The Phoebe Needles Center will host “Foods in the Bible” on Oct. 8 at 10 a.m. in McCauley Hall.

The program, featuring an explanation of the significance of foods in the Bible such as fruits, vegetables, meats and various herbs and spices, will be led by Dr. Ben Huddle, professor of chemistry at Roanoke College. Additionally, the program will include demonstrations and samples.

To reserve a spot for the event, call 483-1518 by Friday, Oct. 4. The cost is $18 ($10 for CLL members) and includes the program and lunch. The fee is non-refundable after the reservation deadline.

For more information, visit www.phoebeneedles.org.

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