St. Patrick’s Themed Hot Bar
- Herb Crusted Parmesan Tilapia
- Corned Beef & Cabbage (local, Stone Cross Farms)
- Cabbage Steaks with Irish White Beans (Vegan)
- Veggie Shepherd's Pie
- Irish Sage Roasted Mushrooms
- Gorgonzola Blue Cheese Brussels
- Salt & Vinegar Roasted Potatoes
- Steamed Broccoli
- Good Foods Kale
- Irish Soda Bread
- Potato Leek Soup
- Cocoa Porter Beef Stew
Owner Town Hall Meeting
What is Chiropractic?
On The Table
Aromatherapy Blending and Crystals for Beginners
This class will teach you the basics of blending essential oils. Students will be able to make a unique roll-on blend for themselves or as a gift for a loved one. The class will discuss balancing fragrance notes and talk about the medicinal values of oils.
You'll also learn about crystals and the instructors will help you select a tumbled crystal with synergistic properties to the aromatherapy blend you make. Each student will leave the class with their hand-blended aromatherapy roll-on and a tumbled crystal, along with a small gift pouch for both. Essential oil blends and crystals will be hand picked by the student for a personal, one-of-a-kind gift for a loved one or themself. Class size will be limited to allow for one-on-one help from the instructors.
This class will utilize different oils and scents than our previous Aromatherapy blending classes, so repeat students are encouraged to take part!Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite or at the Co-op and are $23 for owners, $25 for general admission. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS: Charley Caudill and Breanna Kinman are Licensed Massage Therapists specializing in aromatherapy, and co-owners of White Willow Emporium on Walton Drive in Lexington.
April Sampling Saturday
Owner Appreciation Days
Owner Town Hall Meeting
Gardening for the Living Landscape
In this class participants will learn about what it takes to create a pollinator and wildlife garden. We will cover topics such as:
-What is a living landscape?
-How to choose plants for your garden and what to look for when purchasing
-How to attract bees, butterflies, and birds
-What are invasive plants and what we can do about them
Students will learn how to plant plants in their gardens that will benefit our pollinators- and to create something interesting humans will enjoy too!ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Katrina Kelly owns a landscape design business, EARTHeim, which specializes in using native plants to create pollinator and wildlife gardens. Katrina also teaches community classes through the OLLI program at UK. Tickets are $10 for general admission, $8 for Co-op owners, and can be purchased in-store at our Hospitality Desk or online at Eventbrite.
Annual Owners Meeting
More details to come!
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