FREE parking and a beer – could a hair cut in the Toowoomba CBD get any better?
Hairdresser Kerry Prendergast yesterday opened a cutting-edge hair salon in Chronicle Arcade.
At Inch Hair Productions Ms Prendergast pays for her customers’ parking at the Neil St Bus Interchange and will serve her customers a free beer.
Also, anyone who spends more than $65 gets a free drink from Bon Amici Wine Bar and Cafe.
Ms Prendergast has been a hairdresser for 11 years, joining the profession straight out of school at 15.
She previously managed Supercuts Hairdressing at Clifford Gardens, worked for a boutique hair salon in Melbourne and taught hairdressing at TAFE South West.
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The next Margaret Street Market is on 7th December come on down and see us at #chroniclearcade
See you there at the Chronicle Arcade… the next Margaret Street Market is on 7th November 2014!
Congratulations to Bon Amicis for taking out the the whole lot of the category …. Tourism & Hospitality and category winner of the whole…. Up against other contenders like Fibbers and the Golf Club…..
Owners Wayne and Vikki deserve a very big Congratulations!
Congratulations to the whole team for the huge win in the Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards 2014!!!!
#winner #businessexcellence #award #2014
Source: The Chronicle Toowoomba
JEWELLER Ewen Ryley has chosen Toowoomba to raise a family and begin his new business venture – Ryley Jewellery Creations – which has opened in the Chronicle Arcade.
The 28-year-old former St Joseph’s College student spent a number of years refining his craft in Brisbane.
Now, he has returned to Toowoomba to launch his latest venture – his own studio.
The studio opened on Wednesday in a space purposely fitted to create the ultimate “feng shui” to inspire the delicate, unique and much-loved jewellery Mr Ryley has created for most of the 10 years he has been absorbed in the industry.
The jeweller, who described his designs as having a “modern art deco” theme, became interested in jewellery when he was 15.
Wonder in for an afternoon at Bon Amici with ‘Sunday Jazz’ at 2pm every Sunday.
Every Tuesday is open mic night. In fact Bon Amici is the home of Toowoomba’s longest running open mic night.
Bon Amici Reservations: 4632 4533
Whilst the market in margaret street is on 7th September, stores in the Chronicle Arcade will be open. Come see Bon Amici for a coffee and take a wander down memory lane in the Arcade.