Local News Briefs
Jan 01, 2019 04:22PM
Sanctuary Holistic Kitchen to Open Educational Space
Robin Cervantes, founder of Sanctuary Holistic Kitchen (SHK), has announced a funding campaign to open a brick and mortar commercial kitchen and education center for healthy living in Georgetown. The Sanctuary Holistic Kitchen and Education Center will offer free and fee-based classes, workshops and events for children and adults. The iFundWomen campaign seeks to raise $30,000 by February 14 to open the center.
For the last four years, SHK has manufactured kombucha, apothecary, herbal skin care and healing food products to sell out of their pop-up shop at Wolf Ranch Farmers Market, online and to distribute at more than 45 retailers throughout Central Texas.
“We have long had the dream to host a creative space where the community can gather to learn about living a more natural and mindful life,” says Cervantes. “We plan to open the doors of Sanctuary Holistic Kitchen and Education Center giving access to affordable workshops and free lectures in healthy living, hosted by our staff of experts and many of our fellow crafters we have met over the years.”
For more information about Sanctuary Holistic Kitchen, visit SanctuaryHolisticKitchen.com. For more information about the funding campaign, or to donate, email [email protected] or visit iFundWomen.com/projects/Sanctuary-Holistic-Kitchen.
Holistic and Spiritual Life Expo Predictions Panel Correction
The quarterly Holistic and Spiritual Life Expo’s free 2019 Predictions Panel will start at 7 p.m. on January 4, not 6 p.m. as previously reported in Natural Awakenings Austin. The expo continues from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., January 5, and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., January 6.
For more information, visit SpiritualLifeProductions.com.
In December, Eternal Waters Aquamation celebrated its first anniversary providing eco-friendly and compassionate pet cremation in Central Texas. The business opened on December 20, 2017 at their current location in Pflugerville. “The community has been very welcoming of our service,” says owner Karin Sanchez. “People often ask about the eco-friendly process, but they leave as friends because we truly care for them and their pets. We have even had families say, ‘I don’t know you, but I love you.’”
For more information, call 512-369-2913 or visit EternalWatersAquamation.com.