LSSU Library Culinary Series – “Make it personal: Owning your college food experience”

Monday, September 20, 2021 @ 4pm
Library Learning Commons

photo of Bruce Wallis
Sault native Bruce Wallis is a career chef and food service professional. He is currently the Assistant Food Service Director at The Leelanau School and a food columnist for the Traverse City Record Eagle. He doesn’t hate any food but thinks that many are overrated .

Do you find yourself wishing for something a little different?
Something more than the daily routine?
Something to win friends and impress your roommates?
Try making it yourself!

When you learn to prepare your own food using a few common cooking implements and some simple tips and techniques, you take control of a large part of your life.

Whether you want to start eating healthier, are looking for a way to showcase your hosting skills, or just want to add a little spice and pizzazz to your diet, learning to prepare food in the privacy of your room will give you a great start.

We will be learning to prepare fresh and delicious food using cooking equipment you may already have on hand. Using hands-on demonstrations and take-home recipes, you will come away with a new understanding of what it takes to be a great home cook.

This event is free and open to the public.

Creating Hope Through Action – September 10th, 7 PM – LSSU Library QPR Talk & Cycle the Globe

Dr. Kristin Larsen, PhD, LMSW, ACSW, will share information about QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Suicide Prevention Training. Following Dr. Larsen’s presentation, attendees will meet at Pleger Commons for a candlelight vigil in remembrance of lost love ones and for the survivors of suicide. Afterwards we will kick off the Cycle the Globe Campaign to raise awareness for suicide prevention efforts around the world.