Winter Survival Fest
Winter Survival Fest music schedule:
12:00-12:30 Mike Dorsey
12:45-1:15 The Shambles
1:30-2:00 Coffee Project
2:15-2:45 Little High Little Low
3:00-3:30 Lindsey Mills
3:45-4:15 Company Man
5:15-5:45 The Rochevanies
6:00-6:30 Dirty Fist!
6:45-7:15 Greenland is Melting
7:45-8:30 Scuttered the Bruce
9:30-11:00 Heavy Petty
Pre-order your Holiday Meal:
Pederson’s Natural Hams
humane certified & minimally processed in Texas
HONEY CURED, BONELESS, UNSLICED, 4 to 6.5 LBS, $7.99/lb – $25 Deposit
UNCURED, BONE-IN, SPIRAL SLICED, 4 to 7.5 LBS, $6.99/lb – $25 Deposit
FREE RANGE ORGANIC, 12 to 16 LBS, $4.59/lb – $30 Deposit
FREE RANGE HERITAGE, 12 to 14 LBS, $2.79/lb – $30 Deposit
High Springs Orchard and Bakery
Fresh Baked Pies
4″ Apple Pie, $5.50
9″ Apple Pie, $11.45
4″ Blueberry-Pear Pie, $5.50
9″ Blueberry-Pear Pie, $11.45
4″ Peach Pie, $5.50
9″ Peach Pie, $11.45
4″ Sweet Potato Pie, $5.50
9″ Sweet Potato Pie, $11.45
4″ Pumpkin Pie, $5.50
9″ Pumpkin Pie, $11.45
4″ Pecan Pie, $5.50
9″ Pecan Pie, $12.85
Holiday Logs (Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Butter Cream Frosting):
Small Log (7″) – $20
Large Log (15″) – $40
Holiday Novelties (6 Macaroons, 6 Rum balls) – $8
Holiday Basket A – $25:
Local Wildflower Honey
6 Holiday Rum balls
2 Snowflake Molasses Cookies
2 Vegan Pineapple Coconut Cookies
2 Vegan Cranberry Walnut Cookies
Holday Basket B – $18
6 Holiday Rum balls
1 Snowflake Molasses Cookie
1 Vegan Pineapple Coconut Cookie
1 Vegan Cranberry Walnut Cookie
1 bag of Gourmet Caramel Candies (Assorted flavors – Gville Sweets)
Where: Citizens Co-op
Come enjoy a Tasty Tasting of the fairest, purest, localist, humanely raised meat currently available for sale at the Co-op.
Tasting is Free. Get it while it's HOT!
Pasture Prime Page:
Join us for Sunday Tailgate Markets, 2-5pm.
Market Vendors include: Swallowtail Farm, Om Shanti Farm, & Gville Sweets – offering everything from baked goods to fresh pear juice to Burmese prepared meals.
Want to sell your goods? .
October 31st, 3-8pm
Free activities for Kids & Adults!
- Face painting
- Pumpkin Decorating
- Live Music – Ricky Kendall & Local Sting Instruments
- Costume Contest – $50 Grand Prize
- Coffee Tasting with Tree City Roasters 5-8pm
Home-made Caramel Apples, & Swamphead Beer for Adults
Sweet Treats for sale from several local artisans
Would you like to ? Earn Food Discounts & Free Beer for helping.
Board of Directors Nominations
Board Nominee Panel – August 29th – 6 to 8pm at the Downtown Library Meeting Room A.
Once again it is time for our membership to submit nominations for our Board of Directors. All nominees will need to fill out a questionnaire and be reviewed by a committee. We are looking for nominees that reflect the vision & spirit of the co-op, as well as any experience in business, non-profit organizations, food enterprises, or any other qualities that reflect cooperation, entrepreneurship, and/or socially conscious values..
Board Member Duties include a monthly board meeting, email & phone communication, co-op education and workshops, and participation towards the success of the co-op marketplace.
Open seats include:
- Shopper-Member Representative
- Producer-Member Representative
- 2 At-Large Seats
This is an important time for members to take an active role in the continued development and success of Citizen’s Co-op. …
Sunday, April 10 · 12:00pm - 9:00pm TO FEATURE HUDOST, LEVEK AND OTHER LOCAL BANDS ALONG WITH FARM TO PLATE DINNER, LOCAL FOOD, WORKSHOPS and HEALING ARTSRead More
The Co-op is sponsoring a series of documentaries at the Civic Media Center, 433 South Main, leading up to our grand store opening. Join us on the following Monday Evenings at 7pm for a great film, popcorn, & connecting.
Mar 14th, 7pm: Fresh With presentation from Cognito Farms to follow.
Mar 21st, 7pm: Greenhorns As part of Cinema Verde Film Fest
Mar 28th, 7pm: Dirt With presentation from The Herb Garden to follow on soil building.
April 11th, 7pm:
WHAT’S ORGANIC ABOUT “ORGANIC?” delves into the debates that arise when a grassroots agricultural movement evolves into a booming international market. As the film moves from farm fields to government meetings to industry trade shows, we see the hidden costs of conventional agriculture. We also see how our health, the health of our planet, and the agricultural needs of our society are all intimately connected. The film compels us to look forward, towards a new vision for our culture and encourages us to ask, “How can we eat with an ecological consciousness?”
New: Meet the Filmmakers!! With a presentation from FOG’s Social Justice Program to follow.
$5-$10 suggested donation to benefit the CMC and Co-op jointly.
Wednesday, February 23rd, 7pm
At the Downtown Library, Meeting Room A
- Meet the entire Board and Management Team
- Hear a progress report & ask questions
- We’ll announce the date of our Grand Opening!
- Take a Member Poll on what the store will carry (will be available online)
- Learn about some new & exciting Member Benefits
- Bring along a Friend to sign up or learn more
Be a part of our Kickstarter
We’ll be at the Co-op this Sunday, January 30th at 1pm filming for our Kickstarter video, our latest fundraising effort. Please come out and join us.
Our mural painters will also be hard at work from 10am-4pm, and could use a hand if you have a steady one.
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