How often do you sit down to eat together with friends and colleagues? Probably not often enough! Sharing a meal goes beyond what’s on the plate – it’s where you are, who you’re with, what you discuss and the memories you create.

Well, pull up a chair! Food & Nutrition hosted a monthly virtual dinner party on the fourth Thursday of each month from January 2018 through May 2018. But then something cool happened: We heard your feedback about wanting to do more #FNdinnerparty events on other dates! So, we’re switching it up! Any time you want to host a gathering with friends, family or fellow RDNs, NDTRs or students, share group photos and videos on social media using the hashtag #FNdinnerparty to connect with us and others near and far.

Need help finding #FNdinnerparty friends or events in your area? Check out our list of upcoming events or reach out to your DPGs, MIGs and state affiliate to set one up! Got an event you want to list here? Scroll down and fill out our form!

Upcoming 2019 dates:


March 13

  • Manhattan, KS: Celebrate RDN Day with the Kansas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics at 5:30 p.m. at Little Apple Brewing Crew. Email for more information.


DPG/MIGs, state affiliates and other groups: Submit your #FNdinnerparty events here!


Past #FNdinnerparty Events:

February 22

March 22

April 26

May 24

June 28

July 26

August 23

September 25

October 4

  • Colby, KS: With registration for Western Kansas Dietetic Association’s Annual Fall Meeting, meet up with fellow members at Sleep Inn Conference Room from 6:15 – 7:15 p.m.! RSVP via email.

October 22

  • Washington, D.C.: Calling all KSAND, OkAND, ArAND, MOAND, K-State Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health, and KU Department of Dietetics & Nutrition folks! Reconnect with college classmates, professors and colleagues from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Baby Wale.! RSVP via email.
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Food & Nutrition Magazine publishes articles on food and diet trends, highlights of nutrition research and resources, updates on public health issues and policy initiatives related to nutrition, and explorations of the cultural and social factors that shape Americans’ diets and health.