Expanded Das Bratwurst Haus opens Thursday
The doors for Das Bratwurst Haus may have been closed for the summer, but owners Barbara and William Bowles were busy.
They've expanded and now have the sidewalk on the Madison Avenue side of the restaurant fenced so customers can enjoy sidewalk dining. They've also acquired the space next door and are turning it into an indoor bier garden — inside but with an outdoor look. And they've applied for a permanent extension of their liquor license to both areas so guests can enjoy a beer or wine with their lunch and dinner.
Das Bratwurst Haus, 204 S. Madison Ave., will reopen for business on Thursday. It can be reached at 329-4777.
Plans are under way for two new medical offices at ProMed, 2270 S. Ridgeview Drive, that will build out the three-story professional building except for one small space, confirmed Don Denton, project coordinator. With that, the developer is in the planning stages for a second building, but there's no definite timeline or tenants at this time.
One of the new offices at ProMed will be for Dr. Alex Freeman, D.M.D. (doctor of dental medicine), who is moving his practice, Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, to Yuma from the San Diego area and should be open by early November, Denton said. He added that Freeman is the brother of Yuma physician Dr. Mitch Freeman.
The other new office is for Dr. Clarence Clark, who is relocating his practice, Yuma Heart and Medical Institute, to ProMed where he already has Yuma Ambulatory Infusion Center. Clark is expected to be open in the new location in October.
Yuma Physicians Medical Clinic, 1079 W. 23rd St., has permanently closed its doors and is out of business.
The walk-in clinic was opened in late 2009 by a group of Yuma physicians to provide afternoon, evening and weekend medical services for their patients as well as those who had no local primary care physician.
Join Yuma's best wedding vendors at the “I Do” Bridal Show and Expo to be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today (Sunday) at Hilton Garden Inn and Pivot Point Event Center, 310 N. Madison Ave.
Cost is $5 in advance, $7 at the door.
Besides being able to meet with wedding vendors, brides and grooms can see the latest in wedding fashion trends with a fashion show at 12:30 p.m. by Dillard's. Hors d'oeuvres and chocolate fountain dessert will be available throughout the day, and there will be a drawing for a free honeymoon package.
The Bridal Show will also have other event vendors available for those planning a quinceanera, anniversary, birthday party of other special event.
For more details, call 783-1500.
In observance of the area's dove hunting season opening Thursday, Chretin's, 505 E. 16th St., is holding the Paloma Pachanga Pinata Party from 6 a.m. to noon Thursday through Saturday.
A breakfast buffet will be available, and the restaurant will clean and cook the game brought in by hunters (proceeds from the bird cleaning will benefit youth agriculture programs). There will also be prizes and family fun — and you don't have to be a dove hunter to come by and join in the fun. Associate sponsors are Walmart at 8151 E. 32nd St. and Microtel in the Foothills.
For details, call 782-1291.
Teri Anderson is moving her longtime hair salon, Teri's Shear Magic Designs In Hair, to 13179 E. 44th St. effective Thursday. She is leasing the space from Sun Country Beauty Salon, owned by Deline Anderson.
Teri, a hairstylist for nearly 45 years “and still loving it,” had been at 12557 E. South Frontage Road for nine years and finally needed more space. Joining her as independent hairstylists are Kris Brown, Sherry Schultz and Yolanda Cons, who also does permanent cosmetics, manicures and pedicures.
Teri's salon will be open varying hours Tuesdays through Thursdays for the summer and Mondays through Saturdays for the winter. It can be reached at 345-0675.
Deline will lease back space from Teri and continue to provide hair services there under the Sun Country Beauty Salon name and can be reached at 342-5812.
Shara Studler, a hairstylist for nearly six years, has joined the staff at Vanity Hair, 656 W. 16th St., and can be reached at 1-845-705-4521.
A Marine wife, she recently moved to Yuma from Cherry Point, N.C., where she worked after being schooled in New York.
Laurie S. Davis, owner of Circle The Date Events LLC, has opened a new planning studio at Westward Village, 3001 S. 8th Ave., Suite F. The planning studio is a one-stop shop for people planning events such as weddings where they relax and the vendors will come to them. For more information, call 446-8025 or visit www.circlethedate.org.
Circle The Date Events has been doing business in Yuma since 2008. It is a member of the Professional Meeting Planners Network and Arizona Better Business Bureau.
Have Hands Will Travel has expanded its continuing education program for professional therapists and is now teaching continuing education classes in Yuma. The company started in Phoenix over 25 years ago. Due to demand, the business is teaching classes in Yuma, said owner Carole Jacobson.
She said she will offer three-day workshops for massage therapists for a minimum of four students. For information and class dates, call 1-602-285-5653. The workshops will provide all instruction that students will need to renew their licenses.
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Expanded Das Bratwurst Haus reopens Thursday