Lawrence, Mass. – For those who are grieving, navigating new rhythms of grocery shopping, preparing meals and dining without a loved one can cause added daily distress.
Recognizing the deep connection between food and mourning, Merrimack Valley Hospice offers “Cooking and Eating for One” classes among its free, virtual support groups offered via the Zoom videoconferencing platform.
The series of three interactive workshops, offered on Mondays from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m., will teach straightforward, healthy recipes using minimal ingredients: Asian Inspired Lo Mein on March 7; Mediterranean Inspired Chicken with Mushrooms on April 4; and Mexican Inspired Veggie Chili on May 2. Participants are invited to register for one, two or all three sessions.
Merrimack Valley Hospice’s support groups for adults, children, spouses/partners and individuals in the LGBTQ+ community who are grieving a death are free of charge and open to the public. To register and learn more, call 978-552-4510 or visit www.MerrimackValleyHospice.org.
About Merrimack Valley Hospice
Merrimack Valley Hospice is a not-for-profit agency providing comfort care and supportive services to patients nearing the end of life and bereavement services to their families and loved ones. Together with Home Health VNA, the agencies provide a full continuum of home health and hospice care in more than 110 communities throughout northeastern Massachusetts, southern New Hampshire and southern Maine as York Hospital Hospice.