News & Events
News & Events
Paso Food Co-op will be exhibiting at the Home & Gourmet Expo on Saturday, August 26 from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. & Sunday, August 27 from 10:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. Come by to hear about the Co-Op and our mission to build a member-owned community food market featuring local products. We will have a food demo as well on Aug 27 at 11:15 a.m. that will include a dish from local producers. Admission is FREE! Wine tasting is $5.
Home and Gourmet Expo
Paso Robles Event Center
2198 Riverside Ave, Paso Robles, CA 93446
The Tibetan Monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery are coming once again to the Central Coast for their Scared Art Tour. Please join the Paso Food Co-op on Saturday, August 26, at 9 am., for their Daily Mindfulness Walk at the Park Gazebo. We will walk with the monks back to Earthtones Gifts, Gallery & Center for Healing where they will be creating the Medicine Buddha Mandala. We will have the opportunity to speak about the value and mission of the Co-op and hopefully to have the Co-op blessed by the monks. More information about their week in Paso Robles contact 805-238-4413. All are welcome to all events.
Our next Local Bites event will be at San Luis Sports Therapy in Downtown Paso Robles. Join us to learn all about their Nutrition Program...and how The Paso Food Co-op could be a great part of learning to eat healthier.
Details below or log on to our Facebook Event to stay updated.
Come out to Kiler Ridge Olive Farm on Sunday, July 16th from 1-5pm for a private tour of their farm and processing facility, and enjoy an olive oil tasting in their beautiful, sustainable tasting room! Hear about the Paso Food Co-Op and our mission to build a member-owned community food market featuring local products. Space is limited, so RSVP ASAP on our FB Event page.
Event details below:
1-1:30 pm Potluck
1:30-2 pm Paso Robles Food Co-op Presentation and Q&A
2-3:30 pm Olive Oil Production Tour
3:30-4:30 pm Olive Oil Tasting ($5/person)
4:30-5 pm Enjoy the evening
Kiler Ridge Olive Farm
1111 Kiler Canyon Rd, Paso Robles, CA 93446
This will be a family friendly potluck. We will discuss some co-op business. Members will elect the open Board of Directors positions. We will also have a special guest speaker, and on top of all that...we will have a great time!
Members and Non-Members are welcome!
Check out our Facebook Event for updates.
Join us on Saturday, June 10 at 2:00 pm at Grape Encounters Empourium in Atascadero for our next Local Bites event. Visit this amazing wine shop and enjoy sangria made with local fruit. Meet the owners, Dave and Annie Wilson and learn about their unique local wine shop. Hear about the Paso Food Co-Op and our mission to build a member-owned community food market featuring local products. Additional wine and food available for purchase. Check our Facebook Event for more information. THIS EVENT IS 21 & OLDER.
Grape Encounters Empourium
5816 Traffic Way, Atascadero, CA 93422
Join us at our next Local Bites Event at The Groves on 41, we will be having a raffle and a tour of the beautiful facility. You don't want to miss out!
RSVP to our FB Event for updates!
Join us at D'Anbino's for a free concert on Thursday May 11th at 6:00 p.m. We will have music, wine and food. Come and learn more about the Paso Food Co-op. We are going to have a great time with the Erin Inglish Band and Kendra McKinley. Local Food Truck Shave N' Flav we be providing delicious food for purchase. See you at 710 Pine St, Paso Robles, CA 93446.
Donations for the band will be accepted; food and wine for purchase.
More info on these excellent bands here:
Insightful songwriting, lush harmony singing, and fearless picking, this act features the award-winning songwriting of California banjo chanteuse Erin Inglish (expressive, sassy, dynamic banjo; lush and raw power-house vocals) galvanized by the soaring harmonies, tenacious solos and gritty rhythmic drive of her "Blues-grass" band. Luminous musicianship and rhythmic groove, Erin Inglish Band presents a high-energy, entertaining, positively-charged act - steeped with harmonies and instrumental prowess on the banjo accompanied by percussion, guitar, bass, and a rotating collective of guest minstrels. (https://erininglish.com/)
Kendra McKinley perceives a song like a painter views a blank canvas: an opportunity to expand an audience’s mind, to wash their thoughts in brilliant hues of blue and violet, scarlet reds and effusive orange. Inspired by the past but not chained to it, McKinley’s music spans the diverse spectrum of pop music. She echoes the intricate vocal arrangements crafted by Brian Wilson, fractures the narrow definitions of a genre like St. Vincent, and recognizes storytelling as the key aspect of a great tune the way the best singer-songwriters have for generations. (http://www.kendramckinley.com/)
If you didn't hear it live, click the link below and listen to the President of the PRFC, Greg Ellis-Valencia talk with local radio host, Dave Congalton.
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