What is the Classroom?

The Classroom is Sno-Isle Food Co-op’s community space. Everyone is invited! Our classroom is intended to be used as a resource for education and creation. Guest instructors provide a variety of classes, from kimchi making to herbal medicines. If interested in hosting a class or event at The Co-op, please review our Frequently Asked Questions before submitting a Classroom Request Form.

Instructor FAQs

How much does it cost to rent the classroom?
The Classroom is a free to use space, however we do suggest a donation be made to a Snohomish or Island County non-profit. 

What is the max capacity?
Our humble classroom will host at most 16 people.

Does it have to be a class?
Absolutely not. We would love to host your birthday party, a board game night, or any sort of arts & crafts event. Let creativity be your guide!

Will you help advertise my event?
The advertising the co-op can do will also be decided fluidly based on turn out, community relevance, and the overall strength of our collaboration. In general, we advertise events via two methods, which are in store handouts and social media postings.
Do my attendees or I need to be a co-op member?
Of course not! The co-op is for everyone.

Can The Co-op provide ticket/registration sale outlets?
Sno-Isle Food Co-op is not responsible for the generation of ticket sales, though we will link your ticket outlet to our website. Our past instructors have used Brown Paper Tickets or Eventbrite! 

More questions?

Email the Co-op’s Outreach Coordinator at outreach@snoislefoods.coop