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August Cave to Co-op and Farm Focus

Cave to Co-op and Farm Focus are both monthly highlights of local or regional cheese makers. Every month we participate in a specialty program to offer a variety of cheeses on sale to help shed more light on our wonderful selection of cheese artisans. East Meadow Artisan Cheddar Cheese Buttery Cream, Slightly Sweet Yellow, Green, […]

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August Events at the Co-op

Upcoming Events: Total Eclipse (partial in Upper Valley) Monday, August 21st, all-day  Step outside to today with some special solar glasses to participate in viewing a rare solar occurrence. Unfortunately we fall outside the total eclipse path but you can still have a chance to experience a partial eclipse. Check out NASA’s website, to find the ideal time […]

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Everyday Bicycling with Vital Communities

With warm weather comes opportunities for creative transportation. A great way to move away from fossil fuels could involve a bit more muscle and bicycling can be a more efficient mode of transportation especially when covering long distances. Of the many perks that go along with biking one is the potential relaxation benefits through physical activity, […]

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New Registration Process at the Co-op

Looking to register or RSVP for an event at the Co-op? We recently launched our online calendar complete with online registration and payment. This new method will streamline our enrollment process allowing you to sign-up in no time! Here are some important details to know about online registration at the Co-op: You gain access to all […]

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Keep Your Feet Feeling Good This Summer!

Find your summer shoe from Feelgoodz line of rubber flipflops, or vegan leather and rubber soled sandals. Made from ‘5L’ rubber, the best quality rubber from cooperative farmers in Thailand. Feelgoodz also practices fair wage with all of their global resource partners by purchasing directly from the producers. Check out our gift area to see our selection of men’s […]

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New Grab-and-Go Options

Food on the Go Sometimes planning and packing meals for work can be hassle. Often times we get into a rut of eating the same meals for convenience. Try some of the food options below to switch up your meal routine.  Try two new snack options like Beanfields White Bean with Sea Salt chips. A tortilla like […]

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May Classes at the Sew-op

Sew-op: To serve as an educational hub for community members of all ages to learn fiber crafts, donate and repurpose gently used materials, and empower people through skill building. Registration is required for all classes. Sew-op Open Hours is the only exclusion to registration. Copy Your Clothes w/ Jenn-Lynn Saturday, May 6th, from 10am-noon Create a pattern from […]

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