Two New Businesses Open In East Grand Rapids Thursday
Thursday June 21st is a busy day in East Grand Rapids. In addition to the deck expansion party at Big Bob’s Pizza the East Grand Rapids Gaslight Village Business Association (GVBA) will join City of East Grand Rapids leaders for two special ribbon cutting ceremonies that day.
Up first we have the Brush Studio Ribbon Cutting: 10:30 a.m. at 2213 Wealthy Street. Brush Studio owners Heather Callahan and Lisa Jabara will be joined by GVBA Board President Chad Zagel and East Grand Rapids City Commissioners Bill Graham and Cindy Johnson as they welcome this new business to the village.
Then later in the day all will be on hand for the Sacred Roots Salon Ribbon Cutting: 5:00 p.m. 2237 Wealthy Street. Sacred Roots Salon owner James Garnant will be by joined by GVBA Board Treasurer Nicolette Elliot and East Grand Rapids city leaders as they celebrate the salon’s relocation across Wealthy St. A six week art exhibition inside the salon of local artist Katherine Throne’s paintings will kickoff that night at 6 p.m. with a cocktail open house. The public is welcome.