And we're off like a herd of turtles! Well, more like a herd of rabbits.

Posted on January 09, 2015 by St. Johns Coffee | 0 Comments

REAL.GOOD.COFFEE
 
2015 is off to an amazing start. Things continue to evolve here at the shop and already plans are in the works for events in February. Before you know it, we'll be talking about Christmas again. Ok, sorry about that.
 
This week we received word that St. Johns Coffee Roasters will be the featured organic coffee resource for Amy's Kitchen, located in Petaluma, California.
 
For those of you not familiar with them, Amy's Kitchen is a family-owned, privately held company that manufactures organic and non-GMO convenience and frozen foods.
 
February is shaping up to be a big month. The folks from Amy's Kitchen will be visiting us in the first week of February and as I mentioned several weeks ago, we will be hosting an art opening featuring the work of local florist, Francois Weeks and photographer, Ted Mishima.

Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 20th from 6 pm - 9 pm. I'm excited to be able to feature their work and believe you will enjoy it as well. Ted's photographs and Francoise's botanical creations will be on display, including live models. Refreshments will be served.
 
We would also like to welcome Lula's Cart to our list of customers. Lula's Cart is located at 1477 NE Alberta and plans to open in late January. They specialize in gourmet organic dishes and soups. Stay tuned for further information.
And finally, today is the last day to vote for your choice in the Spirit of St. Johns grant contest.
Marvel 29 (new apartment development) is offering a matching grant for the St. Johns business that voters feel embodies the spirit of St. Johns.
If we were to be the winners (hint hint), the funds will be used to add outdoor seating with umbrellas. If you haven't done so already, just click on the following link and submit your vote: 

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/spirit-of-st-johns-grant/x/9200660 #SpiritOfStJohns

Many thanks and keep the coffee flowing!
Mount and crew
 
Shop Hours: 
Monday - Friday: 6 am - 5 pm
Saturdays - 8 am - 5 pm

Posted in botanical, Francoise Weeks, Ted Mishima


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