Feature story written by Shayla Viterllo-Hopper, Flat Rock Our Hometown
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!
The Flat Rock Community Center, recreation area, is NOW OPEN with updated rules and procedures for your safety.
- You Must – Mask up
- You will take a quick – Health screening
- Your account will be Updated upon entry
They ask you to be patient as they to go through these extra steps to keep everyone safe.
The current hours are M, W, F 6 am-11:30 am & 3:30 pm-8 pm.
NOTE: the pool will close a half hour before the building (11 am & 7:30 pm).
The recreation department will have extra staff ready to help where needed. They are looking forward to seeing everyone again!
They also have a new and improved website that will keep you up to date and changing programing. Click here for their site.
The Flat Rock DDA and Flat Rock Our Hometown present 6 movies over two days at the Flat Rock Plaza (formally the K-Mart Plaza) Telegraph Road. The full feature movies include Madagascar, Back to the Future and Transformers on Friday and How to Train your Dragon, The LEGO Movie and Jurassic World on Saturday. The screens are full size digital screens so the movies can be seen even in the daylight (like the one used for the FR Graduation ceremony). There will also be food trucks available for your eating pleasure.
Since this is a SOCIALLY DISTANCED Drive -In, TICKETS MUST be purchased IN ADVANCE ONLINE Follow the link below. Ticket sales are limited for each movie
2:30 pm Madagascar
5:30 pm Back to the Future
8:30 pm Transformers
2:30 pm How to Train your Dragon
5:30 pm The LEGO Movie
8:30 pm Jurassic World
SEE YOU AT THE FLAT ROCK DRIVE-IN
Flat Rock Opened Two New Businesses in July. Bare Aesthetics has been a dream coming true for Chelsea Haupricht.
To learn more about her story Click Here.
The second business is For the Love Bakeshop & Café. It is a vibrant new bakery café is at the corner of Telegraph Rd and East Huron River Dr, next door to Bare Aesthetics. They are the latest on a growing list of eateries and small businesses revitalizing the downtown Flat Rock community.
For more information about For The Love Click Here.
Tim and Polly opened Expo Nails in 2006. Tim has been in the nail business for 23 years, and Polly for 16 years. Growing up in Vietnam, the pair moved to Oklahoma. From there, Tim and Polly moved to Ohio and worked with their family in the family nail salon. Shortly after they opened Expo Nails here in Flat Rock. Tim and Polly opened with two nail tables, two pedicure chairs and a radio! With a strong work ethic and determination, Time and Polly have expanded their salon to ten nail tables, ten pedicure chairs and three TV’s! The two of them also expanded their family and now have two boys. Their niece, Trish joined their Expo family five years ago. Shortly after she began her new position, Trish’s husband, Christopher joined the team. The four of them work seven days a week and love every minute of what they do. They all speak with admiration and are genuinely humble when it comes to all their accomplishments. Trish spoke how It’s so important to help support her aunt. Christopher fondly explained how they started with such humble beginnings with one radio and now have such a lovely salon and three TVs. Tim and Polly spoke of how nice the Flat Rock community is. Trish and Christopher said the small town, as well as the loyalty of the customers is what they love. The feel of the nail salon is one of family. They love what they do, and they love their customers. The Expo Nail team all pride themselves on their work and how they want the customers to feel right at home, not a number or just another services. Their service is done with the upmost quality and care.
Please visit Expo Nails, Tim, Polly, Trisha and Christopher are very enjoyable people to be around. Their salon is beautiful, and the service is exceptional. They have an array of services, including eyelash extensions and eyebrow waxing. You can see all their services Click Here.
Feature story written by Shayla Viterllo-Hopper
Flat Rock Our Hometown