Have you noticed a new store while driving around the North Shore recently? Patch loves small business and we try to cover every new opening. Here is a look at some recent business openings and happenings on the North Shore.
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But eclectic gift shop Sense of Wonder will be opening up a store in the unit soon.
Sense of Wonder specifically sells products and crafts purchased from the little guy.
Specifically, Sense of Wonder hopes to open before the end of the month.
The gift shop closed their location in North Andover this past June and had opened a shop on Haven Street in Reading roughly 9 months ago.
354 Main Street, is a place to go for relaxation, rejuvenation and pampering, according to owner Lana Silva-Grelle.
Whether her customers are having a haircut, facial, waxing, massage, or hair extensions, her goal is for them "to emerge feeling radiant, refreshed and renewed."
Will Burns, chief executive officer at advertising company Ideasicle, on a recent Friday: “I'd like the following drink prepared, already on the bar, and ready for me at exactly 5:00: Plymouth martini, up, olive, dry as a bone, shaken like your life depends on it. I'll be wearing the "Nothing is unthinkable" T-shirt in my profile pic. Good luck. Oh, and you can keep the change."
And that is what happened, Burns said the next morning.
But as the first ever consignment shop to open in Danvers over twenty eight years ago, Melanson at 75, was not nearly ready to throw in the towel on the business she has loved from the day she bought it from the original owner in 1984.
With a lot of help from her daughters, and some additional little luck finding the perfect space to relocate to, Margarets Place is back on track, and better than ever.
With gleaming wood floors, exposed brick walls, high ceilings with exposed natural wood beams, and an antique beehive fireplace, the new space is like a "dream come true." According to Melanson, "It's 110% better, honest to God. I just love it, you can see out of the windows, and the light comes in all day. I've only been here for about five weeks, and I went on vacation and I couldn't wait to get back."
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The supermarket, which is located on Route 114, is purchasing the all-alcohol package store license from Frank Martino, who owns on Route 1 South. Martino is then planning to seek one of the beer and wine package store licenses the city holds, according to Licensing Board Clerk Julie Rydzewski.
Peabody Patch recently chatted with Amanda Bavaro, who recently opened up Mind and Body Integration Therapies. The new health and wellness spa is located at 1 Roosevelt Ave.
She said: “Mind and Body Integration Therapies was opened in April 2012. My goal was to maximize one’s own potential mentally, physically and spiritually by using different bodywork modalities. These modalities include deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, crystal healing, crystal massage, Reiki, meditation, magnified healing and more.”
SUP East Coast Style owners Leah Beth Goodman and Christos Douroudis began offering open-water pilates and yoga classes earlier this summer and the response from the local community, they said, has been tremendous.
The shop offers 10 flavors of frozen yogurt, an 18-foot-long toppings bar with 30 toppings ranging from fresh fruit and nuts to cereals and candy, an outdoor seating area, and its signature feature wall with changing colors.
This store, unlike any other, has a private party room which will enable Swizzles of Swampscott to provide fun birthday parties.
“Dance Moms” made an appearance at Academy on Groton Road.
The visit by Dance Mom Kelly Highland and her daughters Brooke and Paige were the second family from the show to visit Spotlight so far, following the appearance of Chloe and Kristi Lukasiak earlier this month.
Now in its third season on Lifetime, the show follows six mother/daughter teams as they pursue their dancing dreams in the elite Abby Lee Dance Company, renowned for producing numerous professional dancers since it opened in 1980.
Lavelle, who purchased CSA and moved it from Route 110 near the Chelmsford border, hopes that the new location will be a positive step moving forward.
“I get a lot more customer recognition here, a lot more retail space, more visibility, and it’s a mile from my house,” he said.
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