What Are You Doing for Lunch? with Mona Meighan, Ed.D.

Thursday, 14 November 2013 - 7:00pm
Format: 
Lecture
Admission: 
Free
Region: 
KCTS/Seattle
Location: 
Kingsgate Library, Kirkland Click here for Map

What Are You Doing for Lunch?
What's your own personal lunch style? Learn how to save money while eating healthier lunches with Mona Meighan, Ed.D. In this hands-on workshop based on her book What Are You Doing for Lunch, you will prepare a lunch, evaluate its cost and demystify the nutritional analysis. Click here for more information.

About Mona Meighan
Mona Meighan has a doctorate in Education and has taught classes and developed curricula for adults and children for the past 35 years. She became aware that many people, including herself, ignore lunch by skipping it entirely, eating junk food in place of lunch, or spending too much money purchasing lunches from restaurants. When her son suddenly died at the age of 26 from undiagnosed diabetes, resolving the lunch dilemma became her personal focus. Mona wrote her book, What Are You Doing For Lunch, as a guide to help others develop healthier habits for lunchtime and to help answer the question "What Are You Doing for Lunch?" without the guesswork of figuring out where to start. A portion of the proceeds from the book are donated to non-profit organizations in honor of her son to support enlightened awareness of providing healthy, economical lunches. 

Books for purchase and book signing follow Meet the Author events.

This event is part of "A Place at the Table" from King County Library System (KCLS). Explore more KCLS cooking events, inspiration and resources online.