Demolition and construction didn’t wait for the spring thaw. (Maureen Wallenfang/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)
A few things to note right now in the local business scene:
Waveforms Pilates moved to 210 S. Commercial St. in Neenah, the former location of The Shinery. The pilates studio had operated in owner Courtney Holcomb’s home-based studio since May 2016, but grew enough to merit a larger commercial studio space and a second trainer. The business now offers both one-on-one appointments and small group Pilates mat classes. Info: www.waveformspilates.com or Facebook.
DB’s Power Center, a small engine sales and service company, outgrew its location and moved to 1314 S. Commercial St. in Neenah, next to Cedar Bar & Grill. Owner Dustin Bethke said the new space is five times larger, and he now has an expanded showroom and bigger area for service work. The business handles lawnmowers, snowblowers, tractors, tillers and trimmers. The phone number remains 920-486-1231.
Aldi at 2310 S. Kensington Drive, on Appleton’s east side, celebrates its grand opening Thursday. Following an 8:25 a.m. ribbon cutting ceremony, it will give gift cards to the first 100 customers. All shoppers can enter a sweepstakes and try product samples.
Be. Center for Holistic Mental Health and Healing holds its grand opening Thursday from 5 to 9 p.m. at 1309 Oneida St., kitty-corner from Houdini’s Gastropub in Appleton. Owner Carey Lynn Sorenson, a child psychologist, bought and converted an old house for the multi-use business. Besides traditional therapy sessions for youth and young adults, the business has yoga classes, acupuncture sessions and an infrared sauna. Info: beholisticcenter.com or 920-903-8841.
The renamed and redesigned Mud & Prints Studio and Gallery has 10 artists’ work on display and new class structure at 311 E. College Ave. in Appleton. Owner Linda Schrage holds a grand re-opening from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. The business was previously the combined Peerless Design and Mud & Prints.
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