Open for business: Local businesses begin to offer indoor services and shopping

Above, Jessica Deyoung's new salon Wild Roots, may be tentatively opening on May 18th. DeYoung is nearly finished with the salon’s set-up and cosmetic details. See next week’s press for more information on the new salon.

Open for business: Local businesses begin to offer indoor services and shopping

Wild Roots

Above, Jessica Deyoung's new salon Wild Roots, may be tentatively opening on May 18th. DeYoung is nearly finished with the salon’s set-up and cosmetic details. See next week’s press for more information on the new salon.

Hardie Homespun

Carol Hardie’s home decor store, Hardie Homespun, opened at 11a.m. on Friday, May 8th at 608 North Main Street. As per the city ordinance, Hardie is allowing a limited number of customers in her home decor store at a time. She is tentatively opened weekdays and Saturday from 11a.m. to 5p.m. and closed on Sundays and Mondays. She is also doing deliveries and allowing people in the store via appointment outside of store hours. See next week’s press for more on this story.

Leo's Good Food

Leo’s Good Food in Redfield has opened up with 30 percent occupancy as of last week. Along with opening up a section of the restaurant, Leo’s is in the process of finishing renovations such as new flooring and wallpaper.

Cut and Strut

Cut and Strut beauty salon in Redfield has also opened for business as of last Tuesday. Only one person is allowed at the salon at a time and masks are required.

Auntie Mimi's Farmhouse Kitchen

Marie Kimlicka began offering food for sale at Auntie Mimi’s Farmhouse kitchen in the 608 North Main Street building in Redfield on Friday, May 8th. Food for sale at the “farmhouse kitchen” included cinnamon rolls, dinner rolls, bistro bars, angel food cakes, Black Hills bagels, brownies, avocados, chicken salad sandwiches, and more.

If your business is opening back up, please notify the Redfield Press! Thank you!

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