Welcome Spring 2024

Friends, 2023 was quite a year. Lots of changes in Sunworks, all for the better.

In the fall of 2023 we reopening White Gallery. Susan Woolgar’s work is featured currently. We encourage you to come down and see the current collection.

Also last fall we closed and sold Tribe. The new restaurant will open this week we understand. We are delighted to be able to refocus our energies on our retail shop, cafe, and gallery without the distractions of another business, as successful as it was.

This spring the shop is filling up with new products from all over the world. March will be a big month for us as we receive new product and introduce you to some truly delightfully things.

March we also launch our new menu, a slight revision from previous one, but a little more variety. Yes, you’ll be able to get a breakfast sandwich until 10 a.m. And we’ll have daily features that you’ve come to love from our previous menus.

In April, we’ll begin the final construction of the patio behind Sunworks, we’re looking forward to hosting a lovely garden party in the future.

We’ve rented the space nest door to us to a health and wellness business. They will soon begin renovations and open their doors in late spring/early summer. Watch for that progress.

As always, we value real conversation and face to face interactions. Come down sometime and see the progress we are making. It’s going to be a stellar year.


Hello Friends!

Recently I was reminded how important it is to have good conversations and how necessary it is to pay attention to what we create in our conversations, because words create worlds.

Every conversation changes the future in some way. – Paul Harris

The next question that arises is a consideration about what we wish to create through our conversations — they can be a powerful tools for good in the world, but if we aren’t careful they can have undesired consequences in our lives and the lives of others. Negativity begets negativity. Throwing muck gives you muddy hands.

Positivity and curiosity lead to improvement and growth. When we learn to listen to the thoughts of others and solicit input we become wiser and find new ways to be productive, to collaborate, and to be helpful in the world.

Over this past couple of months a number of people have come into the shop to have conversations about their futures. This has led to us to work together to create pop-up venues, guest chef evenings, and new services at Sunworks. 

I am excited about what is coming this summer, about what we can create together as we converse openly with one another.  

I’m around for coffee and a visit any time. Fix a time with me, and let’s stir up something good together.



Whip out that phone. Hold your camera up to this QR code. Hit the link, and send… and voilà you’ll be connected to Sunworks “What’s for Lunch” SMS service.  Oh my gosh we are so progressive.  Ha!