March 2013

There are no events scheduled for this month.

Events At Nearby Stores

Half Pint Kids Club: Seed Planting
Thursday, April 24th
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Whole Food Market Bethesda,

Now that we've passed the frost date for our area, we're ready to get planting. Today we'll be planting some garden favorites like marigolds, lettuce and other tasty treats. Snacks will be served. This class is perfect for kids ages 2 -5.

Register for the class with our Customer Service Desk at (301) 984-4860.

Now that we've passed the frost date for our area, we're ready to get planting. Today we'll be planting some garden favorites like marigolds, lettuce and other tasty treats.

The P-Pod Hour: April Showers Bring May Flowers
Thursday, April 24th
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
P Street Whole Foods Market, Free

An hour of singing, crafts, music, books and a nutritious snack for children ages 2- 5 years.

This class requires a parent or nanny to accompany a child! Sign up today, spaces are limited.

https://www.our-kids.com/?q=review/33429

RSVP Fadia. Jawdat@wholefoods.com

 

 

An hour of singing, crafts, music, books and a nutritious snack for children ages 2- 5 years.

The Stick Mob Band
Thursday, April 24th
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
P Street Whole Foods Market, Free

To celebrate our Kingman Island Bluegrass* Sponsorship, Think Local First DC  helped find this awesome band the Stick Band @theStickMob http://www.reverbnation.com/thestickmob

Stop on by! We’ve extended our Happy Hour tonight just so you can beer up.

*The fifth annual Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival presented by Whole Foods Market, two main stages of bluegrass and americana music with returning headliners, The Hackensaw Boys and more. The festival will celebrate local music, food, and culture as well as the revitalization of the Anacostia River. Whole Foods Markets in the area will be pre-selling tickets at the registers and encouraging a bike ride from our store with Bicycle Space to the festival.

To celebrate our Kingman Island Bluegrass* Sponsorship, Think Local First DC  helped fi