Relocation, 2 new businesses
The Hunter-Wolff Gallery, in its third year in Old Colorado City, is scheduled to relocate March 1 to 2510 W. Colorado Ave.-in a larger space one
block east of its current location.
The gallery features original paintings, sculpture, hand-blown glass, fine jewelry, pottery and small furniture pieces
The move is expected to take a few days, with the business reopening in the new site by March 5.
The business owner is Sharon Wolff. For more information, call 520-9494.
Ahead of Our Tyme is the name of a retail business that recently opened at 2627 W. Colorado Ave.
The shop sells clothing, jewelry and gifts “from around the world,” according to owner Yvette Davidson.
She has been a businesswoman in the East Coast area for 32 years.
Ahead of Our Tyme is open daily. The phone is 375-8828. The web site is www.aheadofourtyme.com
Blindside is a ski, snowboard, and skateboard shop that recently opened at 293 S. 21st. St. (in the Anglers Covey building at 21st and Highway 24).
Owner Jon Easdon got his start in the industry working for a snowboard manufacturer in the early 1990s and has since managed seven shops. He said he started the business “to do my part in bringing back the fun of skiing, snowboarding, and skateboarding without the corporate hand on everything.” He also pledges to provide “my personal work on all of my tune-ups.”
The shop is open daily. The phone is 636-1554.
Sutton Hoo, a jewelry-design/ repair business, has relocated from the downtown to 1704 W. Colorado Ave. Owner Charles Lamoreaux started the business in 1972.
The shop, which also does custom metal work, is open Monday through Friday and Saturday by appointment.
The phone is 471-7075.
Steven Brown, owner and president of Good Faith Financial, has earned his real estate license and is now a broker associate at Riverside Companies.
The phone is 227-1241.
Westsider Leonard Aldaz, a senior loan officer of Certified Mortgage Solutions (CMS), is now an associate broker with Provider Realty. The phone is 310-6968.
Ace Hardware stores, including the Uintah Gardens store on West Uintah Street, teamed up to contribute more than $17,750 to the Children's Miracle Network and the Children's Hospital as part of Ace's recent “Have a Heart for Children's” icon campaign.
Thirty-eight Front Range Ace Hardware stores participated in the campaign.
Do you have any news about your business? Call the Westside Pioneer at 471-6776.