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Here comes another festival!

Brew, Vine and Spirits Festival

The date has been set for the second annual Nebraska Brew, Vine and Spirits Festival: Saturday, September 13. Taking place from 11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., this year’s event will be on the green space at 10th and Capitol Avenue. Food, live entertainment, and –of course- lots of drinks will be available. http://nebraskabrewwineandspiritsfestival.com/

Scooter’s Expanding

Scooter’s Coffeehouse started in Nebraska back in 1998 by Omaha natives, but this locally-owned coffee powerhouse will soon expand exponentially with even more locations opening up in Arizona. Already present in several states, it’s hard to believe that Scooter’s began as a small drive-thru place in Bellevue. http://www.scooterscoffee.com/

Lighthouse Pizza Delivery

Ever find yourself in a situation where you really want some Lighthouse Pizza, but you really don’t want to get off your comfortable couch? Good news – Lighthouse Pizza is now offering delivery for a small charge. Delivery hours and location are limited for now, but will likely expand in the coming months.   http://www.lhpizza.com/

Click to Donate

Food Bank for the Heartland is hosting a virtual food drive where you can “shop” for the food bank online. Check out the virtual store and donate funds for specific items, or give enough to feed a family of four for two weeks or a month. It’s a quick and easy way to help out a food bank that serves 93 counties in Nebraska and Iowa. http://www.fooddriveonline.org/foodbankheartland/

posted at 03:01 pm
on Thursday, August 07th, 2014

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