Spread the word - NPC is seeking childcare providers!
The Northside Planning Council (NPC) is seeking childcare providers interested in paid opportunities to provide childcare during community events and NPC meetings. These events occur irregularly, and we will contact providers in advance to confirm your availability.
If you're interested in being considered for these opportunities, please contact email@example.com or leave a message at 608-204-7015 with your name, date of birth, phone number and contact information for two childcare references. Certifications such as CPR and first-aid preferred, but not required. Parental permission will be required for providers under the age of 18.
FEED Bakery Training Program will be at tomorrow's Mother's Day Bazaar at FEED! We'll let the pastries speak for themselves.Why yes, those are Nutella filled croissants (and tarts galore!). Happy Friday from the FEED Bakery students!
Visit us at the FEED Mother’s Day Bazaar tomorrow from 10-2! And if you’d like treats like tarts & stuffed croissants, ask us about our special orders. ... See MoreSee Less
What does it take to get food from the farm to the table? While the local food movement is booming in Madison, new documentary “Food Folly” traces the untold story of foods left behind in fields, at grocery stores, restaurants and in the home.
The film feature's Healthy Food For All Dane County's work on the Northside of Madison to recover this food waste and repurpose it into meals for households in need.Healthy Food for All premiere!
In the new documentary, “Food Folly”, Filmmaker and UW-Madison journalism student Amos Mayberry traces the untold story of food left behind in fields, at grocery stores, restaurants and in the home and features Healthy Food For All’s efforts to recover this food waste and repurpose it into meals for households in need.