Lett Architects moving
Congratulations to Lett Architects on their upcoming move.
Lett purchased the building at 138 Simcoe Street in downtown Peterborough, next to the Bank of Montreal, and are busy renovating the entire building to make room for the growing firm.
Bill Lett plans to gut the building and transform it into an inspiring space, using local trades for all of the construction.
Lett Architects is currently located on King Street. The new space will be triple the size of their current location. Watch for an opening early in the new year.
For more information, visit www.lett.ca.
Catalina’s opens vintage store
Catalina’s Salon has opened a second location, a vintage store, on Water Street in downtown Peterborough (photo: Catalina’s)
Catalina’s has opened a second location, a vintage store on 383 Water Street in downtown Peterborough called Catalina’s on Water.
Catalina’s Salon on 131 Hunter Street West is described as a “smorgasbord of awesome.” Purveyors of fun/funky vintage items with a fully licensed bar, they have now captured all of that cool in the vintage store in the former Dixon’s Book Store on Water Street, where you’ll find furniture, fashion and retro home décor.
Stop in at Catalina’s or find them on Facebook.
Sharps Performance skate sharpening and hockey shop opens
Sharps Performance is a skate sharpening and hockey pro shop located at 675 the Queensway in Peterborough (photo: Sharps Performance / Facebook)
Sharps Performance is a skate sharpening and hockey pro shop, recently opened at 675 the Queensway.
Owners Jeff Drimmie and Bond Bjorgan have equipped the store with two Blademaster profiling machines, which can handle regular, flat bottom, contouring, custom, blade replacement and holder replacement.
Plus, they offer a pick-up and drop off service for local teams.
Open Monday to Friday from 3 to 9 p.m., stop in or call 705-741-3343, or find them on Facebook.
Kawartha Dairy expanding in Bobcaygeon
Kawartha Dairy is expanding with a new freezer and cooler storage facility in Bobcaygeon (photo: Kawartha Dairy / Facebook)
Kawartha Dairy, which was founded in 1937 and has grown rapidly recently, is expanding with a new 3941 square metre freezer and cooler storage facility in Bobcaygeon.
The project is being led by Dick Crawford of Crawford Building Consultants.
Crawford has international experience as a project manager for the construction of pharmaceutical, food service plants, and industrial buildings.