OUT AND ABOUT: West Shore businesses on the move, celebrating

Christine Scott and Shelley Westwood on what's happening on the street

What a lovely September we are having so far, with the weather continuing to delight each day.

On the move this month are a few local businesses.

Pacific Rim Dental has moved to a beautiful new space at 877 Goldstream Ave., the Langford City Hall building. They welcome existing patients to drop by and say hello, and as always, are accepting new patients.

ReLoving Furniture has moved to a new permanent spot at 101-751 Goldstream Ave. facing Bryn Maur Road, near Island Pet Source and around the corner from Darcy’s Pub.

Dragonfly Books will be celebrating their sixth anniversary on Saturday, Sept. 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. As part of the celebration, they will be offering 20 per cent off book prices and will have tea, cupcakes and prizes up for grabs, so stop by and join in the fun.

Speaking of special celebrations, The Winemaker in View Royal is hosting a 15th anniversary customer appreciation barbecue, also on Saturday. This award-winning store has a wide range of winemaking kits to suit every taste.

Moksha Yoga is opening at 895 Langford Pkwy. and will be offering classes for the beginner and the more experienced yoga students.

Computer repair experts Victech have moved into a new space at 800 Goldstream Ave. Among their specialties are virus removal and custom PC builds. They have more than nine years’ experience and will do house calls, if needed, to repair your computer.

Is your business moving, having an anniversary, receiving an award? Contact Shelley (swestwood@goldstreamgazette.com) or Christine (cscott@goldstreamgazette.com).

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