Great Harvest in the Community 


There is always something special happening at Great Harvest Bakery and Café in Ames,
but a few upcoming occasions are worthy of special mention.

September 20 - 29:  Restaurant Week

Great Harvest has partnered with Ames Downtown to celebrate local eating establishments in Ames.
From September 20 to 29, present your Restaurant Week punch card to take advantage of our 2 for $20 specials. 
Two breakfast sandwiches, two cups of either coffee or hot chocolate, and two fruit bowls for $20.
Two sandwiches, two bags of chips, and two bowls of either soup or fruit for $20.
To learn more, visit amesdowntown.org.

September 30:  Eat with Us to Help Make No Kid Hungry® a Reality
One in six kids in Iowa struggles with hunger, including kids in our local community.
Great Harvest Bakery and Café in Ames will join in
the national Dine for No Kid Hungry campaign on Monday, September 30.
Come eat and shop at the bakery/café on Monday, September 30 to help alleviate child hunger.
We’ll donate 15% of our proceeds that day to Share Our Strength,
 the nonprofit organization that organizes Dine for No Kid Hungry
and works with local Iowa organizations to provide meals for hungry kids.
To learn more, visit nokidhungry.org.

October 8:  Morning Coffee Mingle with the Ames Chamber of Commerce 
We are hosting October’s Morning Coffee Mingle with the Ames Chamber of Commerce
on Tuesday, October 8 from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Stop by on your way to work and meet other Ames business professionals.
It's a great chance to network!  Members and visitors welcome.
To learn more, visit web.ameschamber.com and search "Events."

October 25:  Trick-or-Treat in Downtown Ames

Great Harvest will join with other Ames businesses near Main Street
to offer a safe and daytime alternative for Halloween trick-or-treating.
Visit us at Great Harvest between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Friday, October 25.
Every child age 12 and younger will receive a special treat that we've baked just for them!
Costumes welcome but not required.  To learn more, visit amesdowntown.org.