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A fitness studio and a kitchen countertop store have ribbon-cutting ceremonies scheduled in Evanston this week.

Fitness Avenues and Give Me a Break Salon will get a visit from Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl and Alderman Peter Braithwaite, 2nd Ward, at 4 p.m. today to mark their opening in the old township offices space at 1910 Main St.

And Blue Pearl Stone, which actually opened just over a year ago, will get the ribbon cutting treatment from the mayor at 3 p.m. Thursday at its location at 517 Dempster St.

And in the third ribbon-cutting this week co-sponsored by the Evanston Chamber of Commerce, the mayor and Alderman Mark Tendam, 6th Ward, will celebrate the re-openng of the Alden Estates rehab facility at 2520 Gross Point Road, after a substantial renovation project. That one takes place at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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  1. new stores

    Horrible( smalll)  lot to get in and out of…..Walgreens will have to make sure that patrons are not parking in their lot, and going across the street for lenghty periods of time.

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