Art at the Co-op
The Moscow Food Co-op is a proud participant in Moscow’s Artwalk, a yearly art festival where artwork by local and regional artists is displayed in more than 30 participating businesses. This year the Co-op welcomes artist Kelly Price of Sandpoint, Idaho who will display her art in the Co-op’s deli gallery. The opening reception is from 5-6:30 p.m., Friday, August 2. Her work will be on display through Wednesday, September 11.
For more information, contact Co-op art coordinator Annie Hubble at 208-882-8537.
The Moscow Food Co-op has designed several events and activities with families with children in mind. The Co-op is committed to creating space and time for growing families on the Palouse.
Mamas + Papas of the Palouse
Learn about using mindfulness for life and parenthood with Kirstene Petterson from 9:30am-11:00am, Saturday, August 3 at the Uma Center, located at 414 S. Jefferson in Moscow. The Mamas + Papas of the Palouse is group for expecting parents and parents with kids up to two years old. Meet for conversation and informal talks by experienced parents and experts. For more information about Mamas + Papas, contact Max Newland by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 208-882-8537 ext. 222.
Children and their caregivers are welcome for the following Co-op Kids activities. Co-op Kids meets weekly and all events are all free, with snacks and materials donated by the Moscow Food Co-op. Co-op Kids is held every Tuesday from 9-10 a.m. at the Moscow Food Co-op deli seating area unless otherwise noted.
• August 6: Playdoh
• August 13: Making music with Heather
• August 20: Friendship Square
• August 27: Counting Fun
For more information contact email@example.com or 208-882-8537 ext. 222.
Good Food Book Club
The Co-op’s Good Food Book Club will meet from 4-5:30 p.m., Sunday, August 25 at a private residence (email firstname.lastname@example.org for directions) to discuss “Save Me the Plums” by Ruth Reichl. The book is available at BookPeople where Co-op owners receive 15% discount on the cost of the Good Food Book Club book.
Food for Thought Film Series
The Moscow Food Co-op is proud to present “Paris to Pittsburgh” for the Food for Thought Film Series. The free film will be shown beginning at 7:00pm, Wednesday, August 28 at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, 508 S. Main St. in downtown Moscow.
The Moscow Food Co-op invites the public to a Back-to-School party from 3:00pm-5:00pm, Friday, August 30 at the Co-op
on Campus, located at 822 Elm St. across from the Hello Walk on the U of I campus. Sample free food and beer,
and enter to win prizes in a raffle drawing.
The Moscow Food Co-op
The Moscow Food Co-op was established in 1973 by friends Rod Davis, Jim Eagan, and Dave and Katie Mosel. We are guided by our 7,700 owners and welcome anyone to shop in our store. We are governed by a democratically elected nine-member Board. Both the story of our Moscow Food Co-op’s past and future are rooted in the cooperative values and principles as expressed through the International Cooperative Alliance. For more than 45 years we have promoted our cooperative identity by being good stewards of the earth and each other. Through providing healthy food, we have created a healthier planet and a stronger, healthier community. We have built our cooperative community based on the recognition that we are stronger together. As noted by the International Cooperative Alliance, "Co-operatives are based on the values of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity. In the tradition of their founders, co-operative members believe in the ethical values of honesty,
openness, social responsibility, and caring for others." The Moscow Food Co-op is located at 121 E. Fifth St. and on campus at 822 Elm St. in Moscow, Idaho, and is open every day from 7:00am-9:00pm.