Let’s raise our glass as we toast……

“Beyond the Vines as it celebrates its First Year Anniversary”

90-94 Main Street S, Seaforth ON N0K 1W0

Beyond the Vines

Message from Jerry & Rita, Owners of Beyond the Vines & Bell’s Custom Leather

Hard to believe how time flies. On Saturday, April 12th, we will be celebrating our one year anniversary of doing business in Downtown Seaforth. We’re the first to admit that it has been a pleasure serving our customers and meeting new people throughout the year.

Furthermore, we appreciate all of you for making our first year such a success and look forward to serving your needs for years to come. As a token of our appreciation, and to help us celebrate, please join us this Saturday during regular business hours and enjoy coffee and donuts at our store.

Come mingle and socialize…..bring a friend, or two if you like. There’s no purchase necessary however, as a further token of our appreciation we’re offering 15% off all in stock kits for Saturday and 10% off any kit in stock or not during the next week.

We would like to thank each and every one of you for your patronage and extend our gratitude. We’ve met many wonderful people this past year and look forward to celebrating, not only our first year in business, but you our valued customers.

You are what have made this year such a success and have given us both many memorable experiences. So come on out and say hello. Meet some new faces and catch up with familiar ones.

For those who enjoy history, check out our building’s past, also known as the “Dominion Block”, located in the heart of Historic Downtown Seaforth

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In the Shadows…….

Local photographer publishes series of fine art prints for the “Health of It”image

The Seaforth Business Improvement Area Association congratulates BIA member Darlene McCowan, owner of Jakal Photography on the recent launch of “In the Shadows”. The book is a collection of images that the photographer has been working on for the past 5 years with each image representing a difficult time in her life’s journey. Her studio is located on the second floor of the Post Office in Historic Downtown Seaforth.

This fine art collection sells for $25 with $10 from each book sold during April & May being donated to the Canadian Mental Health Association in support of Mental Health Week  (May 4-11, 2014).

Books can be ordered on-line by contacting Darlene at darlene@jakal-photography.com

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