Promote Mentoring: Eat More Ice Cream

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands are partnering for the second year in a row with Omaha’s eCreamery Ice Cream & Gelato to present a flavor in celebration of mentoring. Called “Big Swirl, Little Crunch,” it combines peanut butter cups, chocolate covered waffle cone pieces and fudge swirls in a vanilla base. More importantly, though, a portion of the proceeds from sales goes to help mentoring programs with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands.  http://ecreamery.com/

Omaha Beer Week

Whatever you have on your calendar for the week of February 13-22, go ahead and delete it. You’ll be too busy that week enjoying the merriment surrounding Omaha Beer Week. Check out the schedule of events that include more beer samplings than you can manage…maybe. http://omahabeerweek.com/

CSA Sign Up

Now’s the time to sign up for Rhizosphere Farm’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) for the 2015  season, which runs from June 5 until October 13. This is a great way to make sure you stay stocked in farm-fresh produce while also supporting local agriculture. Buy a full share for $650 or ask Rhizosphere Farm to help you find another person to split the share in half with.  http://rhizospherefarm.org/

Happy Anniversary, Brix

Congratulations are in order to Brix as they celebrated some important anniversaries recently including five years at Village Point and two years at Midtown Crossing. To celebrate, both locations are offering specials through February 1, so now is a good time to head over to either location and enjoy the festivities. http://www.brixomaha.com/


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