Our events and classes are a great way to get involved as a volunteer or attendee! Click on any of the exciting events and classes below for more information.
We’ll be growing our owner ranks and spreading the word about the Co-op at the 31st annual Hudson Community Fest! Come table with us on Saturday, June 10, from 9-3:30. It’s all about shmoozing with folks and sharing your enthusiasm for an awesome community owned grocery store! To sign up, click here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040E44A4AB2CA31-tabling8
We’ll be tabling at the Acton-Boxborough Farmers Market! Come volunteer behind our table and shmooze with shoppers about the Assabet Village Co-op Market! That’s it! Sign up for one or two shifts. No experience required. You’ll be paired with a seasoned Co-op tabler and talking points are provided. While you’re there, grab some fantastic local food!
TO SIGN UP, CLICK HERE: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040e44a4ab2ca31-tabling16
Tabling is one of the most fun ways to volunteer, and the Wayland Farmers Market is an awesome venue!! You and a fellow volunteer will stand at our table and shmooze with potential new owners about our Co-op. Talking points are provided. It’s that easy!
Sign up for a morning or afternoon shift by clicking here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040e44a4ab2ca31-tabling14
We’ll be participating in Kerem Shalom’s Mizvah Day, a day of celebrating and learning about local organizations that are making a positive social impact! Kerem Shalom is a synagogue in Concord with a long tradition of initiatives and projects focused on tikkun olam – healing the world. We are proud to share the Co-op’s work – supporting local farms, encouraging sustainable growing practices and humane meat farming, shrinking our food’s carbon footprint, and increasing access to healthy foods – with Kerem Shalom’s families.
Join us for our next awesome Co-op Info Session on Thursday, July 13 at 9:30am at Karma Coffee Roasters, 100 Boston Post Road in Sudbury. Learn why more than 700 Metro West families are psyched to open their locally sourced, community owned grocery store. Ask questions and become an Owner on the spot!
While you’re there, please feel free to purchase some DELICIOUS, house-roasted coffee from our gracious hosts (you won’t need any arm twisting). Dave, the shop’s owner, travels the world to track down his gourmet beans, then roasts them in house. And yes, the coffee is THAT GOOD.
RSVP “GOING” to let us know you’ll be there. See you at Karma!