Dear Co-Op community, thank you for all your input. At February’s First Friday, our team of Antioch University New England students asked you what factors are most important to you when making food purchasing decisions. Through surveys and a ‘voting board’ display, you told us what you value most when it comes to your food. […]
Emerlye Arts New to our gifts section is Emerlye Arts Coloring, greeting cards and adult coloring pages made by Vermont resident Cynthia Emerlye. Her Quotations Card Collection offers warm words and gentle colors to put a smile on anyone’s face, a perfect remedy for these winter months. Her adult coloring pages are books full of […]
Our latest bimonthly theme is Grafting. The newsletter will feature articles that speak to connections and mindfulness with that theme in mind. This week you will find an updated Chalkboard in the seating area of the store. Please check out the information there. We will let you know when the finished newsletter will be available. […]
by Larissa Banwell Cracks in the Wall The Co-op was excited to welcome back Nutty Steph’s founder Jaquelyn Rieke for a talk on relationships in business. The event was held in the seating area downstairs and the casual atmosphere allowed for a fluid discussion of each attendee’s experiences in the business world. Jaquelyn shared […]
by Larissa Banwell Last Friday, the Co-op’s own Charlotte Hultquist stopped by to share her knowledge, experiences, and tasty samples of cultured foods from her own kitchen. The gathering room was full, even with kids sitting on laps, eager to snack and listen. Charlotte brought sourdough starters, water kefir, and yogurt to pass around as […]
Desperate to get out of the house? Come to the Co-op and check out our upcoming events! Jaquelyn Rieke will be returning on January 31st at 6pm for Cracks in the Wall, a talk on relationships in business and her experiences building Nutty Steph’s Granola and Chocolate Company. In February we’ll be having our monthly First […]
by Sharon Mueller, Produce Manager Expect to see major changes in availability of crops from California this year. Not only have farms there been hit with freezing temperatures, but the lack of snow and rain has had a major impact as well. Citrus is the crop most affected by cold weather, with California varieties […]
The staff at the Upper Valley Food Co-op wishes you Jolly Days of Merriment…now and into the New Year! With Gratitude, Your Co-op Co-op Hours: December 24: 9-4pm December 25: Closed December 31: 9-6pm January 1: Closed
Opening Reception for Reduce, Reuse & Amuse Friday, December 20th 4 to 6pm Upstairs in the gathering room Same date and time: Winter Solstice Celebration In store! Delicious snacks from Judi…along with recipes to take home Music from Adam Gordon & Cat Buxton with a few tunes from Chris 5% Discount to all Happy Holidays!
Tonight’s talk from Jaquelyn Rieke has been postponed until Friday, January 3rd at 6pm. Please come out in January for this wonderful event with our favorite Chocolatier from Nutty Steph’s.