Upcoming Co-op Events!

Wednesday, April 29th, 7:00 PM
Cookbook Club
East End Food Co-op
Café Seating Area

Do you spend hours perusing the cookbook section of your library, scrolling endlessly through food-centric Pinterest boards, and collecting recipes from friends and family? You are not alone! Connect with other local food lovers as we dive into some of our favorite cookbooks. Our Co-op welcomes gourmands and novice cooks alike to join us for the inaugural meeting of our Cookbook Club. We will brainstorm how the club should work and share homemade snacks, potluck style. Bring your ideas and a dish (along with a list of its ingredients) to share!

This event is FREE, but reservations are required. Call 412-242-3598 to reserve your spot!

Wednesday, May 6th, 6:30 PM
Pollinator Gardening
Penn State Master Gardeners
Carnegie Library of Homewood

Have you heard the news? Pollinator populations are dwindling and our flower gardens and food supply are at stake. Join the Penn State Master Gardeners to learn how to create a pollinator sanctuary in your own garden. These local experts will walk you through the basics of building and maintaining a pollinator garden and can even help you get your garden officially certified!

This event is FREE; just call 412-242-3598 to reserve your spot!

Wednesday, May 13th, 6:30 PM
Growing Advice from a Local Farmer
Chris Brittenburg, Who Cooks For You Farm
Carnegie Library of Homewood

If you’ve ever tried turnips from Who Cooks For You Farm, then you’ll agree that grower Chris Brittenburg knows how to produce good food. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to pick up some tips and tricks from a bona fide local farmer. Chris will discuss how to deal with pests, soil fertility, and season extension. Come talk gardening with one of our Co-op’s own local suppliers!

This event is FREE; just call 412-242-3598 to reserve your spot!

Wednesday, May 20th, 6:30 PM
Understanding USDA Dietary Guidelines
Paula Martin, MS, RDN, LDN, Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Library of Homewood

What can the USDA Dietary Guidelines tell us about environmental health and nutrition? How do these guidelines define sustainability? Carnegie Mellon University’s Director of Health Promotions Program, Paula Martin, will answer these questions and explain how consumers can use these guidelines to promote both personal and environmental health.

This event is FREE; just call 412-242-3598 to reserve your spot!

Wednesday, May 27th, 6:30 PM
DIY Green Cleaning Products
Rachel Breit, Naturally Clean
Carnegie Library of Homewood

It’s time for spring cleaning! This year avoid the harsh (and dangerous) toxins lurking in the many expensive commercial cleaners on the market by instead making your own. Join Rachel Breit of Naturally Clean to learn how to create safe, environmentally friendly, and effective household cleaners out of materials you probably have in your pantry right now.

This event is FREE; just call 412-242-3598 to reserve your spot!


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East End Food Co-op

7516 Meade Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
Market: 8am — 9pm
Café: 8am — 7pm


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