The week features The Law Studio expanding to Peterborough, Fransky Mechanical opening in Peterborough, Delectable Fine Foods gourmet food store, Dandelion Day on Saturday, the nomination deadline for the Peterborough Chamber Business Excellence Awards, an a workshop on mobile technology for seniors.
The Law Studio
The Law Studio is expanding to Peterborough. The Toronto-based law firm with local roots is opening offices in Times Square as of June 1st.
The Law Studio is a boutique law firm specializing in business law and litigation, alternative dispute resolution, government and the courts, intellectual property, and technology law.
The team includes Jonathan Baker, Krystal Brillinger, Wayne Lewis, Nadia Musclow and Josie Ponzo, and you can meet them at a launch event on June 1st from 7 to 9 pm at the Canadian Canoe Museum on Monaghan Road.
For more information, visit www.lawstudio.ca.
Fransky MechanicalFransky Mechanical has also moved to Peterborough, opening at 889 Armour Road.
Serving from Toronto to Peterborough to Bancroft, owners Christian Fransky and Jennifer Moon offer plumbing, heating, and air conditioning as well as design and project management services for both commercial and residential clients.
Call 705-749-0937 or find Fransky Mechanical on Facebook.
Delectable Fine FoodsDelectable Fine Foods is a brand new gourmet food store on Lansdowne St. West.
Owner Christel Rumgay stocks more than 70 different cheeses from Canada and around the world, and a variety of both local and imported food items including crackers, breads, chutney, olive oils, balsamic vinegars, salts, and spices. They also offer grilled cheese paninis every day, and they have several cheese platter options available for entertaining.
There is even more on their website at www.delectablefinefoods.ca or find them on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Delectable Fine Foods is located at 550 Lansdowne Street, next to Primal Cuts.
The folks at Dandelion Day are happy to announce their third year of celebrating local nutrition and wellness.
Dandelion Day is this Saturday (May 28th) from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Seeds of Change at George St United Church. You’ll find vendors of organic products and produce, wellness practitioners, music, demonstrations, a labyrinth walk, and lots more.
Admission is free. Details are at www.transitiontownpeterborough.ca or find them on Facebook.
Peterborough Chamber Business Excellence AwardsDon’t forget the nomination deadline for the Peterborough Chamber Business Excellence Awards is this Wednesday.
Nominating someone else is easy, and self nominations are encouraged.
For details, visit www.peterboroughchamber.ca.
Exploring the Mobile World seniors’ workshop
And seniors can learn more about the mobile world and today’s technology by attending a workshop this Friday (May 27th) from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the McDonnel Street Activity Centre, beside the Lawn Bowling Club.
Admission is free. For more information, email Cammie Jacquays at email@example.com.