The Parkway District • 1235 Apalachee Parkway • Open Daily 8am - 10pm • 850.942.2557

Seminars & Events

In Store Classes and Organic Wine & Microbrew Tastings

New Leaf Market offers a variety of fun, informative classes.

  • Experienced chefs present hands-on cooking classes using local and organic produce.
  • Local practitioners discuss health issues and trends.
  • Learn how to clean your house without harsh chemicals, sample new organic wines and microbrews, or enjoy chair yoga.

With an ever-changing line-up of seminars we offer something for everyone.

From time to time seminars are canceled by the speaker, please check our website and Facebook page for last minute changes to the seminar schedule. Of course, if you register we will always notify you of cancelations or other changes.

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Wine Tasting

Every Friday from 5:30-7:00 pm

$3 per person, cost of ticket deducted from your purchase of beer or wine.

Sample a variety of red and white wines from around the world poured by our expert specialty staff.


Beer Tasting

Every first and third Saturday ∙ 2:00-3:30 pm

$3 per person, cost of ticket deducted from your purchase of beer or wine.

Enjoy samples of our new arrivals and favorite domestic and imported microbrews.


Tips for Transitioning to a Plant-Based Diet

Thursday, April 16 • 7:45-8:45 pm • FREE!

Whether you’re looking to increase your vegetable intake or make the transition to being a vegetarian, you don’t want to miss Sally Sanders’ tips for adding more plants into your diet. Samples will be provided.

Sally Sanders has a B.S. degree in Agriculture from the University of Florida and M.S. degree in Science Education from Montana State University. In addition to her professional career in education, she enjoys presenting seminars and workshops to raise awareness of the benefits of a plant-based diet. She is an active member of the Tallahassee Vegetarian Community and the Florida Vegan Spirituality Community, and is an advocate for animal rights.


Celebrate Earth Day

Saturday, April 18
Come join the fun and enjoy the celebration of Earth Day!
 
Tie Dye Demo 11:00 am-1 pm
Bring your own shirt.
 
O’Toole’s Herb Farm Plant Sale
11:30 am-3:00 pm
Stop by between 11:30 am-3 pm to purchase a variety of organic herbs and tomato plants from Certified Organic O’Toole’s Herb Farm.

Bulk Up Sale!

Saturday & Sunday, April 18 & 19

Everyone save 10% off all bulk on April 18 & 19! Stock up your pantry with savings on flours, grains, nuts, beans, rice, coffee, dried fruits, herbs and more. Reduced packaging equals increased savings, so bulk up and save!


Sea Vegetables

Tuesday, April 21  • 7:45-8:45 pm • FREE!

Join Jill Welch, whole foods educator, for a class of beneficial information pertaining to eating sea veggies. Jill will explain the various types of sea vegetables and how they can play a significate role in improving your well being.


Inflammation 101

Tuesday, April 28  • 7:45-8:45 pm • FREE!

If you suffer with joint pain, this workshop is for you! Come and learn what foods might be creating inflammation in your body. This workshop also addresses symptoms and signs of inflammation along with ways to improve your health by lowering inflammation in the body.

Denise Simpson, AKA Coach Denise, is a Certified Holistic Health Practitioner through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She received her training at the prestigious Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She is also a Certified Personal Trainer and a Certified Facilitator through Franklin Covey’s Seven Habits of Successful Families. She holds both a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Public Administration degree from Florida State University. Coach Denise is also the radio host for the My Life Healthy Radio show on Wave 94.1.


STOP Waiting for Superman

Thursday, April 30  • 7:45-8:45 pm • FREE!

Learn how to get the most out of public education for your children…and all the children in the system. Understand from the inside/out how schools and school systems make decisions and operate within their structure. Learn the best ways to advocate for your children knowing the timing and approaches that will make you effective at the classroom, school and, district levels. Become knowledgeable of local resources that can help you make a difference.

Roger Pinholster has been an educator in Florida for the past 40 years. During his career he has served as a teacher, counselor, school principal and district administrator. Following this path, he has worked at elementary, middle, and high schools as well as taught courses for universities at the graduate level. He currently serves as a consultant to secondary schools that want to improve their reading and writing programs through the National Literacy Project. His goal has always been to create a school climate and system that fosters every student reaching their highest potential. Get support for defining the flow of your next career. Let Roger help you take steps to a successful mid-life career change. Enjoy this session as you learn more about developing habits of success.

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