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Mastering Brain health Dos & Don'ts -Katherine Tallmadge
Georgetown Village presents nutritionist Katherine Tallmadge, MA, RD, discussing what you should be eating to benefit your brain health. Clients regularly ask Katherine whether cerrtain ffood affects the brain and she replies that what you eat profoundly affects your brain memory and mental function. Join us to find out what you should be eating and how.
Katherine will begin speaking promptly at 6:30 so you want to arrive on time for this important lecture.
Refreshments and wine will be served.
|Where||St John's Episcopal Church Georgetown Parish 3240 O St NW, Washington, DC 20007 (Blake Hall-3240 O Street NW DC 20007)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||6:30 pm–8:30 pm|
|Who to bring||Moms, Dads, Everyone, Seniors|
More About St John's Episcopal Church Georgetown Parish
St. John's Episcopal Church in Georgetown is across O Street from the Hyde-Addison school. The church sits on a hill, straddling O Street and Potomac Street, and was founded in 1796. Francis Scott Key and Thomas Jefferson were founders.
Today the parish hosts both spiritual and social events. Church members go on monthly "field trips" to places of interest like the Newseum and the Franciscan Monastery. Additional activities include an annual picnic, a Christmas greens sale and a monthly movie night. The church's sign, emblazoned with the expression "all are welcome," exemplifies the attitude of the parish towards its neighboring community.