This weekend: Last call for pumpkins! Squash. It. Up.

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This weekend: Last call for pumpkins! Squash. It. Up.

October is Co-op Month

Every October, folks from all over celebrate cooperatives. Co-op grocery stores (like us!), farmer cooperatives (Organic Valley, Cabot Creamery), worker cooperatives (BreadHive, Equal Exchange), credit unions (Great Erie Federal Credit Union) and beyond. We all benefit from the power of people working together: building connections, empowering owners, and creating businesses that are reflective of and benefit their communities.

Together, we’ve created something that serves our families, neighbors and the WNY region. That goes for our store that we shop in and the people we’ve connected to by being in business together.Thank you owners – you’re a part of something to be proud of!

And, Crock-toberfest!?
Lexington Co-op can slow cook with the rest of ’em. Check out their latest crockpot recipes for Apple BBQ Pulled Pork, Sweet Potato Lentils and more – plus get in on the game with Slow Cooker Lasagna or – get this – Slow Cooker Walnut Brownies.

 

Pumpkin SALE
We’re telling the pumpkins to ship out. Carving pumpkins are just $2.99, and Fenton Farm’s sweet heirloom pumpkins are down to $4.99 each. The heirlooms look killer stacked on the stoop or make a fun centerpiece. For the carvers, three words: pumpkin carving contest. Do it! Load up the porch for a screamin’ deal while supplies last!

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Co-op Highchair!
The cafe is proudly sportin’ some handy new seating for our youngest owners. Thanks for the suggestions, may you use it for many great meals!

Fresh Art
MUSEjar led us in a community harvest art project at our Grand Opening last month, and the results are IN! Super local art by young co-opers in the cafe. Framed and hung by Meibohm Fine Arts!

Winter Squash
Local winter squash from Fenton’s Farm in Batavia is on sale for everyone – 69 cents/lb for butternut and all its friends. Check out the co-op squash guide here.

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