HERE’S THE SCOOP….
NEW LOCATION FOR POPULAR YOGA STUDIO
Glastonbury Barre and Yoga is moving! The studio, which has been in business since April 2015, outgrew it’s space on New London Turnpike. They will now be located at 30B Hebron Avenue across from Ken’s Corner and next to Down to Earth Tea and Coffee House. Owner, Lisa Romano told The Scoop that the new space is bigger, will have cork-backed floors, and a view of the fountain. They plan to start classes there April 16th! Take a look at the renovations below.
FARMER’S MARKET IS MOVING!
The Glastonbury Farmer’s Market is moving to Riverfront Park! The market was previously held at the Hubbard Green, but will move to it’s new location at 300 Welles Street starting this Summer. The market is open June 27th-September 26th and will be held every Wednesday from 4:00-7:00 PM. If you would like more information, visit www.glastonburyfarmersmarket.com
EXTENDED HOURS AT THE WINERY
Now that the days are getting longer and warmer, The Crystal Ridge Winery will be open Friday evenings from 4:30-8:00 PM. The winery, located at 257 Belltown Road in South Glastonbury, has been open for several months on Saturdays and Sundays, but recently added Fridays to their schedule. For a look at their offerings, visit www.crystalridgewinery.com
BICYCLE SHOP KICKS OFF DUATHLON SERIES
Cycling Concepts on Main Street will hold the first of four Duathlons at the Longo Farm Open Space in town. The RUN-BIKE-RUN race series is described as low-key and grassroots. The first leg is a 1.5-mile RUN, followed by a 6-mile mountain/cross BIKE ride, ending with another 1.5-mile RUN. Race dates and times are every Monday in April (2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd) from 6:00-8:00 PM. You can register online at www.bikereg.com or at the event! Longo Open Space is located at 2954 Hebron Avenue.
‘IMPOSSIBLE BURGER’ ADDED TO PLAN B MENU
Starting this month, a highly sought after plant-based burger that got it’s name because it was “impossible” to get will be a staple on the Plan B Glastonbury menu. The burger is made of plant based ingredients, but cooks and tastes just like real beef. The item was so popular when the restaurant offered it that it has decided to keep it on it’s menu as the “I Can’t B-Lieve it’s Not Beef” burger. Look for it when you visit them in Eric Town Square.