harris library kitchen cart

Woonsocket Harris Public Library Children’s Librarian Christine Goldstein presents a food education program utilizing the library’s mobile kitchen cart.

WOONSOCKET – The Woonsocket Harris Public Library was awarded a $22,000 grant from the Rhode Island Office of Library and Information Services using funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the American Rescue Plan Act to implement the library’s newest programming vehicle: a mobile kitchen on wheels.

The mobile kitchen was recently acquired through the Charlie Cart Project (charliecart.org), a non-profit food education program that is a tool to empower residents of all ages with hands-on cooking and nutrition education. The cart comes with a grade K-5 food education curriculum that is aligned with Common Core Standards.

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