Our retail store may have signs posted to direct customers, but it's the scent that draws them in.
Within our relaxing store, customers can watch as Debbie stirs a pot of natural soap, pours a nourishing blend of shea butter solid lotion bars or mixes a batch of healthy bottled lotion, diffusing the scent of the day throughout the store. The aromas range from refreshing eucalyptus spearmint, relaxing lavender to soothing scents of oatmeal.
The unique experience not only allows you to see how its made but, also to smell and try the products before you buy.
Take a stroll through the Old River Shopping Area in Downtown Rocky River and explore unique boutiques, specialty shops and incredible restaurants.
Our charming neighborhood is rich with history and continues to be celebrated by merchants, residents and patrons today.
Every dad loves a dinner out with his family, and thanks to these amazing burger places, you won't have to travel far to spoil your dad this Father's Day!
You don't have to travel far to celebrate the day of the Irish.
Spend Valentine's Day enjoying a delicious meal at one of these Rocky River restaurants!
With endless shopping, cooking and holiday parties, treat yourself to a day of beauty!
Save yourself from cooking and enjoy this Lobster Fest!
Voted the Best Coffee in Cleveland by Cleveland Magazine, find the perfect cup of coffee in our neighborhood.
Locally owned and both located on Old Detroit Road, Off the Wall Gallery and River Gallery feature a wide variety of beautiful artwork.
Swing into Fall at Girls Got Swing!
Did you know that Father's Day didn't become a national holiday until over fifty years after the first Mother's Day was celebrated?
This is one of our favorite days to celebrate the women we love most.
It's hard to believe but Earth Day is a relatively new day of observation that began in 1970 by Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin.
Despite the popular myth, St. Patrick didn't drive all of the snakes out of Ireland.
Did St. Valentine really begin this tradition of showing love every February?
Did you know ancient Babylonians first celebrated the new year over 4,000 years ago?
If you have ever wondered the history behind this phrase, we have the answer!
What began over 300 years ago as a meal between the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians has now become a celebrated tradition throughout the country.
Founded 2,000 years ago by The Celts as a festival known as Samhain, this event began on October 31 to ward off ghosts.
Over a hundred years after the first Labor Day was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City, it is still unclear who should receive credit for this national holiday.