HERE’S THE SCOOP…
CURATED HOUSE ON MAIN STREET IS A NEW BRAND FOR STACY BRITNELL
Two years ago, Stacy Britnell launched her new shop, 2400 Main. Since then, she has had great success in helping clients curate a mix of vintage and new for their homes. It occurred to her that she really needed to better clarify her brand and her unique offerings. Well...we are extremely excited to introduce to you her new name and brand...CURATED HOUSE! It's not just the name we are oozing with love for...it's the LOGO, the colors...the....well, ok, pretty much everything! What makes Stacy's shop stand out is her uncanny talent for finding the most stunning pieces in all the world and putting them together in a gorgeous little setup that feels like...HOME. Much of what she curates is from small business both near and far. From home decor and furniture to clothing and accessories. If you haven't had the pleasure of stopping in to her shop...CURATED HOUSE...put it on your list of things to do that will make you happy! She is located at 2400 Main (the old name of her shop) in the large yellow Colonial on the corner of Main Street and Hebron Avenue.
IT'S MY HOME CARE TREATS CLIENTS LIKE FAMILY
Home health care company, It's My Home Care, is now accepting new clients. Owner, Jurgita Eisenmann cared for elderly people for more than 15 years at one of the leading home care businesses in Connecticut before starting her own business, It's My Home Care out of Glen Lochen in Glastonbury. She treats her clients as she would her own family and offers more than just physical care. She emanates kindness and compassion and is dedicated to advocating for her clients in whatever capacity they need. It's My Home Care provides Live-In Care, Assisted Living, Companions, Homemakers, and Overnight Care. Jurgita works tirelessly to ensure that every client is matched perfectly with the right caregiver. All of her employees are carefully screened and the company is licensed and insured through the State of CT. For more info or to schedule a complimentary consult, click HERE.
CARINI'S BERRY FARM TO REMAIN A WORKING FARM
Every once in awhile you hear a story that makes you believe! Recently, we learned that Carini's Berry Farm has been purchased from the developer by a couple who plan to keep it as a working farm. Mike Draghi of Littel Acres Farm will continue to operate the farming portion for them. The couple is renovating the existing home on the property to use as office space and will soon build their own home on the land. The man grew up in Glastonbury. WHAT. A. STORY!
TWO BUSINESSES MAKING MOVES!
Cove's Barber Shop recently moved to a new location just down the street. They are now at 50 Main Street East Hartford. They are still offering the same services and hours! And, Clean N' Green is also expected to make a move from its location in the middle of the plaza to the end cap for more space. We are unsure about timing on that, but we will keep you posted!
ODDS & ENDS...
*Sponsored by The Learning Experience - Glastonbury
*Registration is NOW OPEN for summer camp at The Coder School Glastonbury. Camps are offered for kids ages 7 to 18 years old. Early bird discount is $75 off each camp. Camps are a week long and range from Block Coding, Minecraft, Roblox, Nintendo Switch, 3D printing, VR Art, Python, Java and more. To see the full list visit their website: https://www.thecoderschool.com/locations/glastonbury/#camps
*The Glastonbury Chorus has resumed performances and will be hosting their first event on Sunday, March 19th at 4:00 PM. SHOW TUNES will feature selections from Les Mis, Oklahoma, Wicked, and more! Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for Seniors/Kids (Under 5 is FREE). They are asking audience members to bring a non-perishable food item for the Glastonbury Food Bank.