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November 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. Cost: $20 fee for members, $25 non-members, $30 parent/child or sibling […]

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November Events at the Co-op

Upper Valley Food Co-op: Fostering Community Connections as a Trusted Food Resource In-store Events First Friday November 4th, 4 to 6pm Kick off your First Friday with us! Enjoy tunes from musical guest Chris Jacobson. Try samples of warm soups from Joe’s Kitchen and fall fair from our demo queen Judi. Enter to win our free raffle […]

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New Products at the Co-op!

  In an effort to keep you more connected with changes at the Co-op, we picked out a few new items to highlight! Read below to learn more about our latest products! We recently brought in a selection of products from Joe’s Kitchen at Screamin’ Ridge Farm! Try Joe’s Kitchen Chermoulah Sauce and Lemon Pepper Hummus found […]

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Looking for a Sewing Machine?

Have you heard about the Sew-op’s Adopt a Sewing Machine program? We are offering available sewing machines to any individual or family looking to pursue sewing at home! The way our Adopt a Sewing Machine program works is anyone can get a machine as long as they have sewing experience and sign-up to take our Learn Your Machine […]

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Rally in the Valley

Please join us for the Organic Farmers’ Rally in the Valley The organic farmers and eaters of northern New England will be gathering at 12pm onSunday, Oct 30 at Cedar Circle Farm in East Thetford, Vermont to make our voices heard by the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB). Since 2010, the NOSB recommendation prohibiting “organic hydroponic” growing has been […]

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October Cave to Co-op and Farm Focus Cheese

The October Cave to Co-op option is a unique Gouda created by Shadagee farmstead in Craftsbury Vermont. Titled, Vermont Artisan Gouda, this cow’s milk cheese is sweet and creamy in taste. Enjoy this cheese in several different recipes on the Neighboring Food Co-op’s webpage!  This months Farm Focus is Kunik from Nettle Meadow Farm. Kunik is a semi-aged […]

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Pumpkin Patchwork Promo

October Classes at the Sew-op

October Class Offerings: Beginner Patchwork Pumpkin Quilt Saturday, October 8th, 9am-noon In this class, you’ll learn the basics of patchwork and quilting while making either a Harvest Pumpkin or Spooky Pumpkin quilt block that can be finished at home as either a pillow or a mini quilt. You’ll also learn how to embellish your scrappy quilt blocks with […]

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October Events

Upper Valley Food Co-op: Fostering Community Connections as a Trusted Food Resource In-store Events Annual Meeting October 1st, 5 to 9pm Join us for our Annual Meeting Potluck! Hear from the founders and fighters of the Upper Valley Food Co-op. Potluck, door prizes, cake and ice cream. Doors open at 5pm! Last chance to vote at the start of […]

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From the Magic of Feet to The Power in Your Hands

If you missed our last workshop, Magic of Feet, with Frances McManus, you can still get a chance to learn about reflexology in our upcoming workshop The Power is in Your Hands.   Join Frances McManus on Tuesday evenings, October 18th, at 6pm for this workshop to practice healing through your hands. Discover and Experience […]

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Latest Bone Broth Products

Over the past few months the Co-op has brought in a selection of bone broth products in varying forms. We now carry three different bone broth options. A powder near our HBC department, a shelf stable line in our broth section, and some flavored options in our grocery coolers. While the research concerning Bone Broth […]

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