Coos Head Food Co-op Calendar of Events

Hot off the press - The September Calendar is here!

In light of COVID-19 please refer to for Coos Head Food Co-Op Guidelines for employees and shoppers.

Farmstead Bread delivers fresh baked bread every Tuesday & Friday at 5:00 PM, 

Empire Bakery delivers fresh baked bread every Wednesday and Friday.

Ladybread Bakery delivers fresh baked bread every Wednesday & Saturday.

-You can now view an updated version of Coos Head Food Co-Op's bread schedule at

- Coos Head Food Co-Op is now offering curbside pickup Monday thru Friday excluding Wednesdays. All orders must be submitted between 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM and pick up is between 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM. If you would like to utilize our curbside pickup, please send all orders via email to or

- The Coos Bay Downtown Association will host the Wednesday Farmers Market in Downtown Coos Bay. The Market will be held every Wednesday through October 27th, from 9am until 2pm.

The Market features vendors that provide the community with fresh locally grown produce, eggs, honey, meat, baked goods, roasted coffee, ready-to-eat food, and more. This weekly popular event strives to bring high-quality, Oregon-produced items to the historic downtown atmosphere neighboring Highway 101.

Covid-19 Restrictions may still be active at the start of the market. For more information on how to be a vendor, visit their website:

- September we kick starting our Round Up for Change program here at the Co-op, with hosting a Round Up for The Safe Project. Funds raised will directly support The Safe Project mission to create a society where domestic violence and sexual assault are not tolerated; to promote a culture that respects, supports, and empowers survivors while holding abusers accountable.

What is a CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, Consumers (you) directly supporting a local producer (FARMER) Myrtle Glen Farm & Valley Flora Farm

- September 3rd, 2021: National Food Bank Day, did you know the Co-op has a Donation Bin for South Coast Food Share?

- September 5th-11, 2021: National Suicide Prevention Week

National Suicide Prevention Week

September 5-11

People have become increasingly comfortable talking about their mental health, particularly this past year. But the topic of suicide - when it comes up - is still scary for many people to think about.

It's time to deepen the conversation.

Some are afraid that by asking someone if they're having thoughts of suicide, it will put the idea in their head, or push them to take their lives. (Which research shows is not true.) Some are worried that they won't know what to do, or how to help, if the person tells them, "Yes - I am thinking about suicide."

It's only by learning more about what leads someone to suicide, the ways we can help to prevent it, and what resources are available - and not being afraid to ask when we're worried about someone, or for help when we need it ourselves - that we can empower our communities to address this leading cause of death.

We all have mental health. It's time we take the next step, ask more deeply about what someone is experiencing, and if we need it, find help together.

Together, we can help #StopSuicide

- September 8th, 2021, your local Coos Head Food Co-op will be doing a Popup Co-op at the Coos Bay Farmers Market. If you would like to volunteer at our booth, please signup using our online application at


- Board of Directors Monthly Meeting every third Thursday of each month. For more information please feel free to contact

-Coos Bay Public Library and Coos Head Food Co-Op would like to invite the community to join in on the virtual cooking segments "Community Cooking with the Co-Op." We introduce community members to cooking with ingredients that they aren't familiar with and encourage stepping outside of their comfort zones. Together, we are able to engage each other and our community via zoom, while unable to meet in person. Virtually we are able to all cook, laugh, learn and eat together.

Next Event: Thursday, September 23rd at 5:30PM- Jamar aims to provide safe, easy, and healthy recipes to create at home. Join us virtually for this fun community event!

This event is FREE and open to everyone. For ingredients and access, please register by going to

Join us virtually for this fun community event - we will be hosting a cooking class every 4th Thursday of each month. For more information please visit: or contact Paul Addis

Community Collaboration:
Here at your local Coos Head Food Co-op, we have started collecting shelf stable items for South Coast Food Share, all donations can be turned into the donation bin located by the cashier station in front of the store. Oregon Coast Community Action