Leah Blain

Buisness Spotlight: Come get your coffee on the go

There will be a new mobile coffee shop opening up July 1 uptown. Zoe and Quinn Olson are opening Boler Coffee Co. in the curling rink parking lot.

Zoe says she and her husband are excited about this new venture.

“Our biggest goal is to build community through good coffee.”

They bought the Boler trailer from a friend in Fernie who used it for a mobile business but they plan to keep it parked at the rink. They will be using local suppliers and their menu will include all the fancy coffees plus iced coffee options, fun drinks for the kids including ‘honey steamers,’ granola bars, and bakery items (muffins, scones, cookies, and loaves) from Little Red Hen bakery.

The Olsons moved to Salmon Arm four years ago. He is a teacher and she has a private counselling practice.

To contact Boler Coffee, call 250-463-1165, or find them on Instagram or Facebook.

A new home base

Creative Therapy Consulting now has an office location at ProActive Fitness Ltd.

They are a group of occupational therapists able to do: soft tissue injury management, job site analysis, return-to-work planning, case management, ergonomic assessments and intervention, chronic pain management, home safety assessments, cost of future care, hospital discharge planning, concussion and brain injury assessments and treatment, functional capacity evaluations and assessment and intervention for those clients with mental health disorders.

To contact them, phone 250-498-2188 or toll free 1-888-880-3222, or email info@creativetherapyconsultants.ca.

Owner David McInerney’s head office is in Oliver.

Alyssa Blair has joined the staff at ProActive Fitness. Alyssa is a kinesiologist registered with the BCAK and specializes in exercise therapy, sport conditioning, assessments and personal training. Alyssa grew up here and played hockey for 10 years.

Look good, feel good

Serendipity Esthetics and Massage just opened their doors at 105-231 TCH NE, the building with BMO bank and Evelyn’s Eyewear.

They provide esthetic services including manicures, pedicures, waxing, and tinting with regular polish or gel polish. They also provide registered massage therapy and offer direct billing to most extended health benefit providers. Emerald Rathgeber is a registered massage therapist and Charity Leach is a certified esthetician.

Their phone number is 778-489-5520. Their hours are: Mondays and Thursdays 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Fridays 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Charity says the team is pretty flexible so weekend and after/before hours appointments are available on request.

Online booking is available through serendipity.janeapp.com

Downtown Market

Downtown Salmon Arm is hosting the Downtown Farmers’ Market, every Wednesday, from 4 – 7pm, starting June 28 until Aug. 30, at the Ross Street Plaza. The market will have locally grown produce, fruit, baking, arts and crafts, kids activities, plus live entertainment on the stage at 4:30 p.m.

Opening the Market is Shaughnessy Rose, a young, talented musician from Vernon.

June Workshops

Community Futures is hosting two June workshops on June 28. There is a Lunch ‘N Learn for Non-Profit Leaders from noon until 2 p.m. The cost is $45 + GST. From 3 `to 5 p.m. there is a Digital Marketing Workshop for Business, $45 + GST.

Both are being held at the Community Futures boardroom, 101- 160 Harbourfront Drive NE. Phone 250-803-0156 or visit them online at www.beyourfuture.ca

Send your business news tips to: leahblain.shuswapmarketnews@gmail.com

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