With no end in sight to the government shutdown, Whole Foods Market is working to support local communities. Because federal workers are not just customers – they‘re neighbors, partners, family and friends.
Area Whole Foods Markets are offering up their stores to the community. Furloughed or not, if you’re looking for a place to spend extra time or gather with friends, doors will be open with even more free samples, Wi-Fi, and seats.
And this evening, everyone is invited to a FREE family dinner. From 5:30-7pm you stop by Whole Foods Markets in DC, Virginia, or Maryland for a spaghetti dinner on them.
In the meantime, they’ll have more events to help fill free time. Whole Foods Market is also encouraging people to get out and enjoy other local businesses that could use some support.
What: A Shutdown Pick-Me-Up — Get together with neighbors at a FREE Spaghetti Dinner
Where: Whole Foods Market stores in DC, Virginia, and Maryland
When: Sunday, October 6, 5:30-7 pm
Why: They love they’re neighbors.