Workshops & Events
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Hunger Mountain Co-op exists to create and sustain a vibrant community of healthy individuals, sustainable local food systems, and thriving cooperative commerce. We host a variety of events, including member appreciation weekends, semi-annual truckload sales, product demos, and more. Check out the calendar below for all the details.
- 15September 15, 2019No events
- 16September 16, 2019No events
- 17September 17, 2019No events
- 18September 18, 2019Hunger Mountain Co-op Community Roomhttps://hungermountain.coop/event/what-color-is-your-medicine-workshop-2-2/623 Stone Cutters Way
With Robert Kest, Ph.D.
The true challenges in our lives are mediated by the health of our character and emotions. It is possible when working out, be it aerobics, yoga, running, etc., to cultivate a more skillful, responsive, and richer way of being that can shape our lives.
Space is limited and registration in advance is suggested. You can reserve your spot using the easy online form here, by emailing us at email@example.com or calling us at 802-262-3202.
All workshops are FREE and held in the Hunger Mountain Co-op community room unless otherwise noted, with access to a freight elevator upon request.
- 19September 19, 2019Montpelier City Hallhttps://www.montpelieralive.org/153/Hunger-Mountain-Co-op-Brown-Bag-Concert-?fbclid=IwAR3tujs_N0mVgFwcEjKuL-LNmr1atGgEd42BPFx-kJ_kSbaMZJHMu9rbmG839 Main Street
The Hunger Mountain Co-op Brown Bag Summer Concert Series is Montpelier Alive’s series of FREE and fun lunchtime concerts! Join us for a diverse lineup of local and regional acts that are sure to delight! Bring a lunch from one of our wonderful downtown restaurants and enjoy!
All concerts at noon in City Hall Plaza (39 Main Street).
- 20September 20, 2019
- 21September 21, 2019North Branch Nature Centerhttps://northbranchnaturecenter.org/event/wild-edibles-apple-edition/713 Elm Street Montpelier, VT
We are excited to be co-sponsoring Wild Edibles – Apple Edition with North Branch Nature Center
A bite of Vermont’s forgotten apples is a taste of history. Hiding in plain sight within almost every natural area and neglected back woods are abandoned apple orchards harkening to a bygone Vermont. What most nature walkers dismiss as “crabapples” are often the nearly extinct relics of the nineteenth-century heirloom varietals that made New England the global center of apple cultivation.
Join NBNC naturalists on a tasty exploration of re-wilded orchards to learn about the natural and cultural history of our venerable state fruit. We’ll do some wild-style apple picking, then return to the trailhead to press fresh cider and cook up our bounty. Led by NBNC naturalists and educators Sean Beckett and Ken Benton.
$30 for NBNC Members / $35 for Non-members
Minimum age: 15 (or 12 with parent).
Must be able to hike off-trail on uneven forest floor up to a mile. Meeting location TBD within 15 minutes of NBNC.
Please pre-register here