July 2013

Wed
10
ScrapKins: recycled, hands-on art program for kids!
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ on the patio
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ScrapKins: recycled, hands-on art program for kids!
Wednesday, July 10th
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
on the patio, $3/child

Come see us on Wednesdays for hands-on arts and crafts for kids ages 5-12! Drop in anytime between 1-3; most projects will take about 45 min- 1 hour to complete. It's a great time to get your weekly grocery shopping completed! (*Children under the age of 7 require a guardian to be present.) Sign up for one, or the entire series, by calling Guest Services at 503-639-6500. See the complete schedule below! 

 

June 19: Buzz Buzz Buzz! Inside a Bee Colony.

            What all the buzz about? We find ourselves immersed in a bee colony this week.  We will learn what it is like to be a bee and some summer fun they have.  We even will get to create our very own bee colony that you can take home.

 

June 26: Musical Snakes!

            Have you ever wanted to be in a band or make music?  Ever wondered how a snake got his rattle? Well, this week we will combine the two and make a 'Shake a Snake' and create a summer camp band!

 

*** NO CLASS JULY 3rd

 

July 10: Even Bats Can Have Fun!

Summer is the time for fun, what are some activities or some places that you go to in the summer to have fun? Did you ever wonder what animals do for fun, how about bats? Come 'hang' out this week, were we will become bats and learn how to have fun on summer nights.

 

July 17: Making Summer Reading Fun.     

Lets read about some animals this week, but before we do that we need something to keep our place. We will make a page peeker bookmark that will help us always find our place while reading this summer.

 

July 24: Birds Ahoy!

            Summer is the perfect time to bird watch, but how might you ask can we attract birds to watch? This week we will be making birdfeeders that we can set up in our own backyard so we can bird watch any day! We might even get to see some during camp!

 

July 31: Lets start a garden!

            Our summer camp starts out with all things green! We will learn about how gardens work and what you need to do to make them grow and flourish. We will even start our own seedlings that you can take home and start your own garden.

 

Aug 7: Veggies to the rescue!

            Continuing with our green theme, come hang out this week and write your very own lunchtime comics featuring our favorite fruits or vegetables. We will also be creating our own book binding to publish our comics in! Let your imagination grow this week and decide how you will feature your favorite healthy snacks.

 

Aug 14: Build Your Own Garden

            This week we can bring the garden to us. Do you live in an apartment or a small place where you can’t plant something in the ground? Well we are going to make our very own bottle planter that you can put anywhere!

  

Aug 21: When Veggie Monsters Attack!

            Lets turn everyday household items into our very own tube monsters or veggie friends.  You can decide if there are veggie monsters out there and can turn your favorite fruit or vegetable into something fun.  We will create these and learn about fruits and vegetables of the rainbow this week at summer camp.

 

Aug. 28:  Summer's Ending But the Fun Does Not!

            Even though this is the last week of camp this does not mean the end of fun.  We will make our very own letters and envelopes that you can send to your principal, state senator, or even the Whole Kids Foundation to ask for your very own garden or salad bar in your school.  Whatever you write we will make sure your letter gets mailed and to the proper person!

 

 

 

 

Thu
11
Twitter Chat: Local Favorites
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Online
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Twitter Chat: Local Favorites
Thursday, July 11th
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Online, Free

Local produce, local bread, local cheese - come and share your stories of the local artisans and products you most enjoy. We'll chat about how you find great local products and how to support those that produce them. Follow #wfmdish to join the conversation from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm CST.

Thu
11
Easy Summertime Entertaining
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Salud Room
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Easy Summertime Entertaining
Thursday, July 11th
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Salud Room, $20/person

Cooking Coach, Lauren, and Wine Specialist, Annie, like to spend time outdoors in the summertime, and not be in the kitchen for hours on end. Discover how to entertain without the fuss! Learn impressive toss-together crowd-pleasers and taste the wines that go well with them. Be prepared to leave the class inspired and satiated! Space is limited, Sign up today by calling Guest Services at 503-639-6500.

Fri
12
ONE DAY SALE: Swordfish Fillets
12:00 AM @ Seafood Department
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ONE DAY SALE: Swordfish Fillets
Friday, July 12th
12:00 AM
Seafood Department, $14.99/lb

Great for the grill! Swordfish fillets are on sale this Friday ONLY!

Wed
17
ScrapKins: recycled, hands-on art program for kids!
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ on the patio
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ScrapKins: recycled, hands-on art program for kids!
Wednesday, July 17th
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
on the patio, $3/child

Come see us on Wednesdays for hands-on arts and crafts for kids ages 5-12! Drop in anytime between 1-3; most projects will take about 45 min- 1 hour to complete. It's a great time to get your weekly grocery shopping completed! (*Children under the age of 7 require a guardian to be present.) Sign up for one, or the entire series, by calling Guest Services at 503-639-6500. See the complete schedule below! 

 

June 19: Buzz Buzz Buzz! Inside a Bee Colony.

            What all the buzz about? We find ourselves immersed in a bee colony this week.  We will learn what it is like to be a bee and some summer fun they have.  We even will get to create our very own bee colony that you can take home.

 

June 26: Musical Snakes!

            Have you ever wanted to be in a band or make music?  Ever wondered how a snake got his rattle? Well, this week we will combine the two and make a 'Shake a Snake' and create a summer camp band!

 

*** NO CLASS JULY 3rd

 

July 10: Even Bats Can Have Fun!

Summer is the time for fun, what are some activities or some places that you go to in the summer to have fun? Did you ever wonder what animals do for fun, how about bats? Come 'hang' out this week, were we will become bats and learn how to have fun on summer nights.

 

July 17: Making Summer Reading Fun.     

Lets read about some animals this week, but before we do that we need something to keep our place. We will make a page peeker bookmark that will help us always find our place while reading this summer.

 

July 24: Birds Ahoy!

            Summer is the perfect time to bird watch, but how might you ask can we attract birds to watch? This week we will be making birdfeeders that we can set up in our own backyard so we can bird watch any day! We might even get to see some during camp!

 

July 31: Lets start a garden!

            Our summer camp starts out with all things green! We will learn about how gardens work and what you need to do to make them grow and flourish. We will even start our own seedlings that you can take home and start your own garden.

 

Aug 7: Veggies to the rescue!

            Continuing with our green theme, come hang out this week and write your very own lunchtime comics featuring our favorite fruits or vegetables. We will also be creating our own book binding to publish our comics in! Let your imagination grow this week and decide how you will feature your favorite healthy snacks.

 

Aug 14: Build Your Own Garden

            This week we can bring the garden to us. Do you live in an apartment or a small place where you can’t plant something in the ground? Well we are going to make our very own bottle planter that you can put anywhere!

  

Aug 21: When Veggie Monsters Attack!

            Lets turn everyday household items into our very own tube monsters or veggie friends.  You can decide if there are veggie monsters out there and can turn your favorite fruit or vegetable into something fun.  We will create these and learn about fruits and vegetables of the rainbow this week at summer camp.

 

Aug. 28:  Summer's Ending But the Fun Does Not!

            Even though this is the last week of camp this does not mean the end of fun.  We will make our very own letters and envelopes that you can send to your principal, state senator, or even the Whole Kids Foundation to ask for your very own garden or salad bar in your school.  Whatever you write we will make sure your letter gets mailed and to the proper person!

 

 

 

 

Wed
24
ScrapKins: recycled, hands-on art program for kids!
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ on the patio
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ScrapKins: recycled, hands-on art program for kids!
Wednesday, July 24th
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
on the patio, $3/child

Come see us on Wednesdays for hands-on arts and crafts for kids ages 5-12! Drop in anytime between 1-3; most projects will take about 45 min- 1 hour to complete. It's a great time to get your weekly grocery shopping completed! (*Children under the age of 7 require a guardian to be present.) Sign up for one, or the entire series, by calling Guest Services at 503-639-6500. See the complete schedule below! 

 

June 19: Buzz Buzz Buzz! Inside a Bee Colony.

            What all the buzz about? We find ourselves immersed in a bee colony this week.  We will learn what it is like to be a bee and some summer fun they have.  We even will get to create our very own bee colony that you can take home.

 

June 26: Musical Snakes!

            Have you ever wanted to be in a band or make music?  Ever wondered how a snake got his rattle? Well, this week we will combine the two and make a 'Shake a Snake' and create a summer camp band!

 

*** NO CLASS JULY 3rd

 

July 10: Even Bats Can Have Fun!

Summer is the time for fun, what are some activities or some places that you go to in the summer to have fun? Did you ever wonder what animals do for fun, how about bats? Come 'hang' out this week, were we will become bats and learn how to have fun on summer nights.

 

July 17: Making Summer Reading Fun.     

Lets read about some animals this week, but before we do that we need something to keep our place. We will make a page peeker bookmark that will help us always find our place while reading this summer.

 

July 24: Birds Ahoy!

            Summer is the perfect time to bird watch, but how might you ask can we attract birds to watch? This week we will be making birdfeeders that we can set up in our own backyard so we can bird watch any day! We might even get to see some during camp!

 

July 31: Lets start a garden!

            Our summer camp starts out with all things green! We will learn about how gardens work and what you need to do to make them grow and flourish. We will even start our own seedlings that you can take home and start your own garden.

 

Aug 7: Veggies to the rescue!

            Continuing with our green theme, come hang out this week and write your very own lunchtime comics featuring our favorite fruits or vegetables. We will also be creating our own book binding to publish our comics in! Let your imagination grow this week and decide how you will feature your favorite healthy snacks.

 

Aug 14: Build Your Own Garden

            This week we can bring the garden to us. Do you live in an apartment or a small place where you can’t plant something in the ground? Well we are going to make our very own bottle planter that you can put anywhere!

  

Aug 21: When Veggie Monsters Attack!

            Lets turn everyday household items into our very own tube monsters or veggie friends.  You can decide if there are veggie monsters out there and can turn your favorite fruit or vegetable into something fun.  We will create these and learn about fruits and vegetables of the rainbow this week at summer camp.

 

Aug. 28:  Summer's Ending But the Fun Does Not!

            Even though this is the last week of camp this does not mean the end of fun.  We will make our very own letters and envelopes that you can send to your principal, state senator, or even the Whole Kids Foundation to ask for your very own garden or salad bar in your school.  Whatever you write we will make sure your letter gets mailed and to the proper person!

 

 

 

 

Thu
25
A Family Meal in Southern Italy: A journey through Apulia, Basilicata, Calabria & Sicily
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Salud Room
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A Family Meal in Southern Italy: A journey through Apulia, Basilicata, Calabria & Sicily
Thursday, July 25th
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Salud Room, $65/person

Join Blake Van Roekel, chef instructor from Good Keuken, for an exclusive hands-on cooking class for 10 guests that will culminate in 4 courses paired with wine. Sign up by calling Guest Services at 503-639-6500.

On the Menu:

Traditional Onion Flatbread of Mondello (Lo Sfincione di Mondello)

Stuffed Mussels of Apulia (Cozze Ripiene)

The True Caponata with Roasted Vegetables (La Vera Caponata con Verdura Arrostita)

Almond Cookie of Basilicata with Blueberry Granita (Copete con Granita)

Thu
25
Twitter Chat: Summer Parties
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Online
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Twitter Chat: Summer Parties
Thursday, July 25th
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Online, Free

Before summer fades into fall, be sure to make time for one last summer hurrah - or maybe even two or three. Let's chat about your favorite dishes, entertaining tips, and libations for sending summer off just right. Follow #WFMdish to join the conversation from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm CST.

Fri
26
ONE DAY SALE: Organic Chicken Breasts
12:00 AM @ Meat Department
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ONE DAY SALE: Organic Chicken Breasts
Friday, July 26th
12:00 AM
Meat Department, $3.99/lb

TODAY ONLY! Organic Chicken Breasts are $3.99/lb! Stock up and save!

Sat
27
Ice Cream Social
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Front of the store
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Ice Cream Social
Saturday, July 27th
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Front of the store, Free!

Join us for a company-wide ice cream social! Whether you scream for organic, local, non-GMO, or dairy alternatives, we've got you covered! Come on by for a delicious taste!

Wed
31
ScrapKins: recycled, hands-on art program for kids!
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ on the patio
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ScrapKins: recycled, hands-on art program for kids!
Wednesday, July 31st
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
on the patio, $3/child

Come see us on Wednesdays for hands-on arts and crafts for kids ages 5-12! Drop in anytime between 1-3; most projects will take about 45 min- 1 hour to complete. It's a great time to get your weekly grocery shopping completed! (*Children under the age of 7 require a guardian to be present.) Sign up for one, or the entire series, by calling Guest Services at 503-639-6500. See the complete schedule below! 

 

June 19: Buzz Buzz Buzz! Inside a Bee Colony.

            What all the buzz about? We find ourselves immersed in a bee colony this week.  We will learn what it is like to be a bee and some summer fun they have.  We even will get to create our very own bee colony that you can take home.

 

June 26: Musical Snakes!

            Have you ever wanted to be in a band or make music?  Ever wondered how a snake got his rattle? Well, this week we will combine the two and make a 'Shake a Snake' and create a summer camp band!

 

*** NO CLASS JULY 3rd

 

July 10: Even Bats Can Have Fun!

Summer is the time for fun, what are some activities or some places that you go to in the summer to have fun? Did you ever wonder what animals do for fun, how about bats? Come 'hang' out this week, were we will become bats and learn how to have fun on summer nights.

 

July 17: Making Summer Reading Fun.     

Lets read about some animals this week, but before we do that we need something to keep our place. We will make a page peeker bookmark that will help us always find our place while reading this summer.

 

July 24: Birds Ahoy!

            Summer is the perfect time to bird watch, but how might you ask can we attract birds to watch? This week we will be making birdfeeders that we can set up in our own backyard so we can bird watch any day! We might even get to see some during camp!

 

July 31: Lets start a garden!

            Our summer camp starts out with all things green! We will learn about how gardens work and what you need to do to make them grow and flourish. We will even start our own seedlings that you can take home and start your own garden.

 

Aug 7: Veggies to the rescue!

            Continuing with our green theme, come hang out this week and write your very own lunchtime comics featuring our favorite fruits or vegetables. We will also be creating our own book binding to publish our comics in! Let your imagination grow this week and decide how you will feature your favorite healthy snacks.

 

Aug 14: Build Your Own Garden

            This week we can bring the garden to us. Do you live in an apartment or a small place where you can’t plant something in the ground? Well we are going to make our very own bottle planter that you can put anywhere!

  

Aug 21: When Veggie Monsters Attack!

            Lets turn everyday household items into our very own tube monsters or veggie friends.  You can decide if there are veggie monsters out there and can turn your favorite fruit or vegetable into something fun.  We will create these and learn about fruits and vegetables of the rainbow this week at summer camp.

 

Aug. 28:  Summer's Ending But the Fun Does Not!

            Even though this is the last week of camp this does not mean the end of fun.  We will make our very own letters and envelopes that you can send to your principal, state senator, or even the Whole Kids Foundation to ask for your very own garden or salad bar in your school.  Whatever you write we will make sure your letter gets mailed and to the proper person!

 

 

 

 

Events At Nearby Stores

What's Brewing? Free Beer and Cider Sampling!
Wednesday, April 1st
12:00 AM
Specialty Department, Free

Join us for these free beer and cider sampling events in our Specialty Department! Must be age 21 or over with valid ID.

April

April 3, 4 - 7 pm  – Ninkasi
April 4, 1 - 4 pm – Coalition Brewing
April 10, 4 - 7 pm – Portland Cider Company
April 12, 1 - 4 pm – Apple Outlaw and Schilling Ciders
April 17, 4 - 7 pm – Nectar Creek Meads
April 25, 1 - 4 pm - Occidental Brewing

May

May 1, 4 - 7 pm – Eel River
May 2, 1 - 4 pm – Breakside
May 8, 4 - 7 pm – Mazama
May 10, 1 - 4 pm – Ninkasi
May 15, 4 - 7 pm – Hop Valley
May 16, 1 - 4 pm – Apple Outlaw and Schilling Ciders
May 22, 4 - 7 pm – New Belgium
May 23, 1 - 4 pm – Cascade Lakes
May 29, 3:30 - 5:30 – Hopworks

Join us for these free beer and cider sampling events in our Specialty Department! Must be age 21 or over with valid ID.

April

Storytime with Anita
Thursday, April 2nd
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Fremont, Free

Bring the little one and cozy up for storytime in the Whole Foods Market Fremont Cafe.

Bring the little one and cozy up for storytime in the Whole Foods Market Fremont Cafe.

Pelyang's Tibetan Momos
Thursday, April 2nd
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Hollywood, near the front entrance, $7

Every Thursday Pelyang pinches up the world’s finest vegetarian and meat Tibetan dumplings, called “Momo’s”! You’ll be begging for mo’ once you’ve tried them! Guaranteed deliciousness in every bite, only here at Hollywood.

Every Thursday Pelyang pinches up the world’s finest vegetarian and meat Tibetan dumplings, called “Momo’s”! You’ll be begging for mo’ once you’ve tried them!