Clean Beauty Bar, the new salon and spa in Winter Park, will host a grand opening celebration on Thursday, Nov. 3.
WINTER PARK — Park Avenue will be the scene of a spectacular grand opening celebration, courtesy of a can’t-miss event that promises to literally be a real “beauty.”
On Thursday, Nov. 3, Clean Beauty Bar, the only organic and natural day spa and boutique on Park Avenue, is inviting the public to join them for an evening of music, hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and the unveiling of an exciting holiday menu of organic treatments. Some great specials will be announced at this event.
Clean Beauty Bar had a recent soft opening and has since built up a strong following for their all-natural and organic treatments, which includes their signature menu of massage therapy, skin care, waxing and tinting, and nail care.
Today, people recognize and appreciate the sensational benefits of organic treatment – not just as it applies to how they look, but more importantly to their overall health. That’s exactly what Clean Beauty Bar is all about. Continue reading
As more and more Central Floridians prepare to jump in their pools to beat the summer heat, one county government is issued a red alert about the risks of drowning.
ROCKLEDGE — Summer
According to the calendar, it doesn’t officially start until June 21, although in the minds of many Americans, it really kicks off over the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend.
For Central Florida
residents, it may seem like the heat of summer is already here, and for many of them, a weekend spent in the pool and at the beach sounds like the ideal way to beat the heat.
It’s important to keep in mind, one county health agency is noting, that as cool and refreshing as the pool waters or the ocean waves may seem, not enough swimmers and families with small children take into account another serious risk: the possibility of drowning.
That’s a key reason why the Florida Department of Health in Brevard County
, located at 1748 Cedar St. in Rockledge
, just issued an announcement that they will devote the month of May to highlighting the often major challenge of the dangers that pools, lakes and oceans pose to swimmers every year. Continue reading
As an international tourist destination, Florida state health officials want to take steps to protect Florida’s residents, tourists, and tourism industry workers from the Ebola virus.
ORLANDO — Florida
remains one of the nation’s top tourist destinations, and Central Florida and the city of Orlando
have experienced record-breaking years recently for tourism.
But as an international destination, there’s growing concern about the potential risk here for the possible arrival of visitors from Liberia and other African nations who could potentially be carrying the Ebola virus, and what it means for the other visitors to the region’s top tourism destinations like Walt Disney World Resort
, Universal Studios
and SeaWorld Orlando
– and the employees who work there. Continue reading