Hospitality and sharing food together is a cornerstone of Resilience Hub events. Whether you are an omnivore, vegetarian, vegan…your food needs will be met. If you are gluten-free, dairy-free or have other restrictions, we can support your needs as well. When you enroll, you will be asked to let us know where you stand on your food needs!
We always provide tea and coffee throughout class weekends.
We provide locally-produced and/or organic snacks for arrival and breaks throughout class weekends.
For our longer class days (when there is an evening program), we provide a delicious, organic and locally-sourced meal for supper, either prepared by one of our own facilitators or by a locally-owned cook/catering company.
In order to keep the cost of the course affordable, one of our strategies has been to “crowdsource” lunches, inviting students to bring a hearty dish to share with the group, labeling ingredients to support those with dietary restrictions/preferences in making appropriate food choices. This has worked out amazingly well in the past, with a variety of delicious and healthy foods showing up in abundance!
(We realize that potluck food is not as easy for everyone as it is for others; this is a no-pressure situation! If you run out of time or don’t feel confident in your cooking or food prep skills…. a salad, a jug of cider, bread and cheese or even a bowl of hard boiled eggs are always appreciated!).