Events

Friday, November 24, 2017 - 7:00am to Sunday, November 26, 2017 - 7:00pm
Hampden Park Co-op

We reopen bright & early at 7 AM on "Plaid Friday"–

to kick off the winter holiday season. And we remind consumers to consider shopping local & independent at both Hampden Park Co-op & our neighboring businesses all season long!

Friday, November 10, 2017 - 3:00pm to Friday, December 29, 2017 - 9:00pm
Hampden Park Co-op

Every Friday the HPC kitchen turns out fresh take-n-bake pizzas…

to make your weekend easier! Priced right at $7.99, available Fridays after 3:00. We make a classic tomato sauce & mozzarella cheese pie with three topping options and, of course, we have a store FULL of additional topping ideas…

Past Events

We will be closed Thursday 11/23.

On Thanksgiving, we at Hampden Park Co-op are grateful for our members, our customers, our neighbors, our community. Whether it be shopping for food or gifts, we look forward to seeing you around as the holiday season unfolds!

By Sunday 11/19, sign up…

to let us help you take something off of your Thanksgiving To-Do List! We'll be baking classic pumpkin pies, reserving them for folks who sign up in advance. Four words: Hand. Rolled. Butter. Crust. Once they're gone they're gone, and at $8.99 each for a homemade pie – that won’t take long!

By Sunday 11/19, sign up to pre-order a MN-grown, free-range, fresh whole bird…

raised in the cool clean north. Sizes range from 8 to 22 lbs. (Sign-up sheets are just inside the store past the foyer, on the side of the water dispenser.) Plus we also have local, free-range, frozen whole turkeys & turkey breasts – available while they last.

Taking Stock Broth

Stop by Thursday 11/9 @ 11:00–1:30 to sample Taking Stock's amazing broths – keeping the ingredients simple & clean for both healthy drinking AND flavorful cooking. As local as you can get, their kitchen is just a few miles from HPC – plus the broth is sale priced during November!

Investing in Local Cooperative Economies Today for a Better Future Tomorrow!

Members – Please Join Us For

• Music & Food: Dawn Tanner & guests playing. Delicious soup, bread, dessert & coffee provided. • GM Report, Board Candidate Presentations: The year in review, plus 3 board candidates introduce themselves. • Guest Presentation: We welcome Danielle Mkali & Sarah Handley to discuss the opportunity for a credit union in No. Minneapolis. • Financial Overview: Last year's financial performance, plus early indicators for current fiscal year. • Ballots & Voting: Per our bylaws, nominations from the floor can also be taken. • Conversation About HPC's Future: Leslie Watson from CDS facilitates a multi-table member discussion about several opportunities regarding our future.

Read on for more details – hope to see you there!

Wednesday – Lift a Glass With the Board!

Our hardworking board also likes to have a little fun – so stop by to say "hi" at our friendly neighborhood pub, Urban Growler. Whether you have ideas, have co-op questions or just want to drop in for a brew, we’d love to see you!

An easy going way to meet your board and learn more about our neighborhood co-op!

Have some hot coffee, fresh scones, and great conversation about any and every topic. Hope to see you then!

Lift a brew with the board!

If you have questions or ideas, are thinking about becoming a board member or are just thirsty, we’d love to see ya! Meeting at our good neighbor Urban Growler.

Got a question or idea? Let's talk about it!

The board is available for casual meet & greets! Whether you have something on your mind, are thinking about becoming a board member and want to find out more, or just want to stop by and say "Hey…" we’d love to see you!

Sale watermelons are gone but the story is still worth telling…

In partnership with the P6 Cooperative and other local retail co-ops, we brought in a bountiful crop of delicious watermelon, fresh from the fields of the south. With every purchase we wove the human fabric more closely – local neighbors connecting to the Federation of Southern Cooperatives, which helps support the economic development of African American farmers and the rural poor.