“Let’s Get Cooking” Series Begins Feb. 15
The departments of Food Services and Nutrition invite the BWH community to attend a six-week cooking series. The program will help support healthy eating at home through cooking demonstrations, recipe tasting and nutrition education. Learn how to create delicious and nutritious meals from experts at the Garden Café. The program takes place at the Garden Café, 75 Francis St., on Thursdays from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., Feb. 15 through March 22. The program cost is $25 for the series. Email bwhnutrition@partners.org to register.

Ash Wednesday Service, Feb. 14
Service and distribution of ashes will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 14, noon-12:30 p.m., in Bornstein Amphitheater. Ashes will also be available throughout the day in the BWH Chapel on Tower 1. Chaplains will be visiting inpatient units to bring ashes to patients on Feb. 14. For more information, call Spiritual Care Services at 617-732-7480.

Nominate a Colleague for the Brigham Way
Every day, BWHers go above and beyond to make the hospital a better place for all who come through our doors. There are hundreds of ways, both big and small, that employees care for our patients, visitors and each other. Tell us about how you or one of your colleagues goes the extra mile and your nomination could be featured on PikeNotes and TV screens across the distributed campus. Email your nominations to TheBrighamWay@partners.org. Learn more about the Brigham Way.

BEI Historical Presentation of the Iron Lung, Feb. 28
The Brigham Education Institute (BEI) will host a presentation on the history of polio and the iron lung on Wednesday, Feb. 28, at noon, in the BEI Knowledge Center on the Lower Pike. The presentation will be led by Jeffrey Drazen, MD, chief of the BWH Division of Medical Communications and editor-in-chief of The New England Journal of Medicine.