Ten Thousand Villages is hosting a Warehouse Sale with all merchandise 75% OFF. They are holding it in the former Four and Twenty Space located next to their retail store. Be sure to save the dates; May 12th, 13th, 14th, and 15th to get great buys and support small industries from third world countries.
On April 13th in the Food Section of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Luna Bakery Cafe was named one of 24 Little Wonders, “Teeny-tiny” places with great taste. Laura De Marco wrote: “It’s hard to resist the cookies before lunch at this charming bakery-cafe. They’re that beautiful, and tasty. But so are the savory and healthful lunch paninis, salads, sandwiches and crepes, especially the grilled cheese panini with tomatoes and whole-wheat crepe with roasted portobello. They’re all perfect to enjoy in this compact corner spot on Fairmount Boulevard off Cedar Hill. It greatly expands when the cafe seating outside opens in warmer weather.” Congratulation to Bridgette Cavenaugh and her staff! Spring is here with better weather and an opportunity to enjoy the outdoor seating at Luna Bakery Cafe and enjoy their delicious offerings.
Cindy Jahn, owner of Abstract, A Hair Salon, in Fairmount Square at the Cedar Fairmount Business District has announced Nicole Cohen has completed the requirements to become a Signature Stylist. Nicole joined the salon family in early 2013 after graduating as a Managing Cosmetologist from the Ohio Academy of Paul Mitchell. She has taken classes to expand her knowledge in the Paul Mitchell Family and received certifications in Dream Catchers Hair Extensions and Paul Mitchell Boot Camp. Her latest certification makes her now a Signature Stylist, having learned the latest and most advanced techniques as a hair stylist.
Cindy Jahn, Owner/Master Stylist has worked behind her chair at Abstract for over 27 years. Cindy purchased the salon (formerly Today’s Headlines) fourteen years ago. Her focus has been on helping her staff to grow to be the best they can be. Cindy has completed numerous advanced training programs through Paul Mitchell and has been an instructor the past four years at the Paul Mitchell School Partners School in Twinsburg. Education is her driving force. It keeps her stylists motivated to provide the best possible service to their clients. This August, Cindy and her staff will fly to Las Vegas to participate in the Paul Mitchell Convention.
Other staff members include Ryan Simons, Signature Stylist. Since graduating from the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center’s Cosmetology program in 2008, she has kept herself very busy with continuing her education. She has completed dozens of Paul Mitchell Systems classes over the past 7 years. She loves attending hair colorist and stylist conventions, including Paul Mitchell’s The Gathering in Las Vegas, and Premiere Beauty Classic in Columbus. She is certified in Dream Catcher’s hair extensions as a qualified Dream Catcher’s technician. Ryan won the Heights Observer’s Best of the Heights Awards for favorite stylist and was a runner up for the same award in 2014.
Dakota Mikals, Designer Stylist, has been a member of the salon family since October, 2013. She continues to educate herself with Paul Mitchell classes, including Paul Mitchell boot camp, the Gathering in Vegas, and The beauty Classic in Columbus. Dakota is also certified in Dream Catchers Hair extension.
Owner, Cindy Jahn strives to make her salon a comfortable place for all. Abstract a Hair Salon ‘s mission is to make their salon a comfortable environment where one can put their stress aside and escape reality – at least for a while. For more information or appointments: 216 229-2222 or http://abstractahairsalon.com.
Take a day off of cooking and support the Roxboro Elementary PTA’s Programming. Portions of your sales on Wednesday, August 20th will benefit Rox El students directly. Programs, including mini-grants for teachers, field trips for students, classroom materials, and events for students and families. Questions? “Like” the Roxboro Elementary School PTA on Facebook, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out their website at roxelpta.org.
On Saturday, April 30th from 10 am – 6 pm Appletree books and other independent bookstores around Northeast Ohio and across the country will have a day long celebration of the unique, local institutions that feed the hearts and minds of passionate readers in our communities!
Exclusive to Appletree: Bookmarks designed for Appletree by local artists Letterpress Jess, Jamey Christoph, and Tiffany Laufer. New journals with Appletree store logo. Just for the day: Heirloom Greetings by Shelly Louise.
New for the Day: Book-themed necklaces by Peg and Awl. Cloth tote bags by Gibbs Smith.
Book Signing: Tricia Springstubb Tricia will talk with young readers and sign copies of Cody and the Fountain of Happiness, and Cody and the Mysteries of the Universe.
CLOSING PARTY AND RAFFLE: 5 – 6 pm: Toast the day with at Appletree! They will raffle off signed books and other goodies. You must be present to win. Light refreshments will be available in the afternoon.
Independent Bookstore Day is a great day for a book crawl!
Pick up your Passport to the Independent Bookstores of Northeast Ohio, and get yours stamped at each store you visit. More information call: 216 791-2665 or email@example.com
Title: Reception for The Gathering Place
Location: Appletree Books 12419 Cedar Road Cleveland Heights, OH
Description: Reception celebrating the work of The Gathering Place. April’s Appletree Book store window offers “finds” from The Gathering Place Warehouse, the proceeds of which support the important work of this unique community institution. Come meet some of the staff and help celebrate their work!
Since opening in 2000, The Gathering Place has made it its mission to support, educate, and empower individuals and families touched by cancer through programs and services provided free of charge. Join us for prosecco and cheese!
Start Time: 06:00 pm
End Time: 08:00 pm