Having trouble adjusting to Cooking For One?

Having trouble adjusting to Cooking For One?

Sherman, Texas | December 27, 2017

When you’re suddenly cooking for one, you may ask yourself “what is the point?” or find yourself at a loss for small meal ideas. Our Cooking For One workshop, designed for those who have suffered a loss, will give you recipe ideas, tips and tricks to help make cooking for yourself more enjoyable. Whether you are a first time cook or experienced pro, this workshop will bring something new to the table.

The workshop begins on Monday, January 8th and continues each week, January 15th, 22nd, and 29th from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. We will meet at the Home Hospice office at 505 W. Center St.,
Sherman, TX. The workshop is sponsored by Home Hospice and seating is limited for this  interactive workshop. Please register by January 2nd by calling Melinda Kyle at 903-868-9315 or email at [email protected].

“In Cooking for One we are going to have a fun, interactive workshop to learn new ways to cook healthy and delicious meals on a smaller scale,” said Adrian O’Hanlon, top Chef for the workshop. “When someone suffers a loss, they often are not use to cooking smaller or special meals and they get discouraged. Many people think it is just too hard or not worth it when they are only cooking for themselves. Working with each other and sharing ideas, we hope to make cooking fun and healthy.”

Those attending get to participate in planning menus, shopping lists and sharing cooking tips. Plus they will also receive a cookbook of recipes after they attend all sessions. And since the workshop is from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm, they get to help make and eat lunch together! Home Hospice of Cooke County is a local community-based non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide the best care and support to enhance Quality of Life. We value those we serve as they are our neighbors, our friends and our families. For more information please call us at 903-868-9315 or visit our website at www.HomeHospice.org or visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/homehospiceofgrayson.

“URBAN DIALOG: SCIENCE AFTER DARK” DISCUSSES CYBER-SECURITY

Cyber Security“Urban Dialog: Science After Dark” will present a panel of local experts leading a discussion of “Cyber-Security”. The event will take place on August 1,
2017, from 7pm to 8pm, in Kelly Square’s Grayson Hall, 113 S. Travis Street, in downtown Sherman. Admission to the event is free with complimentary snacks and beverages provided courtesy of the Sherman Rotary Club. Shawn Kirby of the Herald-Democrat will moderate the event.

Discussion experts include Sergeant D.M. Hampton, Public Information Officer of the Sherman Police Department, Thomas Carter, Network and Operations Manager, Information Technology Department at Austin College, and Charles Curtis, Executive Director of the Information Technology Department at Austin College.

“We don’t think twice about locking a door to protect our real property,” noted museum directorDan Steelman, “but our possessions go far beyondjust real property. We have digital property as well. The sad fact is we live in a world where cyber-crime is becoming more troublesome than ever before.  Whether you are an individual, a business, or a government, it doesn’t matter – cyber-crime is a threat. We are going to look at the topic and discuss ways we can protect ourselves.”

“Urban Dialog: Science After Dark” is a joint production of The Sherman Museum, Austin College, and the Sherman Rotary Club. The series is scheduled for the first Tuesday of every month from 7pm to 8pm. Discussions are held in Grayson Hall and cover a variety of timely topics from the fields of science and history.

About The Sherman Museum
The Sherman Museum is a non-profit 501(c) (3) educational organization devoted to collecting, preserving and interpreting objects of historical significance for visitors and residents of Grayson County and the Greater North Texas Region. The museum was previously known as The Red River Historical Museum prior to a name change in March 2011. For more information about The Sherman Museum contact us at www.theshermanmuseum.org.

“Urban Dialog: Science After Dark” Discusses Cloning

Science After Dark“Urban Dialog: Science After Dark”, returns on June 6, 2017, from 7pm to 8pm, and will feature a discussion on “Cloning and Bio-Ethics”. The event will be held at Grayson Hall, 113 S. Travis Street, in downtown Sherman’s Kelly Square. The event encourages attendees to discuss their opinions with each other and with subject matter experts in a friendly, social environment. Admission to the event is free with complimentary snacks and beverages provided courtesy of the Sherman Rotary Club. “Urban Dialog: Science After Dark” is a joint production of The Sherman Museum, Austin College, and the Sherman Rotary Club. Speakers will include Dr. Karánn Durland, Professor of Philosophy; Religious Studies Department Chair from Austin College, and Dr. John Richardson, Associate Professor of Biochemistry; Director of the STEM Teaching and Research Leadership Program from Austin College. Shawn Kirby of the Herald-Democrat will moderate the event.

“This topic should be a fascinating one as the science continues to grow and develop,” stated Dan Steelman, Executive Director of The Sherman Museum. Whether the issue is cloning your beloved cat, or beef cattle, or reviving an extinct species, like the mammoth, cloning is here and fraught with ethical dilemmas. This is especially true with human cloning and stem cell research. Steelman added, “Please join us for a friendly chat about an intriguing subject with deep medical and ethical possibilities.”

“Urban Dialog: Science After Dark” is scheduled for the first Tuesday of every month. Discussions are held in Grayson Hall and cover a variety of timely topics from the fields of science and history.

About The Sherman Museum

The Sherman Museum is a non-profit 501(c) (3) educational organization devoted to collecting, preserving and interpreting objects of historical significance for visitors and residents of Grayson County and the Greater North Texas Region. The museum was previously known as The Red River Historical Museum prior to a name change in March 2011.

 

For more information about The Sherman Museum contact us at www.theshermanmuseum.org