INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Kids and parents at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis walked away with more knowledge than they were planning Sunday morning, especially when it comes to food.
Every floor had interactive demonstrations and opportunities to taste healthy and delicious food.
The American Culinary Federation’s Chapter of Chefs put on the event to celebrate Childhood Nutrition Day this past week.
24-Hour News 8 talked to some families who were pleasantly surprised about the healthy eating and learning opportunities.
“We came in to do the haunted house and do a little bit of playing but it’s kind of nice to have healthy alternatives shown because sometimes we don’t know,” said museum visitor Troy Buckley.
Since 1995 Childhood Nutrition Day has been raising awareness of childhood hunger and the need for proper nutrition education.
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