Food For Change - Food For Thought film series
Oct
17
6:30 PM18:30

Food For Change - Food For Thought film series

To celebrate National Co-op Month, a special Food For Thought film series event!

When?: Wednesday, October 17 at 6:30 p.m.
Where?: The Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, 508 South Main Street
How much?: Free to all, so bring a friend!

Every spring and fall, The Moscow Food Co-op brings you free screenings of educational films along with the help of community partners like the University of Idaho and the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre. This October is Co-op Month, a time to reflect on the benefits of cooperative ownership, and the film we bring to you is one that tells the story of the cooperative food movement. 

Click here to watch the trailer!

A provocative new film looks at the current resurgence of food co-operatives in America, and their unique historic place in America’s economic and political landscape—somewhere between Adam Smith & Eugene Debs.

Food For Change, a feature-length (84 min.) documentary from Home Planet Pictures, tells the story of the co-op movement in the U.S. through a combination of interviews, rare archival footage, and commentary by co-op leaders and historians.

The film examines the key role played by consumer-led food co-ops during the decades-long debate over profit-driven capitalism vs. locally-controlled economic enterprises. Born in the heartland, cooperatives were seen as the middle path between Wall Street and Socialism.

Filmmaker Steve Alves describes his documentary as “one part food, to two parts politics, to three parts economics.” Alves tracks the co-op movement’s quest for whole and organic foods, and the dream of sustainable food systems. The film profiles several current food

co-ops that have revived neighborhoods and entire communities---right in the shadow of corporate agribusiness and national supermarket chain stores.  

“Today we’re experiencing a renaissance of American food co-ops,” says Sean Doyle, General Manager of the Seward Co-op. “These are not marginal enterprises—they are successful and dynamic businesses that are revitalizing communities across the United States. People are once again taking more control over the economic forces in their lives.”

Rating: Not rated by the MPAA (but appropriate for all ages)
Runtime: 84 minutes

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Healthy Eating on a Budget, Class 3: Fruits and Veggies
Oct
20
4:30 PM16:30

Healthy Eating on a Budget, Class 3: Fruits and Veggies

HEALTHY EATING ON A BUDGET

You don't have to sacrifice flavor or nutrition to cut costs in the kitchen - in fact, by utilizing creative substitutions, buying in bulk, and cutting expensive staples like meat and dairy, you'll be surprised how cheaply you can prepare healthy, delicious meals for yourself!

Join registered dietitian Alice Ma for this monthly class series - samples will be provided of every featured recipe, so you can taste for yourself how good healthy eating can be!

ABOUT THIS SESSION

A variety of flavors await in this class, with recipes made from mostly fruit or vegetable ingredients. Naturally, all the samples you'll try are 100% vegan and free of the 8 most common food allergens, like wheat gluten and tree nuts.

OKAY! I'M INTERESTED! HOW DO I SIGN UP?

Click here to register now or register in the store by asking your cashier to sign you up for this class - it's $3 for Co-op Owners and $5 for everyone else. If you register ahead of time, your ticket price will be refunded in the form of a Co-op gift card! Otherwise, please bring cash at the time of class.

Registration fees are waived for Student Owners and participants in the Co-op's FLOWER program

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Co-op Kids!
Oct
23
9:00 AM09:00

Co-op Kids!

Co-op Kids is an educational play group for kids 3-5 and their parents or guardians. Join us every Tuesday morning from 9-10 a.m. for easy, earth-friendly crafts and activities. From time to time, we might even take a short field trip for some outdoor fun when weather permits!

Raffles and coupons for free coffee available every week!

October 2 - Postcard collage - Using cereal boxes, magazines, and glue we will make some lovely postcards. Come with any old magazines you have.

October 9 - Orange tasting - come taste the orange part of the rainbow.  We will have lots of fun fall flavors to try. 

October 16 - Play-doh monsters - Play-doh plus eyeballs = silly spooky monsters!

October 23 - Halloween stories - bring your favorite Halloween stories to share and color some fall pictures. 

October 30 - Masks and produce tasting - Make the final touches on your costume by making a cool mask. Also, enjoy some produce tasting with Logan!

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Good Food Book Club - "Fat for Fuel"
Oct
28
4:30 PM16:30

Good Food Book Club - "Fat for Fuel"

“Dr. Joseph Mercola has been a shining beacon of health wisdom and freedom for decades. His latest book, Fat for Fuel, is a masterpiece of cutting-edge research and practical application. This information, if applied, holds the key to sustainable weight loss and enhanced. ”

- Dr. Christian Northrup

October already! Now that fall is officially here, get ready to snuggle up with an inspiring  deep-dive-look at why healthy fat is so good for your body, and how to eat in a way that supports incredible optimal health and healing. We’ll be reading one of the Moscow Food Co-op’s favorite authors, Dr. Joseph Mercola. Our October selection is his book, “Fat for Fuel: A Revolutionary Diet to Combat Cancer, Boost Brain Power, and Increase Your Energy.”  We read his book Effortless Healing earlier this year, and had more new folks come to discuss it than any book in recent memory. Some of us have permanently altered our eating habits as a result. With health, weight loss, and energy boosts to boot.

“Fat for Fuel” goes further than the simple outline listed in Effortless Healing. In it, Dr. Mercola expands on why healthy fat is so instrumental to human health and vitality, how it can trigger health and lasting weight loss, and even prevent and heal serious disease. If you’ve heard the of term “ketogenic” – essentially a way to promote healthy digestion, fat burning, excellent brain function, and living without chronic inflammation so common due to our typical America diet—you’ll  want to read this book. Furthermore, it’s a great companion follow-up to “The Big Fat Surprise,” by Nina Teicholz another recent book club selection.

“Fat for Fuel” comes as close to full 5 star rating on Amazon as any book we’ve seen, with hundreds of reviews—many absolutely glowing—and some claiming recovery and healing from long-term chronic diseases. It also has many more credentialed endorsements listed than we typically see.

Please join us to discuss “Fat for Fuel: A Revolutionary Diet to Combat Cancer, Boost Brain Power, and Increase Your Energy” by Dr. Joseph Mercola (Hay House, 2017) on Sunday October 28 from 4:30-6:00pm at a member’s private residence. Location and details will come in this month’s email reminder. 

Remember to email bookclub@moscowfood.coop to receive reminders about the Good Food Book Club. “Fat for Fuel” is available through your local library. If you are interested in buying the book, check out the area’s local used book stores or visit BookPeople of Moscow where BookClub members receive a discount.

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Co-op Kids!
Oct
30
9:00 AM09:00

Co-op Kids!

Co-op Kids is an educational play group for kids 3-5 and their parents or guardians. Join us every Tuesday morning from 9-10 a.m. for easy, earth-friendly crafts and activities. From time to time, we might even take a short field trip for some outdoor fun when weather permits!

Raffles and coupons for free coffee available every week!

October 2 - Postcard collage - Using cereal boxes, magazines, and glue we will make some lovely postcards. Come with any old magazines you have.

October 9 - Orange tasting - come taste the orange part of the rainbow.  We will have lots of fun fall flavors to try. 

October 16 - Play-doh monsters - Play-doh plus eyeballs = silly spooky monsters!

October 23 - Halloween stories - bring your favorite Halloween stories to share and color some fall pictures. 

October 30 - Masks and produce tasting - Make the final touches on your costume by making a cool mask. Also, enjoy some produce tasting with Logan!

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Healthy Eating on a Budget, Class 4: Everyday Desserts
Nov
3
4:30 PM16:30

Healthy Eating on a Budget, Class 4: Everyday Desserts

HEALTHY EATING ON A BUDGET

You don't have to sacrifice flavor or nutrition to cut costs in the kitchen - in fact, by utilizing creative substitutions, buying in bulk, and cutting expensive staples like meat and dairy, you'll be surprised how cheaply you can prepare healthy, delicious meals for yourself!

Join registered dietitian Alice Ma for this monthly class series - samples will be provided of every featured recipe, so you can taste for yourself how good healthy eating can be!

ABOUT THIS SESSION

If you have a sweet tooth, this is the class you've been waiting for! These recipes will satisfy your cravings without being too high in sugar to eat every day. Just as before, recipes are 100% plant based and allergen-friendly.

OKAY! I'M INTERESTED! HOW DO I SIGN UP?

Register now by asking your cashier to sign you up for this class - it's $3 for Co-op Owners and $5 for everyone else. If you register ahead of time, your ticket price will be refunded in the form of a Co-op gift card! Otherwise, please bring cash at the time of class.

Registration fees are waived for participants in the Co-op's FLOWER program

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Healthy Eating on a Budget, Class 5 - Meal Planning /Store Tour
Dec
1
4:30 PM16:30

Healthy Eating on a Budget, Class 5 - Meal Planning /Store Tour

HEALTHY EATING ON A BUDGET

You don't have to sacrifice flavor or nutrition to cut costs in the kitchen - in fact, by utilizing creative substitutions, buying in bulk, and cutting expensive staples like meat and dairy, you'll be surprised how cheaply you can prepare healthy, delicious meals for yourself!

Join registered dietitian Alice Ma for this monthly class series - samples will be provided of every featured recipe, so you can taste for yourself how good healthy eating can be!

ABOUT THIS SESSION

This meeting is all about planning your meals and getting the most out of your shopping trip - meet at The Co-op Downtown for this session!

OKAY! I'M INTERESTED! HOW DO I SIGN UP?

Register now by asking your cashier to sign you up for this class - it's $3 for Co-op Owners and $5 for everyone else. If you register ahead of time, your ticket price will be refunded in the form of a Co-op gift card! Otherwise, please bring cash at the time of class.

Registration fees are waived for participants in the Co-op's FLOWER program

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Co-op Kids!
Oct
16
9:00 AM09:00

Co-op Kids!

Co-op Kids is an educational play group for kids 3-5 and their parents or guardians. Join us every Tuesday morning from 9-10 a.m. for easy, earth-friendly crafts and activities. From time to time, we might even take a short field trip for some outdoor fun when weather permits!

Raffles and coupons for free coffee available every week!

October 2 - Postcard collage - Using cereal boxes, magazines, and glue we will make some lovely postcards. Come with any old magazines you have.

October 9 - Orange tasting - come taste the orange part of the rainbow.  We will have lots of fun fall flavors to try. 

October 16 - Play-doh monsters - Play-doh plus eyeballs = silly spooky monsters!

October 23 - Halloween stories - bring your favorite Halloween stories to share and color some fall pictures. 

October 30 - Masks and produce tasting - Make the final touches on your costume by making a cool mask. Also, enjoy some produce tasting with Logan!

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Art at The Co-op
Oct
12
5:00 PM17:00

Art at The Co-op

Join us for an evening celebrating Co-ops!

These unique posters were designed by Christie Zangrilli, a Texas-based artist and designer who specializes in visual branding and website design. They were designed to reflect the seven cooperative principles which guide our organization and organizations like the Moscow Food Co-op around the country. Beautiful, educational, and inspiring, these posters are a reflection of all the Moscow Food Co-op would like to offer our community here on the Palouse. Christie received a BA in Graphic Communications from NYU, and a MFA in Design from University of Texas. The Moscow Food Co-op purchased these posters from the Austin Cooperative Business Association (ACBA), which works to build and expand the cooperative economy in Texas through increased consumer knowledge and inter-cooperative support and advocacy to make it easier to start and expand cooperatives.

Free samples of food and drink will be provided!

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Co-op Kids!
Oct
9
9:00 AM09:00

Co-op Kids!

Co-op Kids is an educational play group for kids 3-5 and their parents or guardians. Join us every Tuesday morning from 9-10 a.m. for easy, earth-friendly crafts and activities. From time to time, we might even take a short field trip for some outdoor fun when weather permits!

Raffles and coupons for free coffee available every week!

October 2 - Postcard collage - Using cereal boxes, magazines, and glue we will make some lovely postcards. Come with any old magazines you have.

October 9 - Orange tasting - come taste the orange part of the rainbow.  We will have lots of fun fall flavors to try. 

October 16 - Play-doh monsters - Play-doh plus eyeballs = silly spooky monsters!

October 23 - Halloween stories - bring your favorite Halloween stories to share and color some fall pictures. 

October 30 - Masks and produce tasting - Make the final touches on your costume by making a cool mask. Also, enjoy some produce tasting with Logan!

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Red Roof Farmstead Sampling Event
Oct
5
4:00 PM16:00

Red Roof Farmstead Sampling Event

Just in time for dinner, come see us from 4 to 6 p.m. and taste a sample of the best chevre in Idaho!

Red Roof Farmstead, located in Athol, Idaho, about two hours north of Moscow, is a small farm and one of our favorite producers of Raw Chevre, a spreadable cheese made from goat’s milk. Their available flavors include traditional tastes like basil and oregano, and more exotic varieties like cranberry orange and thai lemongrass.

Tonight you’ll have the opportunity to meet with a representative of the farm and try their delicious cheese!

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Co-op Kids!
Oct
2
9:00 AM09:00

Co-op Kids!

Co-op Kids is an educational play group for kids 3-5 and their parents or guardians. Join us every Tuesday morning from 9-10 a.m. for easy, earth-friendly crafts and activities. From time to time, we might even take a short field trip for some outdoor fun when weather permits!

Raffles and coupons for free coffee available every week!

October 2 - Postcard collage - Using cereal boxes, magazines, and glue we will make some lovely postcards. Come with any old magazines you have.

October 9 - Orange tasting - come taste the orange part of the rainbow.  We will have lots of fun fall flavors to try. 

October 16 - Play-doh monsters - Play-doh plus eyeballs = silly spooky monsters!

October 23 - Halloween stories - bring your favorite Halloween stories to share and color some fall pictures. 

October 30 - Masks and produce tasting - Make the final touches on your costume by making a cool mask. Also, enjoy some produce tasting with Logan!

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Mamas + Papas October - Healthy Sleep Habits
Oct
1
9:30 AM09:30

Mamas + Papas October - Healthy Sleep Habits

Coming up Monday, october 1: Healthy Sleep Habits!

Join us in welcoming guest instructor Kristine Petterson - we'll be learning about why sleep is so important, not just for you, but for your family's new additions as well!

Mamas + Papas is an educational support group for new and expecting parents on the Palouse. The first Monday of every month from 9:30-11 a.m., join us for a time to learn and play, and to connect with other growing families in our community. Mamas + Papas exists to provide an educational and social environment for parents to share experiences related to childcare, parenting, and raising healthy families.

Every class is free of charge, and professional childcare is provided at no cost to you!

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Good Food Book Club - Lentil Underground
Sep
30
4:00 PM16:00

Good Food Book Club - Lentil Underground

  • Email bookclub@moscowfood.coop for location (map)
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SEPTEMBER'S BOOK OF THE MONTH:

LENTIL UNDERGROUND: HOW NEARBY FARMERS BUILT A GLOBAL MODEL FOR LOCAL FOOD BY LIZ CARLISLE

When: Sunday, September 29 from 4 - 6:30 p.m.
Where: Location will be announced via email reminder
Email bookclub@moscowfood.coop for more info and to subscribe to monthly book club updates!

 

"What better book to read for September’s Good Food Book Club as we head towards the great Palouse fall harvest than Lentil Underground: Renegade Farmers and the Future of Food in America, by Liz Carlisle!? Start out at the Lentil Festival, our annual epic Fete of all things Lentil, then head home to the heady smells of fall harvest: the drying plums, the smell of apples on the breeze, the whiff of smoked peppers at the Moscow Farmer’s Market. Grab this month’s book and a bowl of lentil stew, a hunk of sourdough, and a glass of white wine, and you’ll be all set.

"Liz Carlisle a Montanan herself, does a masterful job spotlighting the revolutionary story of a gang of low-key, off–the-industrial-supply-chain lentil farmers—who reclaim their small farm legacy by figuring out how to stay true to their roots while opening up their doors, and their harvests, to the farm-to-table customers who so dearly want the same things. When people realize the true costs and harms of the industrial supply chain—and we’re in an exponential phase of public perception on that—they want to get and eat real local food! It’s a win-win for local farmers and those of us who like to eat real local food.

"Lentil Underground is a microcosm and model for how a bunch of nearby motley farmers took their hoes back into their own hands, put their feet down in the dirt, and said, Enough. They are a part of revolutionizing the local and regional PNW food system, and they now sell locally as well as to large companies who are committed to offering healthy farm-to-table real foods to customers around the country. It’s a scalable model that works.

Frederick Kirschenmann, author of Cultivating an Ecological Conscience writes, 'Liz Carlisle’s new book is an absolute treasure—actual stories of real farmers in a part of Montana,  some of whom found that their industrial farming practices were a “losing game” and some who discovered that locally adapted organic farming could be resilient and economically successful. It is a must read for anyone interested in the future of food in America.'"

-Co-op Volunteer and Book Club president Rachel Clark

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Landgrove Coffee Demo - Drink Local Week
Sep
27
11:00 AM11:00

Landgrove Coffee Demo - Drink Local Week

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Eat Local Month doesn't just celebrate food!

Join us for a demonstration by Landgrove Coffee! You'll sample some of their delicious brew and see how to get the best flavor from your beans, and meet the pros who roast them!

Your Co-op has worked with Landgrove for years to bring you the best coffee in the inland Northwest, and we're proud to feature this demo in our store.

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Landgrove Coffee Demo - Drink Local Week
Sep
26
11:00 AM11:00

Landgrove Coffee Demo - Drink Local Week

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Eat Local Month doesn't just celebrate food!

Join us for a demonstration by Landgrove Coffee! You'll sample some of their delicious brew and see how to get the best flavor from your beans, and meet the pros who roast them!

Your Co-op has worked with Landgrove for years to bring you the best coffee in the inland Northwest, and we're proud to feature this demo in our store.

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Kombucha with Love's
Sep
25
5:30 PM17:30

Kombucha with Love's

Where? The Fiske Room of the 1912 Center - 412 East Third Street, Moscow, ID, 83843
When? Tuesday, September 25 at 5:30 p.m.
How Much? $5 | Co-op owners pay only $3 | No charge for owners participating in the FLOWER program

We Love Kombucha!

Love's loves Kombucha too - Renée and Emett of Love's Kombucha have been homebrewing for years, and not only can you find their delicious drink at the Co-op, but also in places like Spokane and Coeur D'Alène. 

At this class, you'll learn from the pros how this fizzy fermented drink is made, what you'll need to start your own SCOBY, and taste samples of Love's famous single-fermentation Kombucha!

Please register and pay for class above, or at either the Co-op Downtown or the Co-op on Campus. Registration will remain open until September 24

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Co-op Kids
Sep
25
9:00 AM09:00

Co-op Kids

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Co-op Kids is an educational play group for kids 3-5 and their parents or guardians. Join us every Tuesday morning from 9-10 a.m.for easy, earth-friendly crafts and activities. From time to time, we might even take a short field trip for some outdoor fun when weather permits!

Today's activity - Play-doh playtime / Fruit & Veggie tasting with produce manager Logan

Raffles and coupons for free coffee available every week!

For more information, send an email to outreach@moscowfood.coop or call (208) 882-8537

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Crop Mob at Pokey Creek Farm
Sep
23
10:00 AM10:00

Crop Mob at Pokey Creek Farm

Crop Mobbing at Pokey Creek!

Where?: Pokey Creek Farm - meet up at the post office in Santa: 
68244 Highway 3 S, St Maries, ID 83861
When?: Sunday, September 23, at 10 a.m.
How Much?: Free to all, so bring a friend!
Other Questions: contact outreach@moscowfood.coop or call (208) 882-8537

Join us for our biggest Crop Mob event yet! On this annual trip to Pokey Creek Farm in Santa, Idaho, we help farmers with their harvest - and this year, we're expecting a big haul! Come help us harvest potatoes and stay for lunch, provided by Pilgrim's Market free of charge.

What is a Crob Mob?

A crop mob is a family-friendly volunteering event where community members gather to pitch in at a small, local farm, to help with the harvest! You'll want to bring your gardening gear — gloves, hiking shoes, and clothes that you don't mind getting a bit dirty are a big plus! 

Where is this Crop Mob taking place?

Pokey Creek Farm is a small farm in Santa, Idaho, about an hour's drive Northeast from the Co-op Downtown, just outside of Saint Maries. Our meetup location is the Santa, Idaho post office at 68244 Highway 3 S, St Maries, ID 83861. Click here and enter your address for directions: http://bit.ly/PokeyCreek

How do I sign up?

To RSVP, just email outreach@moscowfood.coop by the end of Saturday, September 22.

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Healthy Eating on a Budget, Class 2: Protein
Sep
22
4:30 PM16:30

Healthy Eating on a Budget, Class 2: Protein

Where? The Fiske Room of the 1912 Center - 412 East Third Street, Moscow, ID, 83843
When? Saturday, September 22 at 4:30 p.m.
How Much? $5 | Co-op owners pay only $3 | No charge for owners participating in the FLOWER program

HEALTHY EATING ON A BUDGET

You don't have to sacrifice flavor or nutrition to cut costs in the kitchen - in fact, by utilizing creative substitutions, buying in bulk, and cutting expensive staples like meat and dairy, you'll be surprised how cheaply you can prepare healthy, delicious meals for yourself!

Join registered dietitian Alice Ma for this monthly class series - samples will be provided of every featured recipe, so you can taste for yourself how good healthy eating can be!

ABOUT THIS SESSION

This class will include recipes that are packed with plant-based protein! Of course, all the recipes you will sample are 100% vegan and free of the top 8 most common food allergens, including Wheat Gluten.

OKAY! I'M INTERESTED! HOW DO I SIGN UP?

Register now by asking your cashier to sign you up for this class - it's $3 for Co-op Owners and $5 for everyone else. If you register ahead of time, your ticket price will be refunded in the form of a Co-op gift card! Otherwise, please bring cash at the time of class.

Registration fees are waived for participants in the Co-op's FLOWER program

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Albatross - Food For Thought film series
Sep
19
6:30 PM18:30

Albatross - Food For Thought film series

The Co-op's free film series returns!

When?: Wednesday, September 19 at 6:30 p.m.
Where?: The Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, 508 South Main Street
How Much?: Free to all, so bring a friend!

Join us for open screenings every month in spring and fall, supplemented by advice and context from experts and educators. 

September's film is Albatross - click here to watch the trailer

The journey of ALBATROSS began in 2008 as a collaboration with my friend, activist/photographer Manuel Maqueda. Studying the newly-emerging issue of ocean plastic pollution, we learned of a stunning environmental tragedy taking place on a tiny atoll in the center of the vast North Pacific Ocean. We immediately began planning an expedition there, and on our first trip to Midway Island in September of 2009, we and our team photographed and filmed thousands of young albatrosses that lay dead on the ground, their stomachs filled with plastic. The experience was devastating, not only for what it meant for the suffering of the birds, but also for what it reflected back to us about the destructive power of our culture of mass consumption, and humanity's damaged relationship with the living world.

from https://www.albatrossthefilm.com/ourstory/

Rating: Not rated by the MPAA (contains troubling imagery that may be inappropriate for young children and sensitive viewers - CW: dead animals)
Runtime: 97 minutes

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Co-op Kids!
Sep
18
9:00 AM09:00

Co-op Kids!

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Co-op Kids is an educational play group for kids 3-5 and their parents or guardians. Join us every Tuesday morning from 9-10 a.m.for easy, earth-friendly crafts and activities. From time to time, we might even take a short field trip for some outdoor fun when weather permits!

Today's activity - Pet Rocks! Bring your own or use one of ours to make a new friend.

Raffles and coupons for free coffee available every week!

For more information, send an email to outreach@moscowfood.coop or call (208) 882-8537

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Zero-Waste 101
Sep
15
4:30 PM16:30

Zero-Waste 101

Where? The Fiske Room of the 1912 Center - 412 East Third Street, Moscow, ID, 83843
When? Saturday, September 15 at 4:30 p.m.
How Much? $5 | Co-op owners pay only $3 | No charge for owners participating in the FLOWER program

You don't have to turn your life upside down to reduce your waste!

We live in a wasteful society, but we don't have to contribute more than is necessary. At this class you'll learn some context on the zero-waste movement and small ways you can help carry the load of living in a waste-free world.

This is a new class, taught by Co-op baker Ollie G. - your evaluations will help us decide how it will look going forward! Register ahead of time and we'll reimburse your ticket price in the form of a Co-op Gift Card

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WSU ConnectFest
Sep
12
11:00 AM11:00

WSU ConnectFest

  • Glen-Terrel Mall, WSU Campus (map)
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Attention Cougs — we want to help you make a difference! (also, there's free ice cream)

The WSU ConnectFest is a once-a-year opportunity for Washington State University students to connect with and get to know community partners like the Moscow Food Co-op! Come see what we have to offer and learn more about how you can get involved with your Co-op.

Oh, and there's free ice cream too — with organic, cooperatively-produced maple syrup from yours truly ;)

 

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Co-op Board of Directors Meeting
Sep
11
6:30 PM18:30

Co-op Board of Directors Meeting

The Moscow Food Co-op's board of directors meets monthly in the Fiske room of the 1912 Center. Owners are invited to attend each meeting! Thank you for taking the time to get involved.

If you miss a meeting, minutes are made available at this link: http://www.moscowfood.coop/board-meetings/

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Northwest Wine and Cider tasting
Sep
11
4:30 PM16:30

Northwest Wine and Cider tasting

Help us celebrate the bounty of the northwest's plentiful harvest by indulging in free samples!

We are proud to welcome not only Finnriver Cidery to our store, but also wine partners including Arbor Crest Wine Cellars and Va Piano Vineyards!

As always, the wines you taste and six-packs of the ciders will be available at a discount for all shoppers during the tasting event.

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Co-op Kids
Sep
11
1:30 PM13:30

Co-op Kids

Co-op Kids is an educational play group for kids 3-5 and their parents or guardians. Join us every Tuesday morning from 9-10 a.m.for easy, earth-friendly crafts and activities. From time to time, we might even take a short field trip for some outdoor fun when weather permits!

Today's activity - Playtime at Friendship Square. Meet at the Co-op at 8:30 and we'll all walk over together!

Raffles and coupons for free coffee available every week!

For more information, send an email to outreach@moscowfood.coop or call (208) 882-8537

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Vandal Town Block Party
Sep
7
5:30 PM17:30

Vandal Town Block Party

There's a party taking over Downtown Moscow - and you're invited!

Friday, September 7 at 5:30 p.m. we're helping the Moscow Chamber of Commerce turn Main Street into a festival-sized fête like none other! We're talking live music, your favorite downtown stores and restaurants, and fun games where you can win Co-op prizes!

Come see us and play our trivia raffle game for free!

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Co-op Kids!
Sep
4
9:00 AM09:00

Co-op Kids!

Co-op Kids is an educational play group for kids 3-5 and their parents or guardians. Join us every Tuesday morning from 9-10 a.m.for easy, earth-friendly crafts and activities. From time to time, we might even take a short field trip for some outdoor fun when weather permits!

Today's activity - Tasting local flavors

Raffles and coupons for free coffee available every week!

For more information, send an email to outreach@moscowfood.coop or call (208) 882-8537

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Co-op Kids!
Aug
28
9:00 AM09:00

Co-op Kids!

Co-op Kids is an educational play group for kids 3-5 and their parents or guardians. Join us every Tuesday morning from 9-10 a.m.for easy, earth-friendly crafts and activities. From time to time, we might even take a short field trip for some outdoor fun when weather permits!

Today's activity: Tasting healthy fruits & veggies with produce manager Logan

Raffles and coupons for free coffee available every week!

For more information, send an email to outreach@moscowfood.coop or call (208) 882-8537

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Healthy Eating on a Budget - Whole Grains
Aug
25
4:00 PM16:00

Healthy Eating on a Budget - Whole Grains

HEALTHY EATING ON A BUDGET

You don't have to sacrifice flavor or nutrition to cut costs in the kitchen - in fact, by utilizing creative substitutions, buying in bulk, and cutting expensive staples like meat and dairy, you'll be surprised how cheaply you can prepare healthy, delicious meals for yourself!

Join registered dietitian Alice Ma for this monthly class series - samples will be provided of every featured recipe, so you can taste for yourself how good healthy eating can be!

ABOUT THIS SESSION

This inaugural class meeting will focus on Whole Grains - and every recipe is not only 100% plant-based, but also free of the eight most common food allergens (including wheat gluten)

OKAY! I'M INTERESTED! HOW DO I SIGN UP?

Register now by asking your cashier to sign you up for this class - it's $3 for Co-op Owners and $5 for everyone else. If you register ahead of time, your ticket price will be refunded in the form of a Co-op gift card! Otherwise, please bring cash at the time of class.

Registration fees are waived for participants in the Co-op's FLOWER program

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Co-op Kids!
Aug
21
9:00 AM09:00

Co-op Kids!

Co-op Kids is an educational play group for kids 3-5 and their parents or guardians. Join us every Tuesday morning from 9-10 a.m.for easy, earth-friendly crafts and activities. From time to time, we might even take a short field trip for some outdoor fun when weather permits!

Today's activity: Handmade art with leaves! If you find any extra-pretty leaves before the meeting, bring them in!

Raffles and coupons for free coffee available every week!

For more information, send an email to outreach@moscowfood.coop or call (208) 882-8537

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National Lentil Festival 2018
Aug
17
to Aug 18

National Lentil Festival 2018

Since its beginning in 1989, the National Lentil Festival has brought national attention to Pullman. The Palouse region of farmlands in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho has a reputation for producing the highest quality lentils in the United States. We think that is worth celebrating.

The Moscow Food Co-op is a proud sponsor of the National Lentil Festival! Come out and see us this weekend, we'll have delicious pretzels and our famous pesto rolls for sale, and of course we could never forget the smoothie bike!

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Schedule of Events

Friday, August 17

5 p.m. at Reaney Park - Food service opens, including your Co-op!
6:30 p.m. at the Gazebo stage - Ask the Experts Panel, featuring Co-op Kitchen manager Gretchen Stoops-Luongo and Co-op volunteer and registered dietitian Alice Ma

Saturday, August 18

11 a.m. at Reaney Park - food service opens! Come see us for all your Co-op favorites!
12 p.m. at the Gazebo stage - Live Cooking Demo with chef Jamie Callison
1 p.m. at the Gazebo stage - Live Cooking Demo with chef and owner of Kitchen Counter, Patty Brehm
2 p.m. at the Gazebo stage - Live Cooking Demo with chef and Co-op Kitchen manager Gretchen Stoops-Luongo
3 p.m. at the Gazebo stage - The Legendary Lentil Cook-off!

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