay, Emeril Lagasse, Rachel Ray, Giada de Laurentis, and Alton Brown.

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