Cromer's P-Nuts And Jamestown Java To Host Peanut Palooza | Events
Cromer’s P-nuts and Jamestown Java have teamed up to host the Peanut Palooza- Famously Hot & Hungry festival May 11th from 11 am to 4 pm at their newly-revamped location, 1700 Huger St.
This outdoor springtime event features live music, games, kids’ activities, local artists, performers and the opportunity to discover, or rediscover, Cromer's P-nuts, Jamestown Java, DiPrato's, K & K Gourmet Sweets, Smoking Coals and a plethora of other locally owned Columbia food, entertainment and craft businesses.
In celebration of National Tourism Week, Mother’s Day and college graduations, this community wide event is a great way to start, or finish, a day of fun in Famously Hot Columbia.
“Cromer’s is more than peanuts and popcorn, it’s been a wholly unique Columbia destination for 78 years, and now with Jamestown on location, we have a truly unique combination,” said Agata Chydzinski, Cromer’s general manager. “We’re excited to have Columbia come out and not only rediscover what Cromer’s is all about, but discover a truly singular mixed bag of local businesses that offer a variety of quality products and services right here in our Famously Hot city.”
The peanut and coffee connoisseurs at Cromer’s and Jamestown joined forces in November, 2012. Since then, Cromer’s and Jamestown have become the local Arsenal Hill hang out spot. Now, with the help of USC’s student-run Carolina Agency, the Peanut Palooza introduces this new fun and dynamic partnership to the rest of Columbia.
“We hope you all will join us at the Peanut Palooza on Cromer's front lawn Saturday, May 11,” said Chydzinski. “It should be great fun for the whole family. Plus, where else can you buy something that is ‘guaranteed worst in town?’”
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