NOTE: This event has been canceled to help prevent the spread of novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Effective on Friday, March 13, all public bookmobile and outreach services will be suspended to possibly resume sometime after April 1. CCPL will also be suspending all public programs as well as events and gatherings held in booked rooms, effective Monday, March 16 also to resume sometime after April 1. Learn more here

John L. Dart Library - Learn how to make homemade ginger ale and trail mix in the Charlie Cart mobile kitchen with help from Chef Robin Hollis of the Basic Kitchen restaurant. Supplies and space are limited, so participation is first come, first served.

What's a Charlie Cart? Good question! The Charlie Cart is a mobile kitchen classroom that delivers hands-on nutrition education. Lowcountry Food Bank and the Charlie Cart provide the tools and knowledge children need to make healthy choices for life. Cooking is an ideal medium for learning: it is hands-on, engaging and rewarding. Hands-on learning promotes success across disciplines and develops collaboration, critical thinking skills, and subject mastery. 

These programs are made possible through a partnership with the Lowcountry Food Bank through its Nutrition Initiatives. The Lowcountry Food Bank is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that distributes donated food to a network of nearly 300 member agencies throughout 10 coastal counties in South Carolina, including soup kitchens, homeless shelters and emergency food pantries. 

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