Short Course in Cooking Seafood Offered by
URI Friends of Oceanography
Narragansett, R.I .-- October 4, 2000 -- Everyone who lives in the Ocean
State should know how to cook and enjoy fish. Friends of Oceanography at
the URI Graduate School of Oceanography certainly think so and, as a result,
are offering a course entitled There's More to Fish Than Fish and Chips.
The course will take place on Wednesday, October 18, from 6-8 p.m.
at the Mosby Center on the URI Bay Campus in Narragansett. Narragansett
resident Pam Rand, a registered dietician and food and nutrition therapist,
will demonstrate how to prepare two quick and nutritious seafood choices.
Participants will enjoy samples of seafood appetizers and main courses while
Rand explains the nutritional value and importance of fish as a protein
Course fee is $25 for Friends of Oceanography members and $35 for nonmembers.
Preregistration is required. For information or registration, call 874-6602.
Established in 1985 to support and promote the activities of the URI
Graduate School of Oceanography, Friends of Oceanography informs and educates
the membership and the general public about the scientific, technological,
and environmental research that takes place at GSO. The organization sponsors
public lectures, open houses, marine-related mini-courses, science cruises
on Narragansett Bay, and an annual auction. The Friends office is located
in the Coastal Institute building on URI's Narragansett Bay Campus. For
information about Friends of Oceanography, call 874-6602.
Visit the URI Graduate School of Oceanography website:
Contact: Lisa Cugini, 874-6642, firstname.lastname@example.org