Co-ops For Community
Ditch the Diet; Find Food Peace Part 2
February Sampling Saturday
Finding the Love of Your Life
He has been a regular on the Jack Patti show on WVLK-AM and on the ABC36 noon show, MidDay Kentucky, sharing his wisdom across Central Kentucky and around the world through his Dr. James Stillwell Ministries Facebook page.
Dr. Stillwell has taken hundreds of couples through relationship check-ups such as PREPARE-ENRICH and the Gottman Relationship Check-up, and has led several marriage retreats around Kentucky.
He has been a regular writer for several years for the Western Recorder statewide newspaper, and was the first President of Bluegrass Healthy Marriages, a program that received a million dollar grant to help marriages in Central Kentucky. In addition to his counseling training through the Kentuckiana Pastoral Counseling Consortium, Dr. Stillwell has two master’s degrees and a doctorate. His doctoral research project was about helping young adults who are children of divorce.
This will be Dr. Stillwell’s second workshop for the Co-op. Dr. Stillwell is a full time counselor, with office hours in Lexington, Frankfort, and Louisville. Dr. Stillwell has been married to his wife, Vivian, for 38 years, has four children and three grandchildren. Dr. Stillwell currently leads his Divorce Recovery Workshop in Frankfort/Midway.
Organic Gardening- Remembering the Fish
Different People, Different Diets
Ditch the Diet; Find Food Peace Part 3
Shop Your Co-op (on a Budget)
Owner Appreciation Days
Gardening for the Living Landscape
In this class participants will learn about what it takes to create a pollinator and wildlife garden. We will cover topics such as:
-What is a living landscape?
-How to choose plants for your garden and what to look for when purchasing
-How to attract bees, butterflies, and birds
-What are invasive plants and what we can do about them
Students will learn how to plant plants in their gardens that will benefit our pollinators- and to create something interesting humans will enjoy too!ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Katrina Kelly owns a landscape design business, EARTHeim, which specializes in using native plants to create pollinator and wildlife gardens. Katrina also teaches community classes through the OLLI program at UK. Tickets are $10 for general admission, $8 for Co-op owners, and can be purchased in-store at our Hospitality Desk or online at Eventbrite.