Organnon’s Natural Market, owned by Jim and Danielle Gannon, opened their doors to the people of Wrightstown and the surrounding areas on September 28th, 2013. This Sunday will mark their first full year in business, and the store has a whole slew of activites planned this weekend to celebrate.
They’ll have local vendors set up on Saturday, September 27th and Sunday, September 28th serving samples to customers:
- A la Maison – Buckingham – personal chef service
- Babushka facial oils – Lower Bucks – personal beauty products
- LUV Superfood Chocolates – Doylestown – handmade sweets
- Barefoot Gardens – Doylestown – community supported agriculture
- Doylestown Fresh – Doylestown – hydroponic greens
To add to the fun, the store will be hosting an open mic night starting at 6 pm on Saturday. All talent (including singers, musicians, poets, dancers, etc.) is welcome, as long as it’s kid friendly. The store invites those interested in performing to sign up at 5 pm.
The store’s food truck, Organnon’s Grub Shack, will be open and serving freshly prepared food on both Saturday and Sunday, in case the samples don’t satiate your hunger. In celebration of the anniversary, the Grub Shack will also be unveiling their fall menu this weekend.
To give some background on the store, Jim Gannon decided to get into the grocery business because of his passion for healthful and environmentally friendly eating. The market stocks organic, and whenever possible, local goods, in addition to personal care products, health supplements and prepared foods. The existence of the store removes the need for locals to travel far to get healthy, nutritious food (the nearest Whole Foods to Wrightstown, for example, is a half an hour away, in North Wales).