#Festival Foods

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Newport Harvest Street Festival returns for 35th year

On October 2-3, 2021, the streets of downtown Newport will be filled with people, food, crafts and entertainment as an East Tennessee tradition continues!. The Newport Harvest Street Festival will return for 2021 after being canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19. The highly anticipated event promises to provide the crowd with a weekend to remember.
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New London Festival Foods sold

Skogen family now owns 36 supermarkets in Wisconsin. Skogen’s Festival Foods announced Monday, Sept. 13, that it plans to purchase the Festival Foods in New London. The New London store is the last remaining Festival Foods in Wisconsin that the Skogen family does not own. It will be Skogen’s Festival...
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Supermarket News

Wakefern eyes sharper on-shelf execution

Wakefern Food Corp. plans to roll out CB4 store execution technology across its ShopRite and Price Rite Marketplace chains. New York-based CB4 said yesterday that Wakefern’s expanded deployment comes after a successful pilot of the CB4 app at some ShopRite stores last year. CB4’s Spotlight solution leverages artificial intelligence and machine-learning technology to enable store managers to correct costly execution problems in their stores. Spotlight’s algorithms detect when the most in-demand products at each store aren’t selling at optimal levels, and then the solution sends store or category managers timely recommendations to address issues on the floor and improve the customer experience.

Art Forward: Sputnikfest Returns!

The following article was written by Rahr-West Art Museum Staff for the Art Forward series. Just as a piece of the Russian Sputnik IV spacecraft returned to Earth in 1962, Sputnikfestreturned to Manitowoc last Saturday after taking a hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We had it all! There were favorites like live music from Bazooka Joe, costume contests, the Alien Drop raffle, and visits by members of the 501st Legion. Former RWAM Board President/current RWAM Foundation Board Member Amy Fricke Weigel and Museum Director Greg Vadney co-chairs of Sputnikfest made a few changes in the constellation of Manitowoc’s favorite festival.

Festival Foods celebrates Family Meals Month

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) - All September long Festival Foods is raising a paw and taking a stand against local hunger for four-legged friends and families in need. In drawing awareness to Family Meals Month, Festival Foods encourages families to enjoy meals together and help others achieve family meals as well, they’re offering a number of programs insights and recipe ideas to pay it forward.

Skogen family to buy New London Festival Foods

NEW LONDON (WLUK) -- The Skogen family is buying the last remaining Wisconsin Festival Foods store is does not already own. The family says it is buying the New London Festival Foods from the Coppersmith family. Brothers Mike and Ted Coppersmith, along with Ted's wife, Beth, have been operating the...

Latin American Festival set for Oct. 10 at Wannamaker County Park

Celebrate Charleston’s vibrant Latin and Caribbean cultures at the Latin American Festival on Sunday, October 10th at Wannamaker County Park. Charleston County Parks invites you to immerse yourself in authentic music, art, food, and activities, all inspired by cultures and traditions from Latin America and the Caribbean. This year’s festival...

Healthy Cookie Dough Bar, Whoa Dough, Now Available at Festival Foods

The expansion is a part of Whoa Dough’s goal to be sold nationwide through retailers with strong ties to their local communities. The flavors available at Festival Foods are Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Sugar Cookie Dough, Peanut Butter Cookie Dough, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, and the newest flavor Brownie Batter Cookie Dough which can be found on shelves in the Gluten-Free section.

The Buzz: Skogen family to acquire last independently owned Festival Foods, in New London

NEW LONDON – The Skogen family will soon acquire the last Festival Foods location it does not already own. Skogen’s Festival Foods announced in a news release Monday plans to purchase the Festival Foods store at 308 N. Shawano St. in New London. The store, which is the only remaining Festival Foods in Wisconsin not owned by the Skogen family, will officially change hands Oct. 15.

Louisa County to hold 17th annual Fall Harvest Festival

LOUISA COUNTY, Va. (WWBT) - Louisa County will be hosting the 17th annual Fall Harvest Festival in October. The festival will feature live music, craft vendors, festival foods & more. There will also be plenty for children to do such as games, hayrides, bounce houses, pony rides and a petting zoo.

Skogen’s Festival Foods to Purchase Store in New London

GREEN BAY, WI (Submitted to OnFocus) – Skogen’s Festival Foods today announced plans to purchase the Festival Foods store in New London, Wisconsin, from the Coppersmith family. The store, which is the only remaining Festival Foods in Wisconsin not owned by the Skogen family, will transition to new ownership Oct....
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Ohio River Sternwheel Festival floats plenty of boats throughout weekend

MARIETTA — Good times were had along the river at the 45th annual Ohio River Sternwheel Festival in downtown Marietta this weekend. Saturday, the river area was packed with thousands of people enjoying festivities and claiming spots along the bank to watch the evenings fireworks. The fireworks show was planned...