Calling all tri-state-area fans of Whole Living and Martha Stewart! If you're near Stamford, Connecticut this Saturday, stop by Fairway Market's brand-new location to meet our team, buy our new book, and get healthy-living tips from our experts.
Martha will be signing copies of our new cookbook, "Power Foods". Plus, we’ll have great giveaways throughout the day! Space is limited, so RSVP today and mark your calendars.
When: Saturday, February 12
Where: Fairway Market
699 Canal St., Stamford, CT
11 AM - 1 PM: Martha will sign copies of "Power Foods," a new book created with the editors of Whole Living magazine. Space is limited; to reserve a space for Martha’s book signing, email Martha@FairwayMarket.com.
1 PM: Meet Editor-In-Chief Alex Postman. An authority on personal wellness and environmental health with more than 20 years of experience in publishing, Alex has helmed Whole Living for the last year and a half.
2 PM: Energy tips from Terri Trespicio. Whole Living’s senior editor, host of "Whole Living" on Sirius XM Radio, and frequent contributor to "The Martha Stewart Show," will help you revitalize your life with strategies for eating better, moving more, and keeping chronic stress at bay. If you believe you’re doing everything right but still don’t feel the way you want to, you don’t want to miss out on this event.
3 PM: Quick cooking techniques from Shira Bocar. Our food editor will show you how to make yummy power foods with some easy techniques and four delicious recipes to try at home. Come taste samples, too!
4 PM: 6 Ways to Revolutionize Your Pantry, with Cynthia Sass. Acclaimed nutritionist, Whole Living adviser and author of the New York Times best selling book "Cinch!," Cynthia will teach you exactly which foods to buy and why. She’ll share her life-saving must-have ingredients, along with deliciously satisfying ways to include them in your diet.
5 PM: Yoga 101 with Sophie Herbert. Yearning to learn how to build more strength and calm in your life? Come meet yogi and contributing editor Sophie Herbert, who can show you how to apply the practice of yoga to your daily life for enhanced focus, relaxation, and joy.
Plus: Shop for a Cause
A portion of all sales made on Saturday at Fairway's Stamford location will benefit The Martha Stewart Center for Living (MSCL). The MSCL serves to promote and facilitate access to health care resources for older adults and to enhance the public perception of aging.
Through the MSCL, patients and their caregivers have access to programs and resources appropriate for their needs and interests. These may include medical care, healthy living activities, educational programs, caregiver support, and community referrals through the most up-to-date technologies and evidence-based information.
Not in the Connecticut area? Get a sneak peak of our Power Foods cookbook here.