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Wednesday August 19, 6:30-8pm at Altgeld/Sawyer Corner Farm.
Hang out, eat up, and get down with the Dill Pickle community! Join us for the third of a bimonthly series of potlucks, brought to you by the Dill Pickle Block Club. Bring food or drink, bring a friend, or just bring yourself!
Our friends at Altgeld Sawyer Corner Farm will be hosting us in the garden during their weekly community compost night! Bring along your food scraps to be turned into healthy soil used to improve the farm's yield for donations to Christopher House's pantry. More info here. (No meats, oils, or dairy, please!)
The Block Club is where co-op values meet community. We’re a group of Dill Pickle owners who work together to offer workshops about health and sustainability, support food justice actions and movements, and create community-building events for the co-op and the general public. We hold bi-monthly potlucks for the co-op community to enjoy great food and the pleasure of being together. At these potlucks, you’ll hear a bit about what’s happening in the co-op and around the neighborhood. You’ll also find out how to get involved with upcoming activities. Block Club participants can receive store discounts through the co-op's Hands On Owner program, and we’re always looking for more folks to get involved!
Dave the Knife Sharpener will be in the house this upcoming Sunday, July 12, from 3-4 pm to sharpen those dull knives of yours! Bring your blade and $5 cash to get sharp!Read more...
Thursday, June 11th
8pm @ Cafe Mustache, Logan Square
C'mon out to celebrate the Pickle People whose collective enthusiasm, commitment, and TALENT is what keeps our neighborhood co-op thriving!
FREE and open to all, with a round of drinks on the co-op for active Hands-On Owners. Beer, wine, cocktails, coffee, tea and treats from our friends at Cafe Mustache.
BYOB! (Bring Your Own Bag) and receive 3% off your entire purchase in honor of Earth Day!
Check out the lastest issue of our quarterly newsletter, The Brine.Read more...