Last chance to join us for McDonald’s Mom’s Kitchen Day Out!

In case you missed our Facebook post and tweet, LiveMom is partnering with McDonald’s for a Mom’s Kitchen Day Out series.

Our first event is next week, and we have opened up a few slots for non-bloggers (one slot still available for bloggers for June 28th and a few are left for our July 20th event). Kids are welcomed. Hope you can join us!

Who could resist a few hours while kids are happily playing while we sit in the air conditioning and eat?!

Contact Nicole at nicole@livemom.com to reserve your spot and for more information.

The goal of these events is to educate Austin moms on the McDonald’s experience—how the food is made, the restaurant’s shift to add more wholesome food to the menu to address nutrition and health—via attending bloggers and moms who are encouraged to write about their experience of the tour and help spread the word to other moms.

Dates:         June 28th (Avery Ranch) & July 20th (near intersection of 35/290)

Time:         10:30am until noon

 

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A native Austinite and soccer-playing mom, Nicole uses her 10-year-old son as an excuse to rediscover her hometown through his eyes. In Thoreau's words, her mission is to "suck out all the marrow of life", or in her son's words, to cultivate in him a love of "advenchers".

3 Comments on Last chance to join us for McDonald’s Mom’s Kitchen Day Out!

  1. I’m somewhat interested since we do eat McDonald’s a few times a year as a treat, but I’m HIGHLY skeptical of any healthy food claims. Will that make me unwanted? What if I see what they deem to be “healthy” and I want to blog that I don’t think it’s healthy at all? Will they be angry? Because the threshhold to impress me on health is fairly high. Again, we aren’t anti-McDonalds because we see it as a rare treat, but I’m dubious about health claims.

    Then again, if they can impress me with healthy foods, that’d be something worth shouting out from the rooftops.

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