Luminaries Salon & Spa, 637 N. Main, 248/609-2363
When entering Luminaries Salon and Spa you will feel an amazing uplifting vibe designed to inspire your creativity. Opened in September, Luminaries creative crew partnered with the Rochester Athletic Club to completely renovate and launch a new concept salon. Luminaries Salon features a bridal suite perfect for prepping and primping on the big day. Focused on staying up-to-date on the latest styles, they are launching Luminaries Academy for young and seasoned stylists to sharpen their skills. Luminaries also host other holistic type classes such as essential oil healing, meditation, astrology and vision boarding interactive lectures by guest hosts. Luminaries Salon & Spa hopes to gain a following built on community networking.
New Day Foundation for Families 414 Main, Suite 205, 248/330-0471
New Day Foundation for Families is where hope begins for families fighting cancer. Since 2007 this Rochester-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization has been providing financial stability and profound hope to cancer patients, spouses, and children facing uncertain times. Co-founders, Michael and Gina Spehn, share their personal story in the pages of a New York Times Bestselling book, The Color or Rain, which subsequently became the highest rated movie in Hallmark Movie Channel history in 2014. Born out of painful loss and thriving on the legacies of two beautiful human beings who each lost the battle with cancer, New Day Foundation understands the struggle and is committed to helping families thrive in the fight against cancer.
Rush Antiques, 411 Main, 248/686-0290
Owners Jere and Leona Rush have spent years developing and refining their carefully selected stock of fine, high-quality American, English, French and Chinese antiques. In order to specialize in 18th, 19th, and early 20th century antiques and 21st century art, such as furniture, porcelain and clocks, Rush Antiques inventory has been developed with a diverse and unique selection of objects appealing to a wide range of collectors, interior designers, and trade buyers worldwide.
Among the objects always in stock are excellent furniture and mirrors, porcelain from the finest continental factories including Chinese Export Rose Medallion, china by the best English and European factories, a wide selection of Johnson Brothers including full services from the early 20th century, Detroit Pewabic Pottery, glass, silver and clocks including grandfather clocks and more. Their antique furniture includes chairs, sideboards, tables, chests, secretaries, desks, dining tables, and unique individual display cabinets ranging from petite to extremely large one-of-a-kind pieces and mid-century modern.
Rush Antiques will ship all over the world and handle all the details to ensure you experience hassle-free service.
Kumon Math and Reading Center, 125 Main, 248/651-9267
The Rochester Kumon Center is an after-school math and reading program that unlocks the potential of children so they can achieve more on their own. Founded in Japan in 1958, the learning method uses an individualized approach that helps children develop a solid command of math and reading skills. Through daily practice and full comprehension of materials, students increase confidence, improve concentration and develop better study skills. Kumon has 26,000 centers in 48 countries and more than four million students studying worldwide. In the United States, 200,000 students from preschool to high school are developing advanced math and reading skills through Kumon’s Method of Learning.
Chadd’s Pizza (formerly Dan Good Pizza), 816 N. Main, 248/656-9998
Ruby & Clover Hairdressing (formerly Salon Prive), 907 N. Main, 248/651-1331
Bloomingdale Construction, 602 W. University, 248/651-6701