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2018 Business Expo

Jackie, Kara, and Jody attended the Business Expo in Lafayette yesterday- April 18th. It was a fun day! Homestead and Copper Moon kicked off the day by sponsoring coffee and some of our favorite pastry's- cinnamon rolls, blueberry scones, and coconut cream scones- for all of the vendors! It was a great day of networking with many area businesses, as well as the general public. Our booth was a hot…

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Remington Open House

Remington’s 8th Anniversary Open House

Time flies! It's hard to believe that Remington will be celebrating it's 8-year open house on Friday, April 27th and Saturday, April 28th 2018. Be sure to mark your calendars! We will keep our normal hours: 9:00-5:00 EST on Friday, and 9:00-2:00 EST on Saturday. We're definitely celebrating our anniversary, but mostly we're celebrating you, our loyal customers! We appreciate each and every one of you, and want to thank…

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Journal & Courier Featured Article

The Homestead Puts Down Roots in West Lafayette WEST LAFAYETTE — Jody Bahler and her husband, Mike, opened The Homestead in Remington in 2010. In October, the couple opened a second location in West Lafayette at 1185 Sagamore Parkway. The Homestead is a multifaceted business organized around one core concept: good food. Both locations offer a wide selection of jams, pickled relishes, baked goods and a full-service lunch counter. The store also…

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Opening West Lafayette

In April 2017, during our 7-year Anniversary Open House, Paul and Linda Widmer approached us about an available lease they owned in Bell Plaza, West Lafayette. It was the former Baker's Peak (which had a reputation for great cakes!) and they asked the Homestead if we would be interested in occupying that open space. At the time, we had a retail location open in Carmel, Indianapolis in the Village of…

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A Tribute to our Cleaners

As you know, cleaning can be a thankless job, especially here at the Homestead. It takes about two hours to clean up the day's messes, and one day later it's messy again! We are incredibly thankful for the many hours our cleaners spend making this place shine, between broom-sweeping the floor, emptying trashes, cleaning bathrooms, sweeping rugs, washing windows, mopping floors, and wiping down appliances. All the work often goes…

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