Eating Smart and Being Active class – Access Community Health Clinic, Park St., Madison, WI

Event Information


May 7th - July 2nd, 2018


3:00pm - 4:30pm


FREE to parents & caregivers of children


Lytonia Floyd


(608) 224-3645 or (608) 224-3714


Interested in FREE nutrition education? Want to improve the health of yourself and your family? 

Join Eating Smart and Being Active! The course is FREE, available to pregnant moms, parent and caregivers of young children.

What can Eating Smart and Being Active offer my family and I?

    • Understand how to make healthy options for you and your child(ren).
    • Learn and engage through physical activity
    • Develop healthy lifestyle choices
    • Practice and develop important cooking skills
    • Feel confident with food safety
    • Advance your skills in food resources management
    • Taste new & nutritious recipes each week
    • and more!
    • The University of Wisconsin Extension’s FoodWIse programming offers an evidence based nutrition class, Eating Smart and Being Active. The content of the curriculum is based on the latest research findings from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and MyPlate.

Event Location

When: Every Monday, May 7 – July 2, 2018

Location: Access Community Health Clinic*, 2202 S Park Street, Madison, WI

*on May 21 and June 18  classes will take place at Goodman Library at 2222 S Park St, Madison, WI


For other Dane County locations and other ESBA class dates contact:

  • Jackie Gehin (608) 224-3714 (English)
  • Aracely Portillo (608) 224-3749 (Español/Spanish)