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TODAY'S HOURS: 8 AM - 5 PM

*Last entry is an hour before closing

AgriLife Series: Berry Mocktails

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Join our exciting mocktail class and discover the vibrant world of berry-based concoctions! Dabble in the art of mixology as our instructors guide you through crafting non-alcoholic beverages using a medley of succulent berries. From refreshing raspberry mojitos to luscious blueberry margaritas, this class will leave your taste buds tingling with berrylicious delight!

Wednesday, August 23 (6:00 PM-8:00 PM)

Registration Deadline: Friday, August 18 

$40 /Non-Member or $35 /Member 

Materials: Provided

Instructor: This class is co-facilitated by Brittnay Meyer and Alaina Woolsey of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Services–Tarrant County.  Check out their website: Urban Programs Tarrant County | Teaching, Research, Extension and Service (tamu.edu)

Brittnay Meyer is a Home Horticulture Extension Agent.  She grew up with the passion for growing and a passion for teaching others the joy it brings. Working for Texas A&M AgriLife Extension allows her the opportunity to pass this passion to the residents and youth of Tarrant County. The knowledge of where our food sources come from empowers consumers to make informed decisions and understand challenges faced by our farmers and ranchers. Being able to grow your own fruits and vegetables in your backyard or home can help to lessen the burden of rising food insecurity in our urban communities across Tarrant County.  You can connect with Brittnay at (817) 884-1946.

Alaina Woolsey is a Family and Community Health Extension Agent.  She is a dedicated nutrition professional with a genuine passion for promoting health and wellness through education. She works for the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension service, where she teaches nutrition education and develops impactful programs and policies. A lifelong Tarrant County resident, Alaina brings expertise and passion to empower individuals in making informed choices for a healthier lifestyle. Her community-focused approach, tailored to the unique needs of Tarrant County, creates an impactful learning experience, making a positive impact on the health and well-being of Tarrant County residents. You can connect with Alaina at (817) 884-1294 or Alaina.woolsey@ag.tamu.edu.

Location: BRIT building – Park in the Main Lot.

**An email with program details will be sent to all registrants the day after the registration deadline. To help avoid this important communication being mislabeled as junk mail, please whitelist the fwbg.org domain with your email provider.

Date

Aug 23 2023
Expired!

Time

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

AgriLife Series: Berry Mocktails

Date

Aug 23 2023
Expired!

Time

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Click here to register now!

Join our exciting mocktail class and discover the vibrant world of berry-based concoctions! Dabble in the art of mixology as our instructors guide you through crafting non-alcoholic beverages using a medley of succulent berries. From refreshing raspberry mojitos to luscious blueberry margaritas, this class will leave your taste buds tingling with berrylicious delight!

Wednesday, August 23 (6:00 PM-8:00 PM)

Registration Deadline: Friday, August 18 

$40 /Non-Member or $35 /Member 

Materials: Provided

Instructor: This class is co-facilitated by Brittnay Meyer and Alaina Woolsey of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Services–Tarrant County.  Check out their website: Urban Programs Tarrant County | Teaching, Research, Extension and Service (tamu.edu)

Brittnay Meyer is a Home Horticulture Extension Agent.  She grew up with the passion for growing and a passion for teaching others the joy it brings. Working for Texas A&M AgriLife Extension allows her the opportunity to pass this passion to the residents and youth of Tarrant County. The knowledge of where our food sources come from empowers consumers to make informed decisions and understand challenges faced by our farmers and ranchers. Being able to grow your own fruits and vegetables in your backyard or home can help to lessen the burden of rising food insecurity in our urban communities across Tarrant County.  You can connect with Brittnay at (817) 884-1946.

Alaina Woolsey is a Family and Community Health Extension Agent.  She is a dedicated nutrition professional with a genuine passion for promoting health and wellness through education. She works for the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension service, where she teaches nutrition education and develops impactful programs and policies. A lifelong Tarrant County resident, Alaina brings expertise and passion to empower individuals in making informed choices for a healthier lifestyle. Her community-focused approach, tailored to the unique needs of Tarrant County, creates an impactful learning experience, making a positive impact on the health and well-being of Tarrant County residents. You can connect with Alaina at (817) 884-1294 or Alaina.woolsey@ag.tamu.edu.

Location: BRIT building – Park in the Main Lot.

**An email with program details will be sent to all registrants the day after the registration deadline. To help avoid this important communication being mislabeled as junk mail, please whitelist the fwbg.org domain with your email provider.