Need2Know: New downtown Prescott shop; Herbalism school in PV; Nick-N-Willy’s Pizza name changes; and more
New downtown Prescott retail shop
A new retail shop called Paisley’s hosted its grand opening celebration on Saturday, March 4.
The shop carries unique, repurposed and reimagined items for sale, according to its Facebook page.
It also offers chalk paint classes on a regular basis. All levels of artists are welcome.
The shop is located in the Elks Theatre, 117 E. Gurley St., in Prescott (next to John Hancock Barbershop).
For more information about the shop, call 928-277-1052.
Herbalism school opens in PV
Herbal Wisdom Institute, an herbalism school, has opened in Prescott Valley. Kris Vaughan, certified herbalist, said he opened the institute to offer traditional herbalism education for a modern world.
Herbal Wisdom Institute holds classes in herbal medicine basics, herbal medicine making and Foundations in Western Herbalism, a 300-hour herbalist certification course for those looking to make herbalism a way of life.
The herbal apothecary is open to the public. In the apothecary you can find organic dried herbs, herbal teas and remedies, nutritional supplements, and unique gift items. Practitioners in the wellness clinic provide holistic strategies for chronic health conditions and for general health and wellbeing.
Herbal Wisdom Institute is located at 8141 E. Florentine Road, Suite B in Prescott Valley.
For more information, visit www.herbalwisdominstitute.com or call the store at 928-227-2760.
Nick-N-Willy’s name change
Nick-N-Willy’s Pizza, 3196 Willow Creek Road, in Prescott has changed its name to Granite Mountain Pizza Company.
A crew member at the restaurant said the name change was for rebranding purposes.
“We just wanted to break away the franchise,” the crewmember said.
Very little has changed about the restaurant, otherwise. Nearly all of the menu items and prices have remained the same.
Busy Bee Cleaning closed
Fighting recurring health and family problems, Victoria Johnson of Busy Bee Cleaning made the difficult decision to close the doors at the end of last year.
Johnson’s business served the quad-city area for about 11 years.
Johnson and her husband, David, will remain in the area they love, but find they must both retire in order to recuperate, rehabilitate and regroup, she said.
Capital Canyon Club adds corporate membership
The Capital Canyon Club in Prescott has unveiled a new annual corporate membership option that is unique to the private club industry. The new membership can be custom-fit to a company’s needs with any combination of golf and/or social designees.
Annual corporate memberships are available for $7,500 for a golf membership or $1,200 for a social membership.
For more information about the memberships, contact Membership Director Rusan Schulz at 928-350-3155 or RSchulz@capitalcanyonclub.com.
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