Spread the good cheer with holiday gifts that support a good cause. Come to the atrium for a pop-up holiday marketplace benefiting Anthropedia, PALM Health’s nonprofit partner. Vendors will include Lollaway (vintage French-inspired loungewear), POUND Jewelry (stone and crystal jewelry), Lux & Nyx (fashionable bags and purses), AUDRA (designer clothing), Rick Jordan Chocolatier (designer chocolates), LoKey Designs (succulents), and others.
The holidays are in full swing, which means celebrations, gatherings, time with loved ones, and… cold and flu season (womp, womp). With various illnesses going around and more time spent in groups, it’s more important than ever to build up a strong immune system that will carry you through the sick season and remain healthy and thriving.
We’re quickly approaching that time of year when we’re surrounded by food. During the holiday season, nearly every party has a spread of unhealthy, calorie-laden desserts and comfort foods. It can be hard to stick with a healthy meal plan when there are so many heavy dishes, processed snacks, and sweet treats bombarding us from all sides. In this webinar, dietitian Christaney Townsend will discuss the ways you can nourish yourself with healthy foods while still enjoying some of your holiday favorites in moderation without feeling guilty. She will emphasize the importance of meal prepping, making a food plan, indulging wisely, and eating mindfully, among other tips for maintaining your nutrition during the holidays.
Fall is in full swing, which means beautiful weather, warm drinks, and pumpkin everything. It also means that the holiday season is within sight. With those holiday celebrations upon us, everyone is starting to think about delicious food, gatherings, and special treats.
In this festive art class with Maria Ojascastro, participants will explore mono-print and collaging techniques to create unique holiday cards, just in time for the holiday season. Colorful and textured papers will be provided, but participants can feel free to bring any special objects, papers, or fabric they would like to use.
Come to the atrium to shop for holiday gifts from a variety of local St. Louis vendors! A portion of all proceeds will go to the Anthropedia Foundation to support their programs and the work they do in the community. Vendors include SeedGeeks, LoKey Designs, Big Heart Tea Company, Rungolee, and others.