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Business briefs, Aug. 30 edition

Active Rx offers grand opening special

Westborough – ActiveRx Active Aging Center is offering a grand opening special through Oct. 31. When new clients schedule a strength and function assessment for $25, they will receive a free two-week trial membership – a $150 value. The assessment is the first step toward learning to recover lost physical function, prevent falls, manage chronic pain, and achieve greater independence. ActiveRx Westborough is located at 24 Lyman St., Suite 140. To schedule an appointment, call 508-329-1163. For more information, visit www.ActiveRx.com.

 

Life Is Good Festival

Region – The annual Life Is Good Festival to benefit kids in need will be held the weekend of Sept. 21-22 at Prowse Farm in Canton. The event features musical performers on three stages, arts activities, games, and food and beverages. Headliners include Jack Johnson and Daryl Hall & John Oates. For the kids, Yo Gabba Gabba! will perform. Donations made at or in connection with the festival as well as any net profits generated from the festival go directly to The Life Is Good Kids Foundation. For more information and tickets, visit www.lifeisgood.com/festival.

 

Elite Academy of Dance expands child recreational programs

BB Elite Dance 8.30Shrewsbury – Due to popular demand, Massachusetts’ Premier Dance studio is proud to broaden the programs and classes they offer to younger dancers. These programs include:  Mom and Tot!, Dance and Play!, Tu Tu Cute!, Ballet Basics, Twirl and Tumble, Tiny Tumbling, Tiny Tot Hip Hop, Preschool dance, Kinder-Movement, and Movers and Shakers. Elite’s faculty consists of a qualified professional staff whose knowledge and love for dance shows through in the classroom. Fall registration is now ongoing through email or stop by Elite’s Open House/ Fall Registration from Tuesday, Sept. 3 to Thursday, Sept. 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

For more information call 508-842-5500 or email info@elitedance-ma.com. Elite Academy of Dance is located at 910 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury.

 

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