Here are the grand opening festivities planned for Nature's Food Patch Dunedin

Next weekend, the store officially premieres downtown.

click to enlarge The produce section of Nature's Food Patch Dunedin, which debuted back in August. - COURTESY OF NATURE'S FOOD PATCH
Courtesy of Nature's Food Patch
The produce section of Nature's Food Patch Dunedin, which debuted back in August.

Next weekend, Nature’s Food Patch will officially premiere in downtown Dunedin. A grand opening for the new store, which debuted to the community back in August, is planned for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13.

The celebration begins with free yoga outside, and the first 300 attendees snag a reusable tote on the house. Shoppers can also enter to win up to $300 gift cards from the health-conscious independent grocer and cafe. What’s more, sales on local products and customer favorites last throughout the day, alongside live music and other festivities. 

Stick around for the ribbon-cutting ceremony with city officials, and complimentary prosecco, at 1 p.m.

Located on the first floor of the Artisan Apartment Homes, Dunedin marks the second location for Nature’s Food Patch — and its first expansion effort since 1987. That year, the flagship store launched in Clearwater.

“We have been open since mid-August so we are eager to celebrate the new store with the Dunedin community,” according to a statement from store director Rebekah Santiago. “This party is a great way to invite people to check out the store, get to know our new customers and just have fun!”

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