Glendale library hosts seminars on dining, gardening, medications

Certified Culinary Educator Larry Canepa teaches residents about fast food from the fifties during a culinary workshop on Wednesday, May 22 at Foothills Branch Library in Glendale. [Jacob Stanek/Independent Newsmedia]

Glendale public libraries hosted seminars on the topics of dining, gardening and medications in May.

Dr. Danielle Thomas spoke to Glendale residents at the Foothills Branch Library, 19055 N. 57th Ave., about the different types of medications during a presentation on “Over-the-Counter Medication: What to Avoid Over the Age of 65.”

Certified Culinary Educator Larry Canepa taught residents at the Foothills Library about fast food from the fifties during a culinary workshop.

Ryan Wood, of Watershed Management Group, spoke at Glendale Main Library, 5959 W. Brown St., about how residents can turn waste into resources and build healthy soils during a “Hydrate your Soils.”

Certified Culinary Educator Larry Canepa teaches residents about fast food from the fifties during a culinary workshop on Wednesday, May 22 at Foothills Branch Library in Glendale. [Jacob Stanek/Independent Newsmedia]
Dr. Danielle Thomas speaks to residents about the different types of medications during a presentation on “Over-the-Counter Medication: What to Avoid Over the Age of 65” on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at Foothills Branch Library in Glendale. [Jacob Stanek/Independent Newsmedia]
Residents listen as Dr. Danielle Thomas speaks about the different types of medications during a presentation on “Over-the-Counter Medication: What to Avoid Over the Age of 65” on Tuesday, May 21 at Foothills Branch Library in Glendale. [Jacob Stanek/Independent Newsmedia]
Ryan Wood, of Watershed Management Group, speaks about how residents can turn waste into resources and build healthy soils during a “Hydrate your Soils” presentation on Wednesday, May 22 at Glendale Main Library in Glendale. [Jacob Stanek/Independent Newsmedia]
Ryan Wood, of Watershed Management Group, speaks about how residents can turn waste into resources and build healthy soils during a “Hydrate your Soils” presentation on Wednesday, May 22 at Glendale Main Library in Glendale. [Jacob Stanek/Independent Newsmedia]



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