Here’s the latest update from the Coop!
We recently revamped our Code of Living. We voted out Hakuna Matata and brought in the following new codes: Care for Community, Foster a Spirit of Play, and Communication is Key. We hope these new codes, in addition to the old, will provide a wholesome view of our living expectations.
Our work on the legalization of the Coop within the City is progressing. We are currently in search of additional parking spaces in order to boost our legal housing capacity. Fingers crossed the mass emailing will prove fruitful soon.
Our Halloween Extravaganza/Beer and Boulder was a smashing success!!! If you keep your eyes peeled, you can find remnants of our homemade decorations around the house. If you happen to have your pumpkins still, feel free to bring them over to the Coop to be composted!
For those Marquette-ers that are staying here for Thanksgiving, please join us at the Coop on Monday, November 25th at 2 pm for a Friends Giving. We ask that you bring a dish to pass! The lovely Roxanne & Bryce will be hosting on behalf of the Coop.
Our Boulder Babes event is picking up steam! We had 8 Babes join us on Wednesday evening for ladies only bouldering. There were many fresh faces and some regulars! We host Boulder Babes the third Wednesday of the month, with the next coming up on Wednesday, December 18th at 6 pm.
We’re hosting a house show on Friday, December 13th headlined by the Rumpus Room. They rocked out at our Halloween Extravaganza and are ready to go round 2. We are working on securing some opening acts. So if you’re interested in warming up the crowd, reach out to us on social media or shoot us an email. We’d love to have you.
The Fam is working on putting together a legendary holiday card. If you’d like to receive this e-card, shoot us an email and we’ll be sure to put you on our mailing list.
Finally, we have teamed up with Transition Marquette to create a sustainable gardening series that will kick off in the New Year. We have a four-month-long workshop series planned to cover the basics of garden planning, seed starts, soil composition, care of your garden, harvest, and winterization. The official PR campaign will be revealed soon. We hope all can attend this free and informative workshop series.
Warm wishes and have a safe holiday!
Sarah Head, VP & The MCC Family