A new fitness gym is about to open in North Ridgeville, and the owners are brimming with excitement. The new concept interactive style gym is one of only six in the country. It’s huge in Europe and is slowly making its way to the United States.
Glow Fitness Studio, 39245 Center Ridge Road, will officially open on October 8th at 10am with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Check it out. Snacks and giveaways are also part of the celebration.
“So we’re adding CLE to the fitness map,” co-owner Steve Beckett said in an email. “My wife, Jessica, was introduced to this type of gym in Nashville by her aunt. She fell in love with the concept and decided to open it here in Northeast Ohio. It’s unique in that it’s fully interactive for the user, accommodating all levels of fitness, from young children to silver sneakers, and can be tailored for users with disabilities, from sports teams. “
Beckett pointed out that this gym is not a franchise gym. Also, the studio does not have treadmills, rowers, bicycles, or strength equipment. It’s all high-intensity interval training (HIIT) style classes on the circuit. Class sizes are small, with only 16 spots available for each session. Keeping classes small gives trainers more individualized attention and fosters a sense of community. Glow Fitness Studio is a unique and innovative experience where the room itself becomes a trainer with interactive floors and walls, motivational music, fun lighting and stunning projections.
“We own it outright, but we’re looking at opening a few of these gyms around Cleveland,” he said. We want to spread great fitness tools to as many people as possible.I have two families who own a business.My wife and I and John and Brittany Brookbank.We are all North Ridgeville residents and live in about We were friends/neighbors for five years.”
Sunflower field update: last week Prayers From Maria I wrote about a new future home in a sunflower field Located on Jacob’s Road north of Middleton Drive. This year’s migration location has not yet been disclosed. Prayers from the Maria Foundation, until now.Foundation officials finally posted Social media The location of the new provisional field is on Recreation Lane (the road leading to Crashers Stadium and the YMCA off State Route 611). Officials also hope to open the shop and fields to the public in early October, when the flowers are expected to bloom.
Restaurant opening hours: The grand opening of Raising Cane’s (35545 Chester Road) is September 27th. For more information about Chicken Restaurant, visit Raisecanes.com.
Breakfast at the Republican Club: The Avon Avon Lake Republican Club Friends Breakfast will be held on October 5th from 8-9am at Sugar Creek Restaurant, 5196 Detroit Road, Sheffield. Ron Kaminsky presents “The Politics of Climate Change in America.” Guests are welcome. All participants are responsible for their meals.
Cahoon House has opened: Nearly five years have passed since the city began negotiations to purchase and renovate the historic Wilbur Cahoon Home at 2940 Stony Ridge Road. In June 2019, the city council agreed to purchase the house from Jean A. Fischer, trustee of the Jean A. Fischer Family Revocable Living Trust, for his $200,000. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
From that time on, it was decided that the house would become a museum representing not only the Cahoun family, but the many families that came to Avon in the 1800s. These included familiar Avon names such as Alten, Casper, DeChant, Jameson, Miller, Moon, Nagel, Norton-Townsend, Pickering, Riegelsberger and Schwartz.
Sherri Seroka, a business development consultant for the city, worked tirelessly to artifact From some of these important founding families who were part of Avon’s legacy. Each room in the house is set up as it was in the 1800’s.
A special ribbon-cutting ceremony was held in April of this year, allowing the public to tour the home. The goal is to one day open up the home regularly for everyone to enjoy, and future school excursions Avon will allow students to see the history within the community.
City officials recently announced that the home will be open for tours on Sundays from 1-3pm. Wednesday from 11am to 1pm (hours subject to change). Admission and parking are free. For more information, please contact Nicole Rambo-Ackerman at 440-937-7823.
Laser Hair Removal Salon Comes: Founded in 2012 by two board-certified physicians, Milan Laser is coming to the space formerly occupied by Fresh Planet in Avon (35925 Detroit Road). All treatments are done using FDA-approved lasers and are tailored for specific skin types and hair colors, according to information posted on the Milano Laser website. Locations include Lyndhurst and the Rocky River. For more information, milanlaser.com.
Republican club meeting: Join Republicans at the New Charter School and Voter Integrity Night on October 13 at 7:00 PM at the Knights of Father Ragan, Columbus Hall, 1783 Moore Road. Speakers include Liz He Griffith, a new Hillsdale College-affiliated charter school with teacher-led classrooms and an American classical teaching curriculum. Marilyn Jacobsick of Lorain County Election Commission discusses the topic of voter integrity in the county. Guests are $5.
Boutique Pet Shop opening hours: North Ridgeville resident Taylor Ruddy started his own hand-poured resin dog tag online business in 2017. Since then the business has grown and recently opened at 690 Avon Belden Road (near Salad Crese). Most of his store, named after his two puppies, Moose and Lulu, is for storage and creation. Ruddy says his small boutique out front has more than 15 flavors of Dog his treats and more than 80 of his best-selling Dog his tags. For more information follow us on Instagram @mooseandlulus or mooseandlulus.com Display various items.
Stitch Niche Program: Knitting and/or crocheting enthusiasts (all levels of skill) can join other needlework enthusiasts by bringing their projects to the Avon Lake Public Library (32649 Electric Blvd.) on October 10 at 7:00 PM. You can enjoy it. Our presenter girlfriend, Valerie Dillard, is also available to answer questions and provide assistance.To register, please visit alpl.org/programs
Weissfield trail update: Residents now have more options for walking trails in the city as new trails open up at Weiss Field, which winds through much of the approximately 79-acre park.
The project was in part because resident Kathleen Satullo built a bridge over the trail, making it a popular route for pedestrians to cross the creek, according to city sources. The bridge was well built, but it could not support multiple pedestrians at the same time.
Several walkers also reported that trail conditions were very rough. At the same time, there was excess mulch that needed to be removed from public works sites. The mulch he had collected throughout the year from the city curbs by chippers. The boardwalk at Wythefield was an ideal spot for leftover mulch. Crews began clearing fallen trees and overgrowth from the existing trail.
Once the trail was cleared, the Department of Public Works began designing trails, repairing bridges, and creating a small wildflower garden.
“I couldn’t be more proud to work with such an amazing team,” said Assistant Commissioner for Public Works Darwin Ward in a post on the city’s website. “We are still working on the trail, but it is reported that it will take about an hour and a half to complete if we were to walk all the way.”
Installation of new plumbing: Columbia Gas’ installation of about 450 feet of new plastic pipe on Stoney Ridge Road near the intersection of Mills Road and Avalon Drive is expected to be completed in the coming weeks. Be careful when driving in this area. Expect delays.
Autumn festival: The Parks and Recreation Department’s annual Fall Fest will be held on October 8 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at 7565 Avon Belden Road in South Central Park. Family-friendly activities include games, food vendors, face and pumpkin painting, balloon animals, pumpkin bowling, photo booths, and hay rides (weather permitting). Pumpkins are limited in number, so hurry up.
LCCC Fall Fest: If you’re looking for more family-friendly fall activities, Fall Fest will be held on October 13 from 4-7pm at Lorraine County Community College University Partnership Ridge Campus, 32121 Lorraine Road. , costumes, caricatures, raffles, food and more. Registration is recommended but not required.To register, please visit lorainccc.edu/fallfest.
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