Welcome! Durham Co-op Market is a new cooperative grocery store opening on West Chapel Hill Street near downtown (Read more about our location). Durham Co-op Market is community owned, similar to other local co-ops including Weaver Street Market in Carrboro and Deep Roots Market in Greensboro. If you're not an owner, now is a great time to become one! The store will be opening in early 2015.
The co-op will be open to all shoppers, and offer natural, organic, and local food and other products. It will reinvest profits back into the community, practice sustainability, and foster a positive, respectful workplace. We are built by Durham and dedicated to serving Durham. Contact us at email@example.com or find us on Facebook.
We look forward to seeing you at the market!
Come visit the office of Durham Central Market, 538 Foster St., and view a mixed media series by local artist – Franco!
Franco will be doing his art opening during this Third Friday event.
Luis Franco is a visual activist awakening his audiences through conscious and exciting art and design. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Art at North Carolina Central University with a concentration in Visual Communications and a Certificate in Multimedia at The School of Communication Arts. Commenting on the reality of American Urban Realism, Franco seeks to offer an antidote to class and race issues using acrylic on canvas and digital art. Many of Franco’s thought-provoking images center around the iconic fist hair pick symbolizing the ‘70’s theme of peace, love, and revolution.
Franco lives and paints in Durham, North Carolina.
I work primarily in the digital environment but also enjoy acrylic and other mediums. My artwork tends to focus on social, political and cultural issues. I enjoy expressing my views about major past and current events through bold colors and iconic imagery. My influences are the civil rights movement, music, american pop and hip hop culture. I wish to take my audience on a creative journey that will relax their minds and allow their conscious to be free.
Some of you may have heard that last week the donkey at Elodie Farms tested positive for rabies. We’re working closely with the Durham Public Health Department to determine if there is any reason for concern for the people who attended our Family Farm Day on March 27.
There is no risk to anyone unless they had direct contact with the donkey, and Dave Artigues, the farmer, has told us that the donkey was pastured away from where any attendees interacted with the farm animals. None of the goats have tested positive.
If you have any concerns, please contact Kacy Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our sympathy goes out to the Artigues family. The donkey, Eddie, was a beloved pet. As farmers the Artigueses have to deal with the concerns and issues of all of their customers, as well as the welfare of their family members and animals. Dave acted quickly and responsibly to ensure the safety of his customers, family members and animals as well as our attendees. We are thankful for his care.
It was an extraordinarily rare occurrence, and could have happened to anyone with animals. We love Elodie Farms and their products and we look forward to seeing them at the Farmers’ Market!
-Durham Central Market Board
Come visit the office of Durham Central Market, 538 Foster Street this Friday 3/17 from 6-9pm, and view a farm-inspired photography series by local artist – Tracey Moon!
Tracey Moon, a former Duke Park and Trinity Park resident, has recently found sanctuary in living on a working organic chicken and herb farm in Mebane, NC. Although she doesn’t consider herself an artist or really even a photographer, her photography has captured a unique view of farm life in NC.
Thanks to everyone who came out to Elodie Farms for DCM's Family Farm Day. It was a spectacular day, a beautiful setting, and we had a great turnout! Thanks to Dave Artigues for hosting us, to Dolly Mama Chocolates, Benjamin Vineyards, and Elodie Farms for the delicious offerings, and to the baby goats for being so entertaining. We hope to do this again soon. Coverage from the Durham Herald-Sun of the event here.
Durham Central Market is sponsoring Family Farm Day at Elodie Farms in Rougemont - Saturday, March 27 2-5pm.
Included: Tour the farm. Pet the baby goats. Sample farmstead cheese. Taste local wine.
Bring a picnic, your family, your friends! Everyone's invited!
Price: $10 (21+), $5 (under 21), FREE (3 years and under) No reservations needed
Fabulous local products also available for purchase:
Benjamin Vineyards bottles of wines * Dolly Mama handmade chocolates * LocoPops.
Directions to the Farm From I-85
Exit 176B DUKE ST / US-501 N toward ROXBORO.
Durham Central Market presents mixed media by Rachel Freeman!
Come visit the office of Durham Central Market , 538 Foster Street, this Friday from 6-9, and view a mixed media series by Rachel Freeman!
Come visit the office of Durham Central Market (538 Foster Street) this coming Friday - 2/19/10 - from 6-9pm and view a sci-fi digital photography series by local artist, Alan Welch!
Are you a Facebook user? Consider joining the Durham Central Market group on Facebook. It's another way for you to keep up on events and join other DCM owners online. Join the DCM Facebook group by going to http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=32881816670
Looking for a meaningful gift that supports your community, keeps your money local, and brings joy to the recipient for years to come? Give an owner share in Durham Central Market this holiday season! Gift share form and instructions are available HERE.
Durham Central Market presents Durham History Paintings by Robert Olason !
Come visit the office of Durham Central Market (538 Foster Street) on Friday, Dec. 18th and view a new painting series by local artist, Robert Olason, about the history of Durham!
This series is titled: "Studies and Ephemera for 'The Birth of Hattie Scarlotte's Child'." At 7:15 pm the artist will make a brief presentation -- "Durham after Reconstruction: Hattie Scarlotte's Story" -- and answer questions about the project.