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Twenty-Seventeen
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Submitted by:  Jerry Ashley, LMSP Manager

Lyons has been a bee-hive of buzzing activity lately and three new businesses are the result of all of the good things happening in the Peppermint Village. Erie Canal waterfront upgrades, downtown façade renovations, lots of volunteer efforts and promotions have brought about renewed interest in the historic canal village. In the past few weeks, a new eatery, hair salon and fitness studio have feathered their business nests and are open for business.

Meghan (left), Tracy (right) and
Brandon Burgess of Meg's Canal Cafe in Lyons.
Mother and daughter team, Tracy and Meghan Burgess, opened Meg’s Canal Café at 10 Canal Street. With wait staff and cooking experience behind them, this dynamic duo want to get the locals' mornings off right with breakfast specials including French toast stuffed with seasonal fresh fruit. Though the “grand opening” isn’t until Friday, July 8th from 6 am until 2 pm, the café doors were opened to locals this week. The ladies will be serving up friendliness and fun along with menu items such as dogs, burgers, Paninis and nachos. Breakfast will be served from 6 am until 11 am and the lunch menu will be offered until 2 pm daily. Thirsty for a root beer or orange float? Stop by Meg’s! You can contact Tracy and Meghan at their interim number of (315) 374-1363.

Valerie VanStean works her magic at
Renaissance Salon on Broad Street, Lyons.
At 3 Broad Street, Valerie VanStean has relocated her Parkview Salon to a beautiful space within the historic Nusbickle Building. Renaissance Salon offers hair care products as well as gifts and accessories by local artisans.  One of a kind pieces showcase the talents of Paige Stoep (fiber art, wearable accessories, pillows, wall hangings and hooked accent rugs), Nancy McDougal (dichroic glass jewelry that is a must see) and Judi Palermo Shumway (framed pen and ink drawings and prints). Contact Valerie at (315) 946-5343. Renaissance Salon’s next door neighbor at 11 Broad Street is another shop that beckons local women, DeShaun’s. Owner Sonia Stallworth offers wigs, weaves, extensions, jewelry, sunglasses, wearing apparel and killer shoes that make a statement! Give them a ring at (315) 690-9294. Stop in to check out both establishments!

Stephanie Knarr of Studio Seven on William Street
shows off Zumbawear for sale at the fitness studio.
To keep you looking and feeling your absolute best, register for Zumba classes at Studio Seven located at 52 William Street above Dobbins Drugs. Owner Stephanie Knarr says “Fitness can be fun!” so come by and experience Zumba where one can “ditch the workout and join the party!” Studio Seven (315) 665-0063 also offers tanning, body waxing, Zumbawear, lotions, professional make-up (by appointment) and accessories and hopes to add yoga and massage therapy to their list of fitness offerings. Studio Seven’s hours are 11 am – 7 pm however clients may want to call ahead to find out class schedules.

While you are visiting Lyons for the annual summer festival, Peppermint Days (July 7th – 10th), stop by to say hello to our newest businesses. We welcome each of these new businesses and are darned glad you are here! Get Lyons Pride!

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