Do it Together With Lone Tree

Meal planning is never easy, but now that school is back in session, it’s more frustrating than ever to make a meal plan, shopping list, and get out to the store for something nutritious and creative. Lone Tree Foods is here to save the day, and is now offering Nebraska Box, a premade and customizable food subscription box you can pick up from a number of sites throughout Omaha and Lincoln. Pick up default pre-made boxes at HyVee, Paradigm Gardens, Ted & Wally’s, and other public retailers, or chedule your custom box and pickup by visiting LoneTree Foods
All boxes are farm-to-fork fresh, and subscriptions can include vegetables, meats, cheeses, baked goods, and herbs. All items are made or grown by local farmers who need your support more than ever.

Brew Who

Celebrate the Great Nebraska Brew Bash on Saturday, August 24th. A portion of the day’s proceeds benefits the Gift of Sight charity, and will take place at the Sarpy County Fairgrounds at 100 Main St in Springfield. Free shuttles will be on hand to bring guests to the fairgrounds from both Nebraska Brewing Company locations. The event will feature live music, local food vendors, a bike ride along the MOPAC trail, games, and a Para-jumper exhibition. Tickets start at just $10, with optional add-ons to include beer, camping registration, and a donation to Gift of Sight. Find your tickets at Great Nebraska Brew Bash


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