Propel Physiotherapy is celebrating its new clinic in Peterborough with a grand opening on June 22 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Kawartha Heights Business and Professional Centre at 1600 Lansdowne St. W., Unit 9.
The clinic features four private treatment rooms and an open gym area with treatment tables and specialized equipment.
Find out more about their services, meet the team, or book an appointment at propelphysiotherapy.com.
A new pescatarian-friendly restaurant is open at 165 Sherbrooke Street, Unit A in the former Electric City Bread Company location.
The Vine opened its doors May 30 and offers comfort food and a weekend brunch with a plant-forward philosophy.
Owners Tyrone Flowers and Lauren Mortlock plan to offer dishes that include salads, soups, sandwiches, entrées and pizza. Check out their menu at thevineptbo.com.
Get ready to battle it out with friends, family, or co-workers as Escape Maze launches its new indoor/outdoor laser tag space.
Located just south of Peterborough at 156 Cedar Bank Rd., Escape Maze offers a variety of group activities, including escape rooms, games, adventure trails, glamping and a variety of experiences from corn farmer zombies to weekend packages solving secret case files.
You can find more details at escapemaze.ca.
Kingdon Timber Mart
Kingdon Timber Mart recently celebrated the grand opening of its location at 1873 8th Line Smith on the edge of Lakefield. The celebrations included deals, food, and activities.
The huge new facility first opened its doors back in 2020, but this year is the time to throw a party and make it official. Locally owned and operated, Kingdon Timber Mart has been serving the community for more than 90 years, providing the products that have literally built our communities.
The team at Kingdon are ready to help you with your home projects, whether you’re looking for supplies, expert advice, or need to rent some specialized equipment.
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