Jeremiah’s Coffee House at 175 Front St. will celebrate seven years of community service on Friday, Jocelyn Adelsperger of Jeremiah’s Coffee House.
“The celebration fits perfectly with Marietta Mainstreet’s first Friday of June event downtown. Jeremiah’s is committed to being a positive force in our community and we are proud to have so many loyal customers who have kept us going so strong,” says Adelsperger.
The family business has seen strong growth in its seven years of existence, she said. The menu has grown by leaps and bounds since then.
“The menu has expanded, all of our baked goods are made in-house and the catering team has also grown, all thanks to the collaboration of local suppliers and the belief in Aour’s motto, Jérémie 29:11”, says Adelsperger.
Jeremiah’s will be offering $7 Chicken Salad Sandwiches all weekend.
“This is our special recipe and one of the first sandwiches we offered at the store,” she says.
Friday will also be full of homemade treats and lots of locally roasted coffee, Adelspurger said.
Local musicians will be on stage from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.
“We start the evening with Soph Stevens from 3-5pm, Hannah Miller from 5-6pm, Austin Alexander from 6-7pm, The Murray Stewart Jones Experience from 7-8pm and we’ll end the night with a good -square dance at the old with Steve and Beverly Pottmeyer from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.”, Adelspurger said.