August/September Rollin' Oats Journal

August is Eat Local Month here at Linden Hills Co-op. In addition to the myriad of great saving you can find in store, you can also lean about a few of our local vendors in this month’s newsletter.

Check out our fall class schedule, and read about the upcoming changes to your favorite co-op publication, the Rollin’ Oats Journal.

Read all this and more…

Thanksgiving is Around the Corner

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Stop in today and order everything you need for a fantastic meal. Choose from a premium selection of local turkeys; like an organic variety from Larry Schultz Farm or a fresh and natural turkey from Kadejan. Also, make sure to add pies to your shopping list; there are several gluten free options to consider. Then stock up on grocery staples to get you through another wonderful holiday!

Thanksgiving Hours:
Wednesday, November 27th – 8 am to 9 pm
Thursday, November 28th – CLOSED Thanksgiving Day
Friday, November 29th – 8 am to 9 pm

October/November Rollin' Oats Journal


Details of this year’s annual meeting are announced – be sure to RSVP early to reserve your seat! Also in this issue, celebrate Fair Trade Month with Alaffia Skincare founder Olowo-n’djo and find out what new things Equal Exchange is up to. Be sure to check out the 2013 Co-op Board of Directors election ballot where you can read the profiles of the Board nominees and green patch groups before you place your vote.

Download the PDF version of the October/November Rollin’ Oats Journal

Vote for Your Board of Directors

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Help shape the future of your co-op! Vote in the annual board of directors election to select three new board members and two green patch groups.

Vote online or by filling out a paper ballot available at the voting station across from Customer Service.

Voting closes at 9 p.m. on Thursday, October 24. Election results will be announced at the conclusion of the annual owner meeting.

Register for Summer Classes Now!

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Days are nice and long and our gardens are starting to green up – summer’s on its way! We’ve got a great line up of classes this season featuring classes about cheese making, healthy cooking, summer skincare and more. Click below to download our schedules.

August Classes

September Classes

Please pre-register for classes by calling our customer service desk at 612-922-1159 to pay by credit card.

Dry Bulk Goods 10% OFF on August 15th!


Have Seven Sundays Muesli for breakfast, refill your spice cabinet, stock up on baking supplies, and try that new trail mix. On Thursday, August 15th all dry bulk goods will be 10% OFF! This includes baking supplies, nuts, herbs, spices, teas, coffee, and dried fruit.

Fresh Local Produce 10% OFF on August 22nd!


The local harvest is in full swing! Celebrate Eat Local Month and take 10% OFF all fresh local produce on Thursday, August 22nd.

Eat Local in August


The local foods movement has taken root nationwide. Where other trends have come and gone, the local foods movement is stronger than ever, fueled by a growing desire for transparency in food production practices, knowing where our food dollars are going, and the sheer delight of eating a freshly-picked tomato.

At Linden Hills we are featuring all of our favorite local vendors all month long.

Where's Waldo? He's at LHC!

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Waldo, the iconic children’s book character, has just turned twenty-five. And where has Waldo been after all these years? Well, this July he’ll be right here in Minneapolis. Linden Hills Co-op has teamed up with Wild Rumpus Bookstore and 24 other local businesses to play Where’s Waldo Local.

Come on in and pick up your Waldo Passport and of course to find Waldo! The more Waldo’s you find the more prizes you can win. Visit Wild Rumpus Bookstore to get the scoop on all the prizes you can win.

2013 Eat Local Farm Tour

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It’s almost time for the 3rd annual Eat Local Farm Tour on July 20th!
This self guided tour gives you an opportunity to visit 18 local farms stretching from North Branch down to St. Peter, but also includes three new urban farms in Minneapolis if you don’t feel like traveling far. During the tour you will have the opportunity to walk the fields, talk with the farmers and producers, milk goats, and even try samples of their produce, cheeses and maybe wine if you are lucky.