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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.
Sunday, April 19th, 11am - 2pm
at the Logan Share
2864 N. Milwuakee, 2nd floor
Join the Dill Pickle for a brunch time potluck and seed and seedling swap at the Logan Share. Bring seeds or plant starts to swap with other guests, and bring a dish to share as well.
Also, no need to be a gardener to join us for this fun event!
We will have Sean Shatto, co-op board member and director of Tomato Mountain Farm, on hand to answer some of your questions and to talk a bit about growing in the city.
Dill Pickle Owners, Co-op Allies, and Residents of the Fightin' 39th District,
We're approaching a major milestone in our movement with the modernization of state policies governing cooperative identity, capital and equity, worker ownership, and organizational structure -- big changes made possible by co-op leaders, lawyers, and legislators working together to advance our model of people over profit.
Join State Rep. Will Guzzardi, a fellow Dill Pickle owner and sponsor of the IL Cooperative Act (HB3830), to learn more about the first update to Illinois co-op law in 100 years! Guest Speakers will include attorney Rebecca Osland as well as representatives from the IL Environmental Council and the Center for Workplace Democracy.
Monday April 13, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
at Center Portion: ART + ACTIVISM
2850 1/2 W Fullerton Ave, Logan Square