September 2012

Thu
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Whole Body Store Opening!
12:00 AM @ Campbell
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Whole Body Store Opening!
Thursday, September 27th
12:00 AM
Campbell, FREE

Our Whole Body Department is moving next door! Our new Whole Body store will not only have all our supplements and body care products, but a spa where we’ll offer all-natural manicures and pedicures!  Come by for the grand opening—there will be vendor sampling and goody bags!  Come at 9:45am!

Events At Nearby Stores

Off the Grid Every Tuesday 5-9pm
Tuesday, September 2nd
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Whole Foods Market Cupertino Parking Lot, Prices Vary

Off the Grid is your roaming mobile food extravaganza -- bringing you delicious food, with free sides of music, craft and soul. Check out all your favorite gourmet food vendors in one place - creating markets like you've never seen before.  Every Tuesday evening from 5-9pm Whole Foods Market Cupertino will be hosting an Off the Grid in our parking lot for everyone to enjoy!

For more information about Off the Grid click here

Off the Grid is your roaming mobile food extravaganza -- bringing you delicious food, with free sides of music, craft and soul.

Friday Night Wine Walk
Friday, September 5th
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Whole Foods Market Fremont, $10 per person

Join us for a guided store tour featuring $15 and over wines paired with seasonal dishes. $10 per person includes food and wine samples. Must be 21 to participate. All wines $15 and over will be 20% off each! Purchase tickets at Customer Service. Two tours will be available including 6:30 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.

Join us for a guided store tour featuring $15 and over wines paired with seasonal dishes. $10 per person includes food and wine samples. Must be 21 to participate.

E-Waste Event for Hope Services
Saturday, September 6th
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Whole Foods Market Stevens Creek on the Patio, Free

E-Waste Event for HOPE

10 am to 3pm Free

Is your garage and storage filled with obsolete computers, old TVs, broken toasters, and other electronics?   Join us every first Saturday of the month and make space.  According to HOPE Services, “All materials donated will be safely recycled by State approved recycler ECS Recycling, nothing goes overseas, and will be used to create employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities. Visit www.hopeservices.com for more information.

 

Here is a list of electronic waste that will be accepted:

  • computers
  • monitors
  • computer cables
  • mice
  • keyboards
  • VCRs
  • faxes
  • radios
  • printers
  • telephones
  • televisions
  • CPUs
  • stereos
  • speakers
  • DVD players
  • cell phones
  • recorders

 

Location: Patio

No registration required

E-Waste Event for HOPE

10 am to 3pm Free