Business news from Peterborough's community.
Ray Henderson and Daniel Smith, who many will recognize from the Citiots Improv, have launched The Improv Experience, an interactive workshop designed to promote confidence, communication, and collaboration. Targeted at business, corporate, Not for Profits, staff teams, and school groups, improv can improve public speaking, listening, creative thinking, decision making, brainstorming and more. Ray and Dan are professional improv artists with a long list of accomplishments and will tailor the affordable workshops from 1 –1.5 - 2 hours in length. Visit www.theimprovexperience.com for full details.
Curry Mantra is a new restaurant in the food court of Peterborough Square. Owner Anita says she is inspired by the exotic regional tastes and flavours of India. Specialties include tandoori Chicken, kofta curry, channa masala, dhal and naan kabob wraps. Open Monday – Friday from 11 – 6 you can sit in, take out, and delivery and catering are available. Find the Curry Mantra on Facebook or call Anita at 705-772-0234.
The Heart to Home franchise continues its growth in Southern Ontario with the opening of the Durham/Kawartha region. Owners Neil and Emily Ogilvie discovered the meal delivery service when one of their grandparents suddenly required a diabetic low-sodium diet. Heart to home offers over 200 menu items, typically delivered free. Covering Pickering to Port Hope to Bobcaygeon, call toll free 1-844-479-2255, or visit www.hearttohomemeals.ca and enter your postal code.
Nicki Tallman recently opened the doors of A Fetching Place. Peterborough's newest doggy daycare, offers a boarding and grooming facility located just behind Costco on Crawford Drive. A Fetching Place offers 1600 sq ft of indoor space and 23,000 sq ft of outdoor play area. You can choose from daycare, including hourly and half day rates, overnight boarding, and full service grooming by Rhonda Kelly. Call 705-874-7297 or visit the website www.afetchingplace.com