Join Andy Broader for an evening of hands on cooking the low-protein way!
You will take away useful cooking and nutritional tips, as well as a variety of easy and delicious recipes for all members of your family to enjoy. At the end of the event, enjoy food prepared that night!
speak about “PKU Nutrition and You!”
low protein meal provided
Where: University of Arizona Cooperative Extension
The Garden Kitchen
2205 S. 4th Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85713
There is no cost for this event.
Space is limited! To reserve your space visit www.pkuevent.com/tuc
or call 855-PKU-CALL (855-758-2255)
August 29, 2014- A Night Out with the Family ANPAD Board member Danille Mesa is hosting a informal dinner of new Tuscon parents. Get to meet other families, talk with ANPAD members about PKU and Allied Disorders. Learn where to find information, tips on what other parents are doing and get updated on what the ANPAD group is planning next.
September 20, 2014 – Cooking Workshop at Andy Foods ( Phoenix ). Hands on cooking workshop. Learn to make great low phe meals at home. More details to come.
May is PKU Awareness Month.
May 17, 2014 …. Science Center Event. Join us for this exciting event event for individuals with PKU and their families at the Arizona Science Museum. Visit with other PKU families and tour the museum and have lunch. What a great way to celebrate PKU Awareness Month!
To reserve youwww.pkuevent.com/phor space, visit www.pkuevent.com/pho or call 855-PKU-CALL (855-758-2255). This event is sponsored by Biomarin Inc and ANPAD.
MSUD has partnered again with Arizona Network for PKU and Allied Disorders to put on an even better event and extend the benefit of the tournament to many more children. Register for dinner, golf, spa day, buy raffle tickets or learn about sponsoring this event.
Holiday Skating Party
The Annual Metabolic Holiday Party took place on Saturday, December 14, 2013 at the Family Life Center Skate Rink. Around 120 people were in attendance; including patients, siblings, caregivers to those with metabolic disorders, metabolic hospital staff, ANPAD volunteers, and sponsors. Families got to interact while skating, visiting Santa, and eating low protein snacks. Families brought low protein recipes and their favorite low protein snack to share. Raffle prizes, including tools to help manage the diet, were given away. The party was great for family networking, dietary support, fundraising, and moral boosting.