The Lanesboro Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Lanesboro hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for six area businesses!

Root River Valley Cabin, Root River Recovery, The Peddlar, The Lift, and The Granary were all present for the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Root River Valley Cabin is owned by Renee Hasleiet is "a fully furnished two bedroom Amish built log cabin on the Root River bike trail that sleeps 8" according to Lanesboro.com.

Root River Recovery is owned by Sue Betts and the Lanesboro website describes it as "will provide support and educational workshop and retreats for persons seeking wellness from addiction and/or looking to improve their well-being for living within their body-mind-spirit. These workshops and retreats are designed to cover a wide variety of cultural philosophies of healing and practices that expand the awareness in today’s world. This company seeks to improve the way we treat addiction and uphold all healing modalities to their highest good."

The Peddlar is owned by Brooke and Joel Pfeffer and Lanesboro.com describe it as "a curated collection of antiques, primitives, and artisan goods in the heart of Lanesboro Minnesota. Displayed throughout our historic building, we have items made both locally and globally with an emphasis on unique, handmade, and salvaged items. We offer occasional workshops and special events."

The Lift is owned by Angie Taylor, and is the home of fitness, according to their Facebook page.

The Granary is owned by Kristen Aleson and is a coffee, wine and beer house. Their website breaks it down.

Now that you have the lowdown on the businesses, you can check them out!