Wishing our community a very happy Pride month! On the outside of Seward Co-op buildings, we proudly say “Everyone Welcome.” Throughout our nearly 50 year history and into the present, our goal has been to create space that is comfortable and safe for everyone to gather, work, and shop. We at Seward Co-op welcome opportunities…
Join the co-op in celebrating the survival and resilience of Indigenous people by learning more about Indigenous foods.
Celebrate the life and work of Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr at Powderhorn Park on Monday, Jan. 21, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. This free event features local performers, artists and a community meal. The first 200 kids will receive a free book thanks to Lerner Publications, Beaver’s Pond Press and Magers & Quinn Booksellers! EntertainmentThe… Read More →
Seasonal celebrations are in full swing and in this spirit, we’re hosting a photo contest. To enter, send us a picture of your seasonal celebration with a brief description, however it is defined. Whether it’s events with family or friends, an activity that connects people to history or cultural heritage, or a prized possession, we’d… Read More →
Once the domain of grandmothers, canning as a means of preserving the harvest has been making a huge comeback. If you enjoy eating in season, this is the way to enjoy the bounty of the harvest all year long. Just imagine popping open a fresh jar of garden vegetable tomato sauce to pour over your… Read More →
On Saturday, Aug. 15, Seward Co-op hosted its career fair in the Sabathani Community Center, across the street from the future Friendship store. The fair was an immense success, with nearly 400 people attending to participate in interviews with Seward Co-op managers and to learn about working at the co-op. The co-op promoted the event… Read More →