"The Flavor of Wisconsin: An Informal History of Food and
Eating in the Badger State" presented byLiz Hachten, Assistant Dean of the College of Letters and
Do we eat simply for sustenance or is there more to think
about this everyday activity? Food fills
our bellies, brings families and cultures together and is the center of many
traditions which remind us of our shared past.
Food also is a source of power and struggle. The way our food is grown, manufactured and
marketed can be controversial. What do
we need to know about the food choices we make?
Nourish your mind this spring and join us for thoughtful discussions on
All lectures are free and open to the public, and are
held on Mondays at 3 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at Fairhaven Retirement
Community, 435 West Starin Road, Whitewater.
Street parking is adjacent to the building.
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Links to videos of all lectures, including those from prior series, can
be found at www.uww.edu/conteduc/fairhaven.
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