We will give you a full rundown on the Fireball Run next week. We will also let you know about the opening of the new WCA Emergency Room. It's been just another great weekend in Jamestown.
Today, I would like to let you know about a possible new business district in downtown Jaemstown. It seemns the areas between Second and Third strets, including Pine and Spring streets, are working overtime to bring new businesses to Jamestown. There is a lot of new investment in this area and we want to make you are all aware of it.
Chautauqua Music is back with a brand new owner. Billy Kates has taken over the reins and he is welcoming new, as well as old, patrons. The showroom has been newly designed and renovated. The store provides a full line of guitars, drums, keyboards, band and orchestral instruments along with music to satisfy any music lover's needs. Everyone needs ot stop in and welcome Billy to the Jamestown business community.
A second new business is Precision Web Tech. The new owner is Tim Hays and the business specializes in all things that I am not. Precision Web Tech is involved with computers, the web and all those things that go along with this. If you have questions regarding today's technology, you should consider a visit to Tim Hays. Right along with this we have Mike Dykeman, who has opened the Dykeman-Young Gallery. Mike is new to Second Street but has added an exciting new dimension to the art community in Jamestown.
A fourth business to open in the area we are identifying is the Miraglia Gallery. This gallery is located in the historic Nelson Building at 108 E. Second St., right next to Chautauqua Music. The Miraglia Gallery is dedicated to the support, work and inspiration of local artists. The gallery offers graphic design, framing services, drawing, painting and crafts classes. Peter Miraglia indicates the gallery offers spacious studio space at very affordable rates. This gallery is open Tuesday through Friday from 1 to 6 p.m., and on the final Friday of the month from 6 to 9 p.m. They also indicate they are open during festivals and other special downtown events. The Miraglia Gallery would also like to announce they have another new business - Mark Anderson Photography - which has located within the Miraglia Gallery.
OK, now let's see. Within this two-block area we have Cibo, Babalu Cafe, Mariner's Express, Forte, Jones 212 Bakery, Suburban Blend, Eagle Systems, the Arts Council of Chautauqua County, the Third on Third Gallery, the Wright Gallery, Mojo's, Prime Cuts, the Dykeman-Young Gallery, Gary's Trophies, Lewis and Lewis P.C., Precision Web Tech, the Town Club, Chautauqua Music, Afloral.com, the Miraglia Gallery and Mark Anderson Photography.
This would seem like a pretty active area. These people have not only invested in their business but have invested in Jamestown.
Now we have probably missed someone, but as I count these it seems something like 21 businesses, and that doesn't count Infinity. And, it is a great blend.