Three recent Fox Cities businessÂ openings show the creativity and range of local entrepreneurs.Â
See one of the three, Fly Circus & Aerial Arts, has itsÂ open house tonight in Appleton.Â
â€˘Fly Circus & Aerial Arts moved from Kaukauna to 101 W. Edison Ave., Suite 110, in Appletonâ€™s Edison Building.Â It holds a grand opening/open house 5:30-8:30 p.m. tonight (Wednesday, Aug.Â 14).Â The businessÂ offers co-ed fitness classes in pole, trapeze, silks, aerial hammock, lyra and contortion. Aerialists at Little Chuteâ€™s recent Bazaar After Dark were its students and teachers. â€śWeâ€™re one of just a few accredited circus schools in the state and weâ€™re launching kids programs in September,â€ť said co-owner Jaime Schmitt. Info: Facebook, 920-764-2902
â€˘Wags and Whiskers Pet Resort is a new business at 1090 W. Kennedy Ave., behind McDonaldâ€™s, in Kimberly. It offers doggie daycare, boarding, a pet bakery, boutique and grooming area it calls â€śthe spa.â€ť Dee Wichman owns it with daughter Heather Roepke. Theyâ€™re now adding TVs in the rooms where they board individual dogs â€śso they donâ€™t get bored,â€ť Wichman said. Info: www.wagswhiskersresort.com, Facebook, 920-380-1090
â€˘Kaya Irie, a new CBD store, opened at 314 S. Commercial St. in Neenah.Â CBD stores have been popping up all around the Fox Cities, but this oneÂ focusesÂ on beauty-relatedÂ CBD products in a nicer store setting. It’s in theÂ former Memorial Florist location next to Kessler Funeral Home. Owners Jenny Marquette and Jeni Orlando stock CBD and hemp-based products including topicals, tinctures, edibles and even bath bombs. Info: Facebook, Instagram or kayairiecbd.com.
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