November 2012

There are no events scheduled for this month.

Events At Nearby Stores

The Whole Kid’s Cooking Class (Kid’s Club Event)
Saturday, August 23rd
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Whole Foods Market - Lifestyle Center, FREE!

Attention foodie parents grab the kids and make your way to our Lifestyle Center for our Whole Kid’s Cooking Class!  Join Chef Lenning as he teaches you and the little ones some quick and easy recipes perfect for their little hands to make.  Have fun and enjoy!  Registration is required, only a limited amount of seats available, don’t wait register today! 

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Attention foodie parents grab the kids and make your way to our Lifestyle Center for our Whole Kid’s Cooking Class!  Join Chef Lenning as he teaches you and the little ones some quick and easy rec

Vino Wednesday
Wednesday, August 27th
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Wine Department, $3 per person donation to the Whole Kid’s Foundation®

We know how hard getting through the middle of the week can sometimes be.  Stop by our Wine Department to sample a variety of wines to help take the edge off.  Discover new favorites to finish the end of the week with.

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We know how hard getting through the middle of the week can sometimes be.  Stop by our Wine Department to sample a variety of wines to help take the edge off.  Discover new favorites to finish the

Ancient Grains, Seeds and Legumes – Millet
Thursday, August 28th
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Whole Foods Market - Lifestyle Center, FREE!

Take a step back in time to enjoy another one of those ancient grains that has been making its way back into the modern American diet.  Millet is the name given to a variety of different small-seeded grains that stem from the grass family Poaceae.  Archeological evidence dates cultivation as far back as 8,300 BCE in different parts of Asia.  Join Chef Lenning to learn more about this highly nutritious naturally gluten-free grain, while he prepares some creative dishes for you to sample.

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Take a step back in time to enjoy another one of those ancient grains that has been making its way back into the modern American diet.  Millet is the name given to a variety of different small-see