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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.

Ergonomic Based Chiropractic Procedures

Tuesday, May 26  • 7:45-8:45 pm • FREE!

Join Dr. Robert Callahan for a brief lecture about ergonomic based chiropractic procedures and a review of the science of good posture. Attendees will have their posture evaluated and will learn a series of exercises for proper posture.

Dr. Robert Callahan graduated from the University of North Florida in 2005 with a Bachelor degree in Biology and then from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2009. He was presented with the clinical excellence award for his services in the student run clinic. He is originally from Melbourne Florida and has lived all along the East coast his entire life until recently moving to Tallahassee. His practice interests are broad and include activity related restorations through all age ranges and patient demographics from pregnant women and their newborns to the elderly. Now he treat a vast spectrum of patients and it is his goal to get as many people as possible out of pain and into an active and healthy lifestyle.

Acai Bowls—Ice Cream for Breakfast

Thursday, May 28  • 7:45-8:45 pm • FREE!

Join Kimberly Hattaway to learn how to make healthy and refreshing acai bowls just in time for warmer weather. Made from superfoods such as acai and cacao, these bowls offer a burst of energy for breakfast, while tasting like ice cream sundaes.

Kimberly is an organizer of the Tallahassee Vegetarian Meet Up Group and a longtime lover of plant-based foods.

Don’t Have Time To Eat Healthy?

Thursday, June 4  • 7:45-8:45 pm • FREE!

Ling So will be here to show you ways to eat healthy without spending so much time in the kitchen. This class is limited to 15 people, so register online today. You will also be able to sample Ling’s preparations. Come enjoy the fun and fellowship!

Kids In The Kitchen—Very Berry Artsy Class

Saturday, June 6  • 9:45-10:45 pm • CLASS FULL

Ashley Hopkins, local mom and New Leaf blog writer, will read aloud the beloved summer children's classic "Jamberry." After reading about the delicious berries summer has to offer and how they are good for our bodies and bellies, children will have a chance to taste them and create their own unique berry juice painting! Children 3 to 10 are welcome with guardian present or in the cafe area during the class. Registration is free, but seating is limited so register early online!

Sushi Basics

Tuesday, June 16  • 7:45-8:45 pm

$10 owners, $12 non-owners. Pre-payment required to reserve your seat. Limit 10.

Owner or Non-Owner

Barry Courtney will be teaching the techniques that enable you to make your own sushi at home. This fun and informative class will be one to remember! Enjoy samples and you receive a sushi mat, too! Register early as these classes fill up quickly. Register online or at the customer service desk.

Florida MarketMaker

Thursday, June 18 • 7:45-8:45 pm • FREE!

During this interactive workshop, Florida MarketMaker Coordinator at UF Wendi Bellows will show growers how to develop a profile, conduct searches, do market research, access new markets, and advertise for free.

Florida MarketMaker ( provides growers with a FREE and simple, yet powerful, tool to connect with others across the food production and distribution chain. Florida MarketMaker is the largest and most in-depth food-related mapped database of its kind featuring a diverse community of more than 81,000 Florida food industry businesses. Through MarketMaker, growers can reach more buyers and more efficiently form profitable business alliances. Growers register their businesses and food buyers of all types access the website to find products and services to meet their specific needs. Growers can differentiate their businesses by categorizing their produce and affiliating with specific labels or industry. Once in the system, growers’ profiles are easily discovered by a multitude of different types of buyers, opening the door for new types of business relationships. Growers who sell direct to consumers or retailers can easily advertise their products on the Buy/Sell forum.  Once a product is advertised, everyone in the system receives a notification and the advertisement is Tweeted out to social media users.

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