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If you’re sticking around this weekend (me too!), here’s something to add to your calendar: This Friday, Whole Foods Market Plymouth Meeting is hosting a Summertime Sayonara yoga class-cum-happy hour on its roof deck.
Whole Foods Market South Street is teaming up with its neighbor, the Yoga Garden, for an a.m. outdoor yoga class on the roof.
This may just win the award for the most creative event I’ve seen in a long time. Next Friday, March 28th, from 7 to 9 p.m., you can score a three-course Italian meal with a serenade from live opera singers—right inside Whole Foods Market South Street.
Not sure if any of you saw this, but I got some weird invite-only email from Groupon yesterday saying they were running some secret deal with Whole Foods that was only available to invitees. One day later, that deal is now open to the masses, so if you’re a regular Whole Foods shopper—and, for some reason, not on Groupon’s super secret deal list—you can get the deal now, too.
As I have noted on this blog time and time again, I am not the biggest fan of grocery-shopping trips. So when I caught a post on Foobooz yesterday about a new online, same-day grocery-delivery service called Instacart that just launched in Philly, I’m fairly certain my coworkers could hear an audible squee coming from my office.
With more than 280,000 people in our region still without power after Wednesday’s storm, Whole Foods Market in Devon is going full-on Good Samaritan. Tonight from 5:30 to 7 p.m., the store will host a free spaghetti dinner for anyone who’s still without power. They’ll also let you charge up your cell phones.
See the Facebook announcement below, and be sure to spread the word:
If you’re a regular at the prepared-foods section at Whole Foods Market, you’ll like this: The grocery chain now has a pretty sweet Meatless Monday deal. It goes like this: Every Monday, you can load up a container with as many meat-free items as you can fit for the flat price of $8.