Coops offers free to low cost community events & classes.
Our aim is to share opportunities that spark inspiration while forming deeper connection to each other and our environment.
Bee Keeping 101
Time: After Market - 1ish
“A day in the Hive”
Interested in the world of bees? Want to see if bees are for you? Just curious & want to be mesmerized by thousands of bees? Join Tom, from @babcocksapiary, our honey vendor, for a hands on, interactive live peak into the buzzing life of bees.
What you will learn:
•hands on experience
•how to start your own hive
•learn how to light a smoker
•how a bee hive works
•dos & dont’s of bee handling
•enjoy the beauty of our food pollinators
What to bring:
No open toed shoes
Tip: the color white calms the bees
There is 1 women’s & 1 men’s bee suit available or you can bring your own.
Continued education: Following the beekeepers season
Join Tom in checking the hive health and keeping records of bee activity.
There will be discussion before & after hive checkup.
When: every 2 weeks, after Coops market • 1:15 pm
Length of class: check up class lasts 10-15 minutes
Free to our community
All bee classes are open to children with an adult.
Outdoors location. Meet by the kitchen in the main coop.
Welcome, Eva Paxton, to our Coops Family. Eva has been a helping hand since day 1, this year we are ecstatic to announce she will offer our community with her thoughtful & grounding energy with an all levels vinyasa yoga class!
Time: 12-12:45 pm
Held in Healing Center
Meet by Kids Kitchen to walk as a group.
Held in the Healing Center. Meet in kids area next to the kitchen.
A kids spring favorite last year!
Elisha always offers a caring and mindful experience for our little ones.