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November Craft Ideas
Harmony Co-op recognizes that Bemidji sits within Ojibwe territory and is working to support Indigenous nations, communities, and cultures in meaningful ways beyond signage. Because November is National Native American Heritage Month, Harmony is highlighting the importance that Indigenous peoples continue to play within our business and the larger Bemidji community.
November Co+op Explorers Recipes
Source: Snackster Sam
Easy Granola Recipe
Source: Seattle's Child
Popped Wild Rice
Source: The Spruce Eats
Looking for fun at-home activities? We’ve made Co+op Explorers coloring and activity sheets available as PDFs for downloading. We invite you to use these resources for your own creative adventures at home. Click the picture below to start creating!
In January of 2016, Harmony Co-op launched a free Harmony Co-op Explorers program for children ages 12 and younger. The intent of the program is to offer monthly events for Harmony Co-op Explorers to cook together, build together, or craft together. We have made art together, made bird feeders together, gardened together, and have even went on a scavenger hunt together. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we adapt to ever-evolving needs and necessary changes to make Harmony Co+op Explorers the best program it can be for everyone! Thank you so much for joining us - we can't wait to explore with you!
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