As part of FamilyFarmed’s 14th annual Good Food EXPO, the Good Food Festival returns to celebrate good food - local, sustainable, humane and fair, bringing together families, producers, top chefs and experts to celebrate the fast-growing Good Food movement.
Look for the Dill Pickle sharing a table with Sugar Beet Food Co-op and Chicago Market as part of the emerging Chicagoland Food Co-op Coalition!
The Dill Pickle Board of Directors meets on the third Monday of each month, 6-9pm in the admin office of our store at 2746 N Milwaukee Ave. All owners are welcome to attend as observers, with 10 minutes of open floor time for questions and comments. Come and go as you wish!
Winter is a time of deep restoration of our inner waters. As part of a series on seasonal plant medicine, long-time, local herbalist Nance Klehm aka 'Weedeater' will introduce you to teas, tinctures and foods that can support your mental, emotional and physical wellness during our long Chicago winter.
Norma of Mosaico Arte presents a family friendly mixed media mosaic course in which we will discuss art making using repurposed items. Each student will use magazines, newspapers, scrap wood, recycled glass, mirror and tile to complete a beautiful mixed media mosaic. All materials provided. $7 Tickets & more info on Eventbrite.
REGISTER HERE! Tickets $10.
Bring your little one and make beautiful mosaics together!
You and your little one will be treated to a fun afternoon of creating. You each make your own mosaic masterpiece using a wide array of tiles, glass and other kid-friendly materials. We will be making holiday ornaments! All supplies and materials will be provided.
This a fun and engaging activity perfect for kids age 4 and above. Children younger than 4 are welcome to participate but need more help from Mom and Dad.
This class will take place in the community space provided by the Dill Pickle Food Co-op. 20% of all proceeds will benefit the Logan Square Neighborhood Association.
Meetings are open to all owners who wish to attend as observers. The first 10 minutes of the monthly agenda is open for owner questions and comments. If you would like to express your viewpoint on an issue coming before the board, or suggest an item for next month's agenda, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More info at dillpickle.coop/governance.
Tastings from Heritage Wine Cellars + samples of the Dill Pickle Deli's new menu of party platters!
10% OFF all body care, medicinal herbs, vitamins, essential oils, and more!
Featured producer: CW Hemp >>>
What are Cannabinoids? How can hemp oil benefit my health? Who is Charlotte Figi? Join us to learn more + be entered to win a gift box of the the Everyday and Everyday Plus hemp extracts in mint chocolate and olive oil flavors.
Meetings are open to all owners who wish to attend as observers. The first 10 minutes of the monthly agenda is open for owner questions and comments. View proposed agenda here. If you would like to express your viewpoint on an issue coming before the board, or suggest an item for next month's agenda, please contact us at email@example.com.
More info at dillpickle.coop/governance.
I want to give a warm thank-you to everyone who participated in our board election and to folks who attended the annual meeting. To provide some more opportunities to connect and discuss the direction of our co-op, we will be holding quarterly Coffee with the Board events, starting this weekend.
Join us at the co-op at 11am on Saturday, November 11th, to discuss anything on your mind. We will have pastries, coffee, and some discussion around helping the board envision the future of our co-op. We hope to see you there!
- Sean Shatto, President
Kath Duffy began the organizing effort for the Dill Pickle in 2005 with a message to friends, envisioning a local co-op that would offer good, affordable food for everyone. She worked with a dedicated group of neighbors to usher that vision into reality on community funding, opening our store doors in 2009. Kath served on our board of directors and remained a trusted advisor as the co-op grew from its initial 500 to over 2,000 active owners.
Kath expanded into the universe on July 20, 2017. It was a peaceful transition into time, space, and eternal love. Join us in the Dill Pickle's new home for cider, cookies, stories, and a toast to our visionary founding owner!
(DONATE in Kath's memory.)
Hosted by Mosaic Arte Chicago
Learn about the history of the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), a festive holiday celebrated in November throughout Mexico that celebrates the life of loved ones who have passed.
Sugar skulls are used to adorn elaborate altars that invite our loved ones to return and help to light their way home.
In this class you will learn to make and decorate your own sugar skull.
Each student will learn to make the sugar mixture and frosting, use molds to form the sugar skull and then have fun personalizing each one.
Gather with fellow co-op owners to celebrate our store expansion, reflect on the year prior, dream the future together, and exercise our democratic process!
6:00-6:45pm: owner check-in, food & drinks (Co-op Made deli spread + Hopewell brews & wine selection)
7:00-8:30pm: program: leadership addresses, Q&A, input session
8:30-9:00pm: open bar & socializing, final call to cast votes in 2017 board election
(This event is open to Dill Pickle Food Co-op owners only-- join here to attend and have your say!)
Partytime in our new store! Join us for samples galore, super deals, live music, and prize drawings!
12pm: The Millers // 1pm: 80 Foots // 2pm: $11 Supper// 3pm: Lindee Cavalier // 4pm: Sima Cunningham
Happening out back, in our new parking area off Spaulding Ave:
🎪 BOUNCE HOUSE + 🎨 Co+op Explorers activity station!
🤸 12:30pm all-ages roda/workshop with the International Capoeira Angola Foundation - Chicago
🥁 3pm kids drum circle with Drum Chicago
Using the comprehensive green-roof system developed by Omni Ecosystems, our friends at The Roof Crop grow beautiful produce with minimal environmental impact and now offer a line of sustainable wellness products that we're proud to carry at the co-op!
The Roof Crop's hand-poured soaps are made with organic goat milk or honey bases and are free from dyes, perfumes and added scent oils. Their bars feature florals and herbs from the farm, and botanicals from the gin distilling process from Letherbee Distillery.
Come through to meet Tracy, learn more about The Roof Crop's work, and take home a few samples!