- > 06 2012
- 2012 Eastown Bizarre Bazaar this Saturday!
- Posted on Jun 20 2012 1:33 pm
- Our motto remains
- Posted on Jun 20 2012 12:00 pm
Never doubt that groups of thoughtful committed citizens can keep making Eastown a great place to live, work and play. PLEASE pitch in, pick up and help out whenever you can!
- Eastown welcomes 2 new businesses
- Posted on Jun 20 2012 11:59 am
Smoke Depot - located at 1501 Wealthy Street SE, just west of Yesterdog. This is their second location, the first located at 6568 S. Division. They carry a variety of smoking supplies.
Elements - located at 1503 Lake Drive SE. Store hours are 10am to 6 pm Tuesday through Friday, 10am to 5pm Saturday, and 11 to 4pm Sunday. Learn more at http://www.lovemyelements.com or call 616-690-4450. Store owner Patrice Greene revives the feel of pepperberry, her previous offering, in a boutique featuring stationery, Tokyo Milk bath products, Votivo and Volcano candles, and jewelry. elements also offers home accessories and Patrice is available for design consultation. The store’s tagline, “bohemian artifacts, curious acquisitions”, says it all.
Trillium Haven’s opening is slated for July 6th at 1429 Lake Drive SE in Eastown’s latest jewel, the Kingsley Building. Eastown’s farm to table restaurant is sure to be the latest and greatest on the GR restaurant scene.
Eastown Business Association membership is currently a little over 50% with 55 EBA members. The 2 newest members are 360 Massage and elements. We welcome new members any time of the year. It’s never too late to get involved in keeping Eastown looking and functioning at its best!
- May 2012 EBA News
- Posted on Jun 20 2012 11:58 am
The EBA had a General Membership Meeting on Thursday June 7, 6pm at Wolfgang’s. Attendance was slim—-about 16 people. We hope that was a fluke as we usually see at least 30 and as many as 50 people come out. If you have any input about the frequency or time of day that EBA General Membership Meetings are scheduled, please send us an email at http://www.eastowngr.com. The EBA Board would like to hear from you.
Graffiti seems to be less of problem since the arrests in May of four presumed contributors to the recent increase. Let’s hope it stays that way!