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North Village Block Party offers summer fun & great deals…

Join North Village merchants for a Summer Block Party on Thursday, June 21st from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Featuring tent sales, summer discounts, music and fun, this is the perfect excuse to check out the cool locally owned North Village shops. Welcome summer by picking up something new for yourself or your home. Participating merchants include: McGuckin Hardware, JJ Wells, Colorado MultiSport, Shine Restaurant & Potion Bar, The Brass Bed Fine Linens & Furnishings, Forma Furniture, KB Studio and Charles Schwab.

McGuckin’s Lucky Saturday on March 17th!

McGuckin’s invites you to celebrate its Irish and Irish American heritage on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17. Here’s a rundown of their events… Read more

The Village welcome Shine Restaurant & Potion Bar

The Village is thrilled to welcome Shine Restaurant & Potion Bar. Owned by longtime Boulder entrepreneur triplets Jill, Jessica and Jennifer Emich, Shine has an established following eager to experience its latest evolution and new location at 2480 Canyon Boulevard, near the corner of Folsom and Canyon. Read more

The Little Yoga Studio delivers big on life balance

For Kelly Elle Kenworthy, co-owner of The Little Yoga Studio, discovering yoga as a college student proved to be one of the most significant moments in her life.

“Something in that class clicked and that’s why I started my journey,” says Kelly. “For so many people struggling to find their path, trying yoga is a last resort. It was for me.”

After completing her yoga teacher training in L.A., Kelly moved to Boulder in 2010 where her path crossed future business partner, Amy Benton, in the most unlikely way. Read more

Memories to Digital offers caring service you can put a face to

The expression “something good always comes out of something bad” could be used to describe Eric and Gwen Scherer’s decision to create Memories to Digital. After Gwen’s father mailed off movie film to a large out-of-state transfer house, his footage was lost and the company was unable to relocate it. Hoping to find better options in the area, Eric came up empty-handed and realized there was an unmet need in the market. Read more