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Posted: August 30, 2012 Lots of Things are Happening on Water Street

 
Angelus Day Spa and Salon, previously located at 102 Graham Avenue, has made a new home at 506 Water Street. The salon and spa offers a variety of services such as hair care, body care, hand care, extensions, massages, and more! For a complete list and information visit their sight here.

 

 

 

  
 
 
 
 Now a neighbor to Angelus, Avalon Floral made a short move down the block to its new location at 504 Water Street. The floral shop offers services for weddings, events, sympathy, in home design, and office design. They also have a variety of gift items. For more information visit their site here.

 

 

 
 
 
A brand new business has taken up residence at 310 Water Street! Rasberry Reign offers a variety of frozen yogurt flavors and over 50 toppings. The fun experience allows you to mix and match as many flavors and toppings as you would like. For more information visit their website here.

 

 
 
 
 

 

And Don't Miss the Fish! 

 

Article by Kinzy Janssen of Volume One

A fish that takes its shape from a guitar, a Volkswagen fender, and some tornado-strewn corrugated metal has found a new home next to New York Pizza & Deli on Water Street in Eau Claire. Local found object sculptor Steve Bateman said he made the piece back in 2003 and was "storing" it in the yard of a private residence on the Eastside Hill until the residence was foreclosed upon. When friends encouraged Bateman to bring it into a more visible location, he got permission from property owners John Mogenson and Lisa Aspenson and moved it to the unoccupied square of grass. The fish, which is mounted to a pole, stands about five feet tall. While Bateman doesn't encourage touching the sculpture, he's excited about the public being able to observe it's every angle on foot. Twenty other sculptures featuring Bateman's signature style are on display around town at various private and public locations, including Banbury Place's Garbage Swan (currently headless while he makes repairs) and the 10-foot robot outside Transmission Supply and Service. He's also working on two permanent sculptural collages to flank the sign (also by Bateman) of Tangled Up in Hue on Barstow Street. The busy artist has plans to fill a few of the empty pedestals on the downtown sculpture tour soon.

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