Welcome to this week’s Business Buzz! Hope you weathered the weekend storms well — I can’t help but hope that this means spring flowers aren’t too far behind!
(When you do see the first spring flowers, I’d love to see them! Here’s a link to the West Hartford Photo Gallery, where anyone can add their pictures.)
What does it mean to cleanse the body via detoxification? Whole Foods Market is offering a class for folks who want to learn more.
Naturopathic physicians Dr. Sharon Hunter and Dr. Christine Louden from the Connecticut Center for Health will talk about spring detoxification cleansing at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 3, at Whole Foods Market, 50 Raymond Rd., West Hartford.
Reservations are required by calling customer service at 860-523-8500.
Show Off Your Creativity
Been to Pinkberry lately? If you’ve created an awesome concoction there, Pinkberry in Blue Back Square wants to see it! The store posted on its Facebook page:
“Post your Pinkberry + Sugarpova creation on Instagram tagging #sharapinkberry for a chance to win a $15 Pinkberry eGift!”
Acting Classes for Children
ShopRite in West Hartford is offering free drop-in acting classes in April, for children in grades K-5, led by Playhouse on Park.
Visit the West Hartford Chamber of Commerce event listing for more information.
Tell Us About Your Business
Every local business has a story worth sharing with the community.
And that’s the belief behind this exciting series that shines the spotlight on all our favorite local businesses, and to learn a little about the ones we may not know that well.
We've created a simple form where local business owners can answer a few quick questions. Their answers will come directly to Patch’s editorial staff, and we’ll publish them in Q&A format articles for the community to read and share.
Rediscovering Hartford: A Panel Discussion
This event is about Hartford, but it’s taking place in West Hartford, in the Noah Webster Library Meeting Room 20 S. Main St.
Three panelists will participate in a discussion around the book, “Confronting Urban Legacy: Rediscovering Hartford and New England’s Forgotten Cities.”
Visit this link to sign up for the event. The panel will run from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 1.