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’re throwing a Co-op Potluck at Amory’s Tomb Brewing Co., Maynard’s awesome new farmers taproom. Amory’s Tomb is getting rave reviews and it’s BYOF(ood), so you can take out or order in from any of Maynard’s awesome local restaurants! Order just enough for your crew or enough to share – whatever works!
Come hang on Saturday, March 2, from 7-9pm. You’ll get the latest scoop on our locally sourced, community-owned grocery store, learn about AT’s amazing beers and hang with awesome people!
PLEASE RSVP, we’ll see you at Amory’s Tomb Brewing Co.!
Ever Wanted to Keep Your Own Honey Bees?
Come hear from professional beekeeper Stephen Burney, owner of one of the region’s best apiaries, Hudson Hives. Stephen will teach us the ins and outs of starting our own backyard hives, and he’ll bring delicious honey from his own hives to sample. (No live bees will be present.)
Tickets are just $5 for Co-op Owners, $8 for Non-Owners. SPACE IS LIMITED – RESERVE YOUR TICKET TODAY BY CLICKING HERE: https://squareup.com/store/AssabetVillageCoop/item/intro-to-beekeeping-with-hudson-hives
And if you’re not yet an Owner in our locally sourced, community-owned grocery store, become a member today by clicking here!: http://assabetvillage.coop/
You’ve probably heard about the Assabet Village Co-op Market, an initiative to open a full-service, community-owned grocery store in Maynard. But did you know that Maynard was home to lots of cooperative businesses – including a thriving food co-op, oil company, bank, and more – for more than 70 years?
Come hear historian David Mark as he explores Maynard’s deep cooperative roots, from the first Finnish immigrants in the 1800s to today’s efforts to build a thriving food co-op for the region. Hear about our town’s cooperative past and get inspired for the opening of the Assabet Village Co-op Market!
Think Spring! The Co-op will be tabling at the 9th annual Framingham Earth Day Festival, Saturday, April 27, 11-3 on Framingham Centre Common (between Edgell Road and Vernon Street). Bring the whole family for live music, awesome local food vendors, art from local artists, kids activities, and more! And of course, stop by our table to hear all about our locally sourced, community-owned grocery store. You can become an Owner on the spot!
We’ll see you at Earth Day!