Business briefs, Aug. 31 edition

Danielson Flowers holds Good Neighbor Day Sept. 5

Shrewsbury – There's a special event planned for Wednesday, Sept. 5, at Danielson Flowers in Shrewsbury.? Join the Good Neighbor Day effort at Danielson Flowers and receive a dozen roses absolutely free. Just keep one rose for yourself, and give the others to 11 other people. Meet someone new; tell someone you know how much you care. Danielson Flowers is located at 660 Main St., Shrewsbury. To find out more, visit their website at www.danielsonflowers.com.


Ultimate Body Challenge begins Sept. 10 at The Fitness Asylum

The Fitness Asylum's Bonnie Lefrak. Photo/Submitted

Shrewsbury – With 18 years of professional fitness experience, Bonnie Lefrak is a very well-known name when it comes to delivering results. Her cutting edge studio, The Fitness Asylum, located at 56 Summer St. in Shrewsbury, is the place to go for anyone seeking the most innovative and progressive fitness programs for all levels. Whether you have been working out for years or have taken a few years off, The Fitness Asylum is the place for you. If weight loss is your goal, check out The Ultimate Body Challenge, a 12-week total transformation program that runs year round. The next 12-week Body Challenge begins Monday, Sept. 10.? For more information and to get started, call Bonnie at 617-967-0042 or visit www.fitness-asylum.com.







Final concert in Tower Hill season to feature cabaret singer Jan Peters

Jan Peters. Photo/Submitted

Boylston – The 5-Star Concert Series at Tower Hill Botanic Garden, 11 French Dr., Boylston, will close its season Friday, Sept. 7, with a cabaret-style concert featuring Jan Peters. She is a 1999 Eugene O’Neill Cabaret Symposium Fellow whose work draws from an extensive repertoire of popular Broadway and standard songs as well as material from promising new songwriters. A cash bar will be available at 6:30 p.m., with a light selection of snacks available for sale. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Orangerie.? Concert tickets are $22 per person, $20 for Tower Hill members, and $16 for students. For more information or to order tickets, call 508-869-6111 or visit www.towerhillbg.org.


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