Tuesday, December 4, 2012
For $50, members of a food subscription service receive a week's worth of fresh and local meat, produce, eggs, dairy and more.
Patrons of Kirkwood's Local Harvest Grocery now have an easy and exciting way to try new fresh food every week. The organic and local grocer has started a food subscription service called "Weekly Harvest." For $50 a week, subscribers receive a box that contains a week's worth of groceries, including fresh and local meat, produce, eggs, dairy and other locally grown or produced items. Vegetarian boxes are available as well. "It's really nice for people who want to consume local food year round and want to try new things," said Maddie Earnest, a co-owner of Local Harvest. How It Works Each week the Local Harvest employee heading up Weekly Harvest will send out an email to subscribers with information about where selected foods come from and…
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
A ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday morning.
The Kirkwood Wal-Mart will unveil its full-line of groceries and other additions to the store Wednesday morning during a brief ribbon cutting ceremony. In addition to now offering a full-line of groceries, the expansion brings a new layout and updated design to the store. “The layout of the store is easy to navigate, which will save customers time as they shop for everyday necessities at our unbeatable prices,” said store manager Chet Chapman. “By grouping the products that our customers most often purchase we are making one-stop shopping even easier.” The new layout includes wider aisles, lower shelving and directional signage on every aisle. The store's design features environmentally friendly features, like skylights, LED lighting, and …
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Patch presents readers with five opportunities to save money this week.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Jeff Brandt
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Patch is looking out for families on a budget. Each week, we publish a column naming five discounts at a variety of businesses, as well as free events, to help our readers save cash on the basics and entertainment. This week's edition of Frugal Family includes an idea for families looking to add some value to their homes with some new tile. 1. Alpine Shop in Kirkwood Think you need to pay to have you and the kids' bikes tuned up for nicer weather? Think again. Deal: Representatives from the store hold monthly bike maintenance classes so riders can learn how to make basic repairs. The next session is this Thursday. RSVP on the Alpine Shop website. Good Through: Continuous, monthly 2. The Sports Authority in Kirkwood A sale on shoes this …