Welcome to the Dill Pickle

Your neighborhood grocery store, open to all!

Community Owned

Democratically owned by you, the customer.

Locally Focused

Bringing you the freshest local foods and artisanal products.

Natural and Organic

Committed to providing sustainably grown food you can trust.

2nd Annual Dill Pickle Variety Show

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.

DPFC owners, if you can sing, dance, jest, slam, juggle, jam, or otherwise dazzle a crowd, this is your chance to gain co-op wide fame... ANNNND win a pair of 3-day passes to the Pitchfork Music Festival in July. Submit your name, owner #, and act to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Love your Mother.

BYOB! (Bring Your Own Bag) and receive 3% off your entire purchase in honor of Earth Day!
























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Seed & Seedling Swap: Dill Pickle Potluck

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.

 

COMMUNITY FORUM WITH REP. WILL GUZZARDI ON THE IL COOPERATIVE ACT

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

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