As the winter recedes, our thoughts turn towards seeds! Many folks shopping at the co-op in the last few weeks have been asking us how to start seeds inside. Here are some great tips and helpful hints.
As part of Hampden Park Co-op’s commitment to participating in the Principle 6 Cooperative Movement (supporting small, local, and/or cooperative businesses) we invited in two local artists, Jason Kaping, owner of Pig’s Eye Pottery and Kevin Caufield, owner of Caufield Clay to sell their handmade pottery in the store over the holidays and into the spring.
Their work has been a resounding success, thanks to so many of you who have purchased their beautiful mugs, plates, and unique kitchen accessories. Their work will be on display and available for sale through the end of March, with potential upcoming pop-up events this summer.
After starting spring right with Co+op Basics in March, we are excited to launch Co+op Deals in April.
...but there is hot soup at the co-op!
Is warm weather already a dim memory?
We will be closing at 7 p.m. on Thursday, December 1st, for some much needed maintenance & repairs. We apologize for any inconvenience. We will reopen on Friday, December 2nd, at 7:00 a.m. Hope to see you then!
As we move into the fall/winter, duck egg availability will be more sporadic according to our local supplier. We will post a notice on our website when we have duck eggs in the store.
We are pleased to announce that Hampden Park Co-op has been accepted as a member of the Principle Six (P6) Cooperative! The P6 Cooperative Trade Movement seeks just and equitable trade relationships between farmers, producers, retailers and con
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