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Eat Well Watertown Program List

A full list of Eat Well Programs can be found below. Recipes from all of our programs can be found on the Eat Well Recipe Page.

2020:

  • 3rd Annual Soup Fest at the Watertown Free Public Library
  • Watertown Farmers’ Market Culinary Corner (weekly recipe write-ups in the WFM newsletter)
  • Virtual Fall Harvest Fest via Zoom

2019:

  • 2nd Annual Soup Fest at the Watertown Free Public Library
  • Dress Your Salad for Success at the Watertown Free Public Library
  • Eat Well Tastings at the Watertown Farmers’ Market
  • Fall Harvest Fest at the Watertown Free Public Library

2018:

  • 1st Annual Soup Fest at the Watertown Free Public Library
  • Southwestern Veggie Grain Bowls at the Watertown Boys and Girls Club
  • Eat Well Tastings at the Watertown Farmers’ Market
  • Southwestern Veggie Grain Bowls at the Watertown Senior Center
  • Eating for Successful Living (AARP Foundation Grant)
  • Healthy Edible Gifts at the Watertown Senior Center

2017:

  • Eat Well Demo and Tastings at the Watertown Farmers’ Market
  • Healthy Low Carb Cuisine featuring Cauliflower Rice

2016:

  • Italian Cuisine - Multicultural Healthy Eating & Cooking Series
  • Armenian Cuisine - Multicultural Healthy Eating & Cooking Series
  • East End, Coolidge Square Tour: History, Culture, and Cuisine
  • Indian Cuisine - Multicultural Healthy Eating & Cooking Series
  • Portuguese Cuisine - Multicultural Healthy Eating & Cooking Series

2015:

  • Healthy Eating & Cooking Series kickoff at the Watertown Farmers’ Market
  • Back to School Healthy Eating Bonanza at the Arsenal Project
  • Healthy Eating & Cooking Series at the Watertown Free Public Library
  • Healthy Eating & Cooking Series at 100 Warren St. (co-sponsored by Whole Foods)
  • Healthy Edible Gifts at the Coolidge School Apartments (Part of Healthy Living Program Series 55+ in partnership with Watertown Recreation)


Thank you to Marshall Home Fund, Watertown Community Foundation, Watertown Free Public Library, Stop and Shop of Pleasant Street, and Watertown Community Gardens for your support of Eat Well Watertown.