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CHWB Commons Co-Op

May 8 at 3:00 pm - 7:00 PM
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May 8 | 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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Spring has sprung at the Commons Co-Op! Visit the Center for Health & Wellbeing and shop more than 30 vendors selling the perfect items for spring. Shop plants, honey, candles, aromatherapy, self-care items, microgreens, flowers, gift baskets and more!

Shop these local vendors and more at our CHWB Commons Co-Op:



Bite Out of Hunger

Black Bee Honey

C-M Bakari

Ceramics by Abella

CocobudaLove Essentials

For Purpose Kids

For the Birds

Loretta Josephine Boutique

Momma G Farms

Plant Prana Wellness Microgreens

Sunny K Products

The Plant Trap


Visions In Stained Glass, Inc.

White Dog Creations

Yeah, I Made It

Enjoy live music from Central Florida Vocal Arts (CFVA) from 4 PM – 6 PM during the Commons Co-Op. Central Florida Vocal Arts is a non-profit music advocacy organization dedicated to providing the highest quality training to young artists, while also providing performance opportunities to currently emerging artists of all ages. We are creating a continuing life cycle for the vocal arts in Central Florida through a three-step model. The first step, Education and Training, introduces young artists to the arts. Through our educational initiatives, we develop students’ talent, passion, and confidence. Next, our Mainstage Productions provide a transition period for students ages 8-18 and pre-professional adults to emerge on stage alongside local professional artists. Our life cycle culminates with Opera del Sol, offering innovative productions in unexpected places and challenging perceptions of who the operatic performer and audience members are and what defines the genre as a whole.

The first 100 attendees will receive a complimentary sourdough starter from Commons Co-Op Vendor, C-M Bakari*.

*While supplies last, 1 per person.

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