Historic village coming back to life

Hank and Linda Stratman are proud of the current state of improvements at the old Warwick Village on the city’s east side. From the remodeled property sprang the Brew House and De Nouveau Salon. The salon will celebrate its grand opening Friday afternoon.

Hank and Linda Stratman are proud of the current state of improvements at the old Warwick Village on the city’s east side. From the remodeled property sprang the Brew House and De Nouveau Salon. The salon will celebrate its grand opening Friday afternoon. Photo by Julie Smith.

The Village Square, formerly Warwick Village, will celebrate on Friday the opening of its second business since renovations began on the historic village in 2008.

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De Nouveau Salon & Gifts, 1505 E. McCarty St. Suite 20, will hold a 1 p.m. ribbon cutting and a 4-7 p.m. open house at the village featuring hors d’oeuvres and live music.

“We’re in an area that needs a business like this,” said owner Lorie Smith, adding that the full-service salon also has a gift shop.

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