Summer is the Best Season – Summer Hours

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It’s finally here! Summer!! And you know what that means…. summer hours! While the Scoop Truck is normally open during weekends only, during summer, the truck is open EVERY SINGLE DAY. Hours are extended too! Summer hours are from 11am – 5pm in Harmony, CA. Now we all know that summer is the best season because Scoop Truck hours are … Read More

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National Ice Cream Soda Day

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Today, June 20, is National Ice Cream Soda Day, and well, you don’t have to tell me twice! Whether it is one of the most popular ice cream sodas, like the root-beer float, or a less common straight-up beer float for those 21 and over, this frothy drink is comprised of any carbonated beverage and any ice cream. According to … Read More

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Try Rosé Ice Cream for One Day Only

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Are you a fan of Rosé? Are you a fan of ice cream? How about Rosé ice cream?! If you answered yes to those questions, you should definitely get tickets to La Fete Du Pink, a celebration of Rosé at the newly renovated La Lomita Ranch, located at the gateway to Edna Valley in San Luis Obispo. Grand oaks and green … Read More

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Why I Stopped Buying Low-Calorie Ice Cream

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You may have some New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier or lose weight, but, before you buy that low-calorie ice cream… read this article from The Daily Meal: (via The Daily Meal) Now, though, there are a myriad of other factors interfering in your choices. How many calories does this pint have? Should I stop eating dairy? What about sugar? This one has … Read More

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History of Ice Cream

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Where in the world did Ice Cream come from? Who invented it? How long has it been around? You could probably ask everybody in your neighborhood and nobody would know the real answer! In fact, you might get a zillion different answers! How far does ice cream go back? The 1900s? The 1800s? The 1700s? Well read on for a little history … Read More

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HVC’s Newest Flavor: Shoreline Swirl Salted Caramel

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By now you know that Harmony Valley Creamery strives to create the best craft ice cream around. Unlike giant commercial operations, we don’t churn out flavors (see what we did there?!) without making sure they reach our high expectations for taste, quality and our commitment to using local products. With that in mind, we are proud to introduce the newest flavor to … Read More

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Central coast’s tiniest town: In Harmony, the melody is sound of silence

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Steve Rubenstein Aug. 10, 2018 Updated: Aug. 10, 2018 9:39 a.m. San Francisco Chronicle. For years, Harmony has boasted that it has a population of 18 people. It’s on all the T-shirts and the coffee mugs and the refrigerator magnets. Harmony, population 18. That appears to be an exaggeration, because the 2010 census listed the population as 2. And that’s an exaggeration, too. … Read More

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Come to the Harmony Wine and Beer Festival

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Do love good food? Award-winning wine? Craft beer? Local Ice Cream, awesome music and helping babies?? Well, we have the event for you! Wine, beer, entertainment, food, charity and ice cream; you’ll find them all at the very first Harmony Wine and Beer Festival. On Saturday, August 4th, visit the small town of Harmony, CA (between Cayucos and Cambria on scenic … Read More

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National Ice Cream Day is July 15!

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There are so many holidays to keep track of that it’s only natural for one or two to fall through the cracks. However, if you’re a fan of sweet treats, and you’d like to celebrate them, then you should mark your calendar to be sure you don’t miss out on National Ice Cream Day! Wait, We Have One Of Those? … Read More

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SLO Farmer’s Market To Debut Scoop Truck

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What better way to spend a summer evening than browsing the local goodies at the SLO Farmer’s Market?  From chocolate to seafood, cheese to kombucha, veggies to cookies to jerky, you can find just about anything you’d like to snack on or take home. For 34 years, the market has been a gathering place for community members and tourists who … Read More

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