November 2019—Bizz Buzz

. October 31, 2019.

2 Dandelions Bookshop has opened in downtown Brighton. The independent bookstore, which carries a wide selection for all ages and reading levels, is owned by Jeanne Blazo, a retired kindergarten teacher, and Jeri Kay Thomas, who also teaches at Spencer Elementary. 10am-8pm, Tuesday-Saturday. Noon-5pm, Sunday. 209 W. Main St., Suite 105, Brighton. 810-522-5310. facebook.com/2DandelionsBookshop

The Virginia-based dog care provider Canine Adventures has entered the Ann Arbor area, offering two-hour Adventure Walks for groups of dogs and one-hour Solo Training Hikes for one dog. Learn more about their training programs and services by calling 855-364-4453, visiting canineadventure.net, or following them on social media at facebook.com/CanineAdventureAnnArbor.

Got an axe to grind? Opt for an axe to throw at Axe Ventura, Ann Arbor’s first axe-throwing venue. An opening date has not yet been announced, but the twelve-lane business will accept walk-ins, offer pre-booking options for individuals and parties, and serve beer and wine. 4-11pm, Thursday-Friday. Noon-11pm, Saturday. Noon-8pm, Sunday. 322 Maynard St., 781-354-6884.
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