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22 Oct. 16 - Nov. 5, 2010


CrossWoods adds eatery Golf.


Business The Tavern at CrossWoods recently debuted at Chandler’s CrossWoods Indoor


The eatery, “part restaurant, part wine bar and part sports bar,” offers menu items under $10, such as the Putter Pastrami Sand Wedge and the Card House Chef Salad, as well as wine and beer.


“It’s been exciting to watch this come together,” says Operations Manager Jim Rigney. “We’ve created a great atmosphere for an easy lunch with friends or an affordable corporate outing.”


Golfers have the opportunity to play on 40 virtual courses at CrossWoods including Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and St. Andrews. Regular rates start as low as $19 for 18 holes, and league and tournament play is available. CrossWoods Indoor Golf Centers are located in Chandler, west of Kyrene Road on the north side of Chandler Boulevard, and in Gilbert, east of Higley Road on Baseline Road.


To learn more, visit www.CrossWoodsGolf.com or www.CrossWoodsTavern.com.


Flower deals brighten home, pocketbook


A recent Harvard study shows that people feel more compassionate, worry less and feel less depressed when fresh cut fl owers are present in the home. To that end, Cactus Flower in Chandler is bringing the blooming stress-relievers to Southern Chandler homes with its “Fresh Ten” monthly program, featuring a fresh wrap of blossoms for $10. Throughout October, customers can purchase 10 sunfl owers for $10, and Cactus Flower’s online video demonstration series, Fresh Ten Films, allows them to use the blooms to create designer-style arrangements. Other specials include 50 percent off all loose fl owers each Friday from noon to 5 p.m. and arrangements starting at $25 online.


Cactus Flower is located on the southwest corner of Alma School and Germann roads in the Fry’s shopping plaza. Call 480-483-9200 or visit www.cactusfl ower.com.


www.SanTanSun.com Home improvement seminar


Learn the “dos and don’ts” of home remodeling projects at Tri-Lite Builders’ educational seminar, “How to Have a Successful Remodel,” from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Tue., Oct. 19.


Participants learn what questions to ask when starting a project, how to pick the right team, how to implement the newest lighting trends and how to ensure that their remodel increases their home’s value.


The workshop is held at Lighting Design at 4320 W. Chandler Blvd., Suite 4, in Chandler. For more information, call Tri-Lite Builders at 480-895-3442.


Tech companies connect with coffee


Entrepreneurs and businesses in the high tech and clean technology industries are invited to the fi rst of free quarterly collaborative networking opportunities from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Thu., Oct. 21 at the Innovations Incubator at 145 S. 79th St. in Chandler. The fi rst Coffee and Connections meeting is offered by the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in partnership with the Innovations Incubator, and will feature comments from Arizona Department of Commerce Renewable Energy Initiatives Manager Brian Sherman, who will guide attendees through the state’s grant process. He will explain how grants are funded, and how to navigate the process as entrepreneurs look to fund their ideas.


The SBDC, which was recently awarded a three-year grant to assist businesses focused on reducing greenhouse gases, will also provide information on how they can help businesses identify grant funding opportunities, provide training on IP portfolio management and create access to capital formation as businesses prepare to present their concepts and products to investors.


The City of Chandler launched Innovations in April to help Chandler grow its own businesses in the cutting-edge fi elds of biotechnology, bioinformatics, software design, nanotechnology, medical devices and others. Innovations’ state-of-the-art facilities offer wet and dry labs, common lab equipment, offi ce and lab furniture, as well as shared business services, access to capital, scientifi c and corporate expertise and educational forums. For information, visit www.innovationsincubator.com.


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