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Harvest season is upon us, and with it comes a time to gather together to connect with loved ones and community members. Harvest Celebrations, in particular, are a great way to celebrate the diversity within our community and learn about cultures and different rituals. Whether we take this time to pay tribute to ancestors or reconnect with cultural customs, food can unite people in celebration of inclusivity, generosity, and gratitude. Let’s make it a practice to acknowledge and honor the multitude of ways to celebrate the harvest each fall.
Throughout the month of November, SEED round-ups support the Division of Indian Work, which offers culturally-based programming and includes their Horizons Unlimited Food Shelf, a vibrant Youth Leadership Development Program, and their Minozekwedaa Traditional Foods Program, which provides healthy Indigenous meals to program participants, staff, and community.
Seward Co-op is ready to help you plan a delicious gathering for any group – large and small, family and friends. We have you covered whether you plan to cook a scratch-made feast, utilize smart shortcuts to cut down on kitchen time, or pre-order catering for an easy and stress-free meal.
For more information about Seward Co-op’s Harvest Season activities, go to seward.coop/celebrate-the-harvest-season or visit Seward Friendship, located at 317 E 38th Street in Minneapolis. The Seward Co-op is open 8 a.m.-10 p.m. daily, or shop online at https://seward.coop/togo.