Hearth and Hill Restaurant, new to Kimball Junction, has teamed up with EATS and will be donating $1 for every kids meal sold! We are so grateful for their support and to add another fabulous restaurant to town. Read the article in the Park Record, After years in the industry, restauranteur opens Hearth and Hill. […]
To whom it may concern, EATS Park City has had our finger on the pulse of the Park City School District’s (PCSD) nutrition program for the last 6 years. What started as the community raising concerns in 2013, snowballed into EATS’ Hungry for Healthy Campaign in 2016. With EATS leading the charge, at a […]
Shelley from Park City Desserts came to our Ecker Hill cooking class yesterday. Park City Desserts specializes in making non-toxic, healthier desserts. Shelley prepared 3 ingredient strawberry mousse with the students (Ingredients: strawberries, coconut milk, maple syrup) and taught students how to plate desserts fit for the fanciest Park City occasion.
EATS annual FUNdraiser is back. Save the Date and join us on Saturday, April 27th for a night of AMAZING food, specialty cocktails, music and dancing, a silent auction, and fun prizes!
We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Whole Foods Market for their upcoming Community Support Day on: Thursday, January 10th 2019 Whole Foods Market 5% Day Community Giving Program takes place four times per year. This quarter the theme is Food as Medicine and 5% of net sales from our local store will benefit […]
YSA ACTiV8 Supported Cooking ClassesFridays 1:45p – 3p In conjunction with YSA’s program ACTiV8, EATS is providing cooking classes at Ecker Hill and Treasure on Friday’s after school for 6th – 9th graders. Session 1 (Ecker): Spice Up Your Life, Nov 16 , 30 | Dec 7 , 14 Session 2 (Treasure): Fuel Like a […]
EATS is working with CCPC to host cooking demos at CCPC’s food pantry. These cooking demos occur once per month on the third Tuesday of each month, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm. (In December, it’ll be on December 11th due to holiday schedule conflicts). EATS staff will work with community members who use the food […]
Eating lunch in the school cafeteria is something I have done 100’s of times as a student in the 1990’s. At first, as I stepped into the cafeteria at Jeremy Ranch Elementary School, this experience seemed no different. Children racing by to sit near their friends, trading orange slices for cookies, socializing, and fueling for […]
We had all-star campers at this year’s Mountain EATS camp over fall break! For two days, students worked with Park City Mountain chefs to cook a four course harvest meal for their families. Students kneaded dough for fresh dinner rolls, crafted a caesar salad from scratch (including the dressing and croutons), prepared and roasted fresh […]
Why EATS? Perhaps Molly Mae Sims, a current Park City School District student, can tell you best… Please consider a donation to EATS on Nov. 9th. Give Today Your Donations at Work: Cooking Classes, Gardens, and Curriculum, Oh My! While providing nutritious food to students is a fundamental step, the additional impact of showing them […]