Saturday, June 8, 2013


Hello all of you beautiful people!

It's a sunny Saturday, providing the perfect weather for the wedding party we are pampering! Anywho, it was recently brought to my attention that there was no way to cancel appointments using the online system. I have corrected this! If you log into your account with the salon and click the tab called "Appointments" it will show a list of all of your past appointments and any that are booked. There is now the option to "Cancel" next to each appointment. 

As always, please cancel at least 24 hours in advance if possible, either online or giving the salon a call.

Have a wonderful weekend!


Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Events in June!

June 9th, 6pm
Adeline Inc.
Book signing, reading and Q&A
Music - Refreshments provided

Cragun and Kessler describe how the movement founded by a Jewish peasant preacher and based in and on love became the religion of the rich and powerful, the religion of judgment and damnation, division and destruction. Volume I: The Gathering Storm is about the origins of a great divide that began in 100 - 430 CE, between Jesus of Nazareth's teachings and present Christianity. Cragun and Kessler outline how the so-called "Fathers of the Church" took over the community of Jesus, destroyed its foundations, and built their own church edifice, which has been transmitted to us - the church of philosophers and the Roman Empire.

June 17th, 7pm
Adeline Inc.
Book signing and reading  
- Music - Refreshments
Vintage Dress Optional

With compassion and humor, Mara Hart has written a poignant about her parents' first twelve years of marriage.  "From 1927 to 1939 my parents, George and Lucy Kirk, owned the Chelsea Bookshop at 58 West 8th Street in Greenwich Village. What could be more romantic? They dreamed of a carefree, Bohemian life, with only the bookshop and each other to care for. But the realities of life interfered." "Even now, as I write this many decades later, sometimes I feel like an intruder, as if I was partially responsible for the death of this dream. Without children, could they have kept their beloved bookshop? Could they have stayed in the Village? Would they have been happier?"