Back at the Table: Bringing Families to the Dinner Table

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Adult, Senior
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Struggling to bring everyone to the dinner table? Looking to refresh your dinnertime routine? Nutritionist Andrea Geraldi will offer tips and ideas to simplify the evening meal at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 19 in the Winn Room at the Coronado Public Library.

Geraldi advocates that it isn't what you put on the table, but being at the table that matters, and that it will all come together if you prioritize meal time. Participants will leave this program with a meal plan for the week and the confidence that this plan and a few helpful tips will help ease their weekly mealtime stress

Geraldi has a degree in Dietetics and Nutritional Science from the University of Vermont and a Masters in Public Health with a focus in Maternal and Child Health from the University of Hawai’i. She and her husband have three children and live in Coronado. She’s traveled the world from Teman Negara, Malaysia to the Tatras Mountains in Slovakia. Her travels and life as a mom have taught her that when it comes to family mealtime and healthy eating habits, what works for some families does not work for others. And her science background has proved pointless when the tantrum is about a speck of green in a meatball. She is currently working on a cookbook through Military Special Operations Family Collaborative and The Family Dinner Project. Her business, Back at the Table, helps families unplug, laugh and reconnect at the table, where she and her family are happiest (or so she tells everyone).

Please join Geraldi in learning to Plan as the first of her five-part series, PUNCH. Andrea will equip you with some tools to simplify the meal time and help you get the family Back at the Table. After all, you can't plan life, but you can plan dinner.