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Around Town: February 3, 2012

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Cosmetologist Larine Zoeller has opened Hair Strong, a full service mobile salon.  Zoeller has a homebound cosmetology license, which allows her to travel to homes, hospitals, nursing homes and senior communities to provided services to the elderly or people who are ill or disabled.  Zoeller's own experience motivated her to open the mobile salon.  Back in 2005 she fell on ice and was limited in what she could do for almost two years.

"When you're stuck in a body that won't let you do something, a lot of times if you look better you feel better," said Larine Zoeller.

If you'd like more information call Larine at 701-390-4122.

 

The Patisserie on 4th has closed in downtown Bismarck.  New tenet, Rachel Allerdings, purchased the bakery's equipment from the previous owners.  Allerdings plans to open Sweet Treats Cupcake Bar and Bakery.


Local artists now have a place to display and work on their pieces.  A group of local artists have opened the Bismarck Downtown Artist's Co-op.  There are currently 16 full co-op members and 12 supporting members.  The hope is to bring local artists together to show off artwork, different styles and new ideas.  The co-op is open Tuesday through Saturday.  If you would like to learn more contact Paul Noot at bismarckdac@gmail.com.



After months of remodeling, the Blarney Stone opens its final addition.  This court yard area is the last of three new sections to open at the Blarney Stone.  In the back you will find secluded booths and a room with a fireplace.  The Blarney Stone has been downtown for about two years.  Over the last several months crews remodeled the former Windows and Doors store, doubling the size of the restaurant and pub.   This garage door wall retracts into the ceiling, which will allow for indoor outdoor dining.

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