Brewing wine or beer at home can seem daunting, similar to growing your own food or bathing your own toddler. But for nearly 40 years, the hoochmasters at Brew and Wine Hobby have been making that dream a reality. Besides supplying everything a casual enthusiast needs to get started fermenting, beer and wine enthusiasts lead educational classes that cover chemistry, ingredients, brewing techniques, and how they all affect the final product.
Tide-mark Press stocks a slew of decorative paper products and gifts that encompass a range of tastes and interests. Books line the e-shelves and range from topics on art and landscape to food and wine, such as Yogurt ($19.95), a treatise on adding enzymes to milk. Calendars keep time travelers in check and feature themes such as Mark Twain ($13.95) and Yoga ($13.95). Themed greeting cards and note cards give people a reason to lean against mailboxes brandishing letter openers. Holiday cards, such as Oscar Fabres' retro designs from the collection of the New York Historical Society, remind Tide-mark's shoppers that it's never too late to send season's greetings.
Sav-Mor is a family owned supermarket which first opened its doors in 1947. At that time, our nation was recovering from World War II and consumers knew the value of a dollar. Today’s economic challenges leave many families looking for ways to get the most for their money. At Sav-Mor, we have found what was good then is sti
We are a local, family owned business offering retail sales, fabrication, and installation of premium granite, marble, and quartz surfaces. Providing unsurpassed customer service coupled with competitive pricing. Over 15 years of experience in the industry.
The newly opened, spacious Lightning Fitness is dedicated to helping clients meet their fitness goals. Certified personal trainers are on hand at the 7,100-square-foot private fitness center, teaching small-group classes and answering questions as members work out with the cardio and strength-training machines and free weights.
If you traveled back through time and asked strangers for tours of their homes, you'd probably get a good idea of the aesthetic style prevalent in each era. But you could also gain that knowledge in a simpler way: by heading to South Windsor Antique Boutique, where owners Mary and Ken Langevin have been amassing antiques and refurbishing furniture for more than 10 years. They stock items from dozens of decades, with pieces from the 1800s as well as modern designs. In addition to nabbing larger furniture pieces, shoppers can add personality to rooms with artwork, collectible advertisements, and glassware by designers such as Waterford and Heisey.