Here’s some fun events to check out this weekend.
Some are even starting a “kombucha delivery service.”
Dr. May is taking COVID-19 precautions very seriously.
Vendors like Cricket Jones and Seeds & Things will be at the sale.
People can get free lunches from Tavolino from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Tuesday.
Employees and volunteers of Rural Action, AmeriCorps and other organizations work at the auction.
This April, OU is celebrating its first ever Virtual Earth Month due to the global pandemic.
Athens summer faces cancelations, postponements and more.
Bagel Street Deli, Brenen’s Coffee Cafe and Donkey Coffee and Espresso are just some of the businesses impacted by the pandemic.
Some vendors have found new ways to sell their products.
I’ll be spending the month of March celebrating coffee pairing.
FEAST is an 18-week cooking workshop by Community Food Initiatives, Live Healthy Appalachia and OSU Extension Snap-Ed in Nelsonville.
A student is hoping to release a cookbook focused on traditional Appalachian cooking.
Athens Sweet Arts Bakery & Desserts can bake custom orders and deliver it straight to a dorm.
Indian River Direct provides fresh Florida citrus to Ohio to combat the cold winter months.
Local restaurants central to the Athens community discuss what the last decade has been like and what’s to come.
There are many options for Thanksgiving dinner in the region.
The meat industry, specifically, is the component of our food system that has the largest negative effect on our environment.
People can stop by The Dairy Barn Arts Center and taste several different chili recipes for a good cause on Saturday.
Jewish students will celebrate Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah beginning this Sunday.