We’re throwing a Potluck “Order In” 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! You’ll get
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
We’re opening a locally sourced, community-owned grocery store, and food justice is the core of our mission. Help us increase access to healthy food for all by coming to our next Food Justice Committee Meeting, Tuesday, March 12, 6:30pm in the Cullen Room of the Maynard Library! We’re laying the groundwork for outreach to underserved
Come to our next Co-op Store Development Committee meeting, Thursday, March 14, 7-9pm in the Cullen Room at the Maynard Library! We’ll continue working on our first product and programming survey to ensure our community-owned grocery store reflects it shoppers priorities on Opening Day! To learn more about the Assabet Village Co-op Market (and to
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
Our next Food Justice Committee is coming, and we want YOU there! We’re working hard to build a community-owned grocery store that increases access to healthy food for all. That means connecting with underserved populations to find out what services, products, and in-store programs will best serve folks across the Co-op Community. All are welcome!