Our summer newsletter is out. Member-owners – you should have received it in the mail, or anybody can pick up a copy in the store for their reading enjoyment!
We are pleased to announce the hiring of our new General Manager Chuck Parsons! Chuck comes to HPC with over 30 years of leadership and management experience as a Chef, Director of Operations, and a General Manager.
Turn your garden dreaming into reality – we still have some plants left to fill out your pots & plots – marked down to 99¢ each! Come by to see what you might still need to plant for food & flowers.
Mark your calendar for Saturday • May 12th • 11:00–3:00. Celebrate spring at Mayfest! More than just a plant sale – it's an outdoor extravaganza of music, Foxy Falafel food truck, Urban Growler beer stand, samples, community partners, activities for kiddos…
The 928 News spring newsletter issue is out! Members, you should have received it in the mail – and it's available for anyone to pick up in the store. Find great reading…
Where Passion Meets Purpose Through Community. We are a small store with a big heart. Are you – or do you know – the person to lead our values-driven cooperative community toward a sustainable future? NOTE: Application deadline was March 9, 2018.
What could be better than soup to comfort & nourish you? And we're rather famous for the house-made daily soups at our little corner store – plus our hot entrees. Perfect for a quick lunch, satisfying dinner, all day long…
Healthy new year! Whether you've been health conscious for a long time, or are just starting on your health journey, Hampden Park Co-op has the products you need to make this a delicious resolution every month!
Is one of your resolutions for the new year to clean up? We've got everything you need to do a house refresh – from DIY ingredients prepackaged and in bulk, to ready-made products from companies with environmental cred.
A nice way to end the year – sharing good groceries with the Goodness Giveaway drawing! Winning customer, Daniel Heist, takes possession of his cart filled with $75 worth of assorted Co+op Basics. And manager, Matt Hass, holds a check for $75 to donate to our local food shelf, Keystone Community Services.