Kids Food Festival
- Date: March 6, 2016
- Time: 10:00am to 4:00pm
Venue: Bryant ParkAddress:1065 Avenue of the Americas Suite 2400New York, NY 10018
- Cost: Free
- From: Kids Food Festival
The Kids Food Festival welcomes families with children of all ages, interested in learning about balanced food choices in a fun and engaging environment that empowers children to make these decisions for themselves!
Schedule of Events:
James Beard Foundation Future Foodies Pavilion Ticketed Hands-On Cooking Classes:
10:00 am: Michelin Starred Chef Arman Arnal’s Maman + Papa Poule: Sweet + Savory Crepes
11:00 am: Seamus Mullen, Tertulia NYC +El Colmado: Colorful Vegetable Salad with Lifeway Kefir Vinaigrette
12:00 pm: Danny Boome, Executive Director of Gastronauts Adventures + Emmy-nominated host of Good Food America
1:00 pm: Claus Meyer, Restaurateur, Culinary Entrepreneur, Founder of the New Nordic Cuisine movement, + Co-founder of Noma: Beetroot Tartare + Pearled Barley Salad
2:00 pm: Hands-On Fondue Fun with Emmi Le Gruyere A.O.P.
3:00 pm: Thomas’ Greek Kitchen: Greek Nachos
4:00 pm: Cricket Azima, Founder + Big Cheese of The Creative Kitchen + Kids Food Festival: Kids Food Festival Fresh, Flavorful & Fun Salsa
Featuring adaptations for various physical + developmental abilities
Free Performances on our Kids Food Festival Main Stage:
10:00 am: Bubble Garden + New World Stages Ticket Giveaway, Featuring Passes to Stomp, The Woodsman, +The Gazillion Bubble Show
11:00 am: Baby DJ School
11:30 am: Cheesy Fun with Emmi Le Gruyere A.O.P.
12:00 pm: TADA! Youth Theater
12:30 pm: Food Detectives 101 with Jonathan Saturay of Pure Food Kids Foundation
1:00 pm: Karma Kids Yoga
1:30 pm: Special Premiere Screening of Yummiloo, an Animated ‘Food Adventure’ Show from Blues Clues Creator Traci Paige Johnson + her Colleagues at Yummico
Cedella Marley + Ziggy Marley Children’s Book Reading by Zuri Marley
2:00 pm: The Wafer Games, by Loacker
2:30 pm: Ramblin’ Dan
3:00 pm: Rainbow Quinoa with Taste Buds Kitchen!
3:30 pm: Veggiecation: Learning to Love Vegetables