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To our valued clients:
The COVID-19 pandemic is still with us and as circumstances evolve we continue to adapt and respond to the needs of our production
technicians, our clients, and the communities we serve. New York State and Schenectady County government agencies, have eased some restrictions for the public and local businesses but we want
to assure you that we remain focused on the rigorous cleaning and safety protocols that keep our studio a safe place to work and visit. Please continue to wear a face covering when you come into the
studio and follow the social distancing guidelines. At this time we are operating at reduced hours and we have to limit clients in the studio to one at a time. We do offer curbside drop off and
pickup please call us to arrange that option.
Our goal is to always give you our best. That commitment hasn’t changed but our world has…at least for now. We would like to thank you
for sticking with us during these challenging times. And for doing business with us. A local small business. Above all, we hope that you continue to stay safe and well.
We now have a return of some Saturday hours every month. Please check "HOURS OF OPERATION" tab for updates. We know and understand our
clients sometime have alot of family and work obligations during the week. Some Saturday hours have returned. Though not every Saturday but we are working on it. Please check the HOURS OF OPERATION tab.
Spring is here and we are having more Saturday hours while adjusting some weekday hours. March and April has two
Saturday's with hours. We are waiting to return to normal weekday and Saturday hours and hopefully we will hear the official notice soon. We are just as anxious as our clients
June we are cautiously extending our hours. We have counter hours on at least two Saturdays per month Schenectady County is
now been ranked the first in New York State for adult
MASK OR VAX REQUIREMENT NOW IN EFFECT. Now through January
23, businesses must require mask-wearing indoors for everyone on their premises. Thank you to all the New Yorkers who are getting vaccinated
and wearing their masks, and all the and all the businesses and community leaders who have come together to keep their neighbors safe.
Jan. 2, 2022 COVID continues to be a concern. Following CDC guidelines, We have adopted the following guidelines for reduction of hours. Our hours will be
trimmed back again Monday through Friday 10AM to 3PM.
As you’re probably aware, COVID cases are on the rise in the area. Please take extra precautions to keep healthy during the
cold weather months.
If you’re not feeling quite right, head cold, coughing, sinus issues, low grade fever based on your personal normal temperature,
etc…, please stay home. While you will be missed, it’s the best way to keep your community from getting sick, whether
it’s the flu, a head cold or COVID.
February 4, 2022
Governor Kathy Hochul announced a statewide mandate requiring face
masks to be worn by everyone in all indoor public places unless business have implemented a COVID-19 vaccine requirement. The mandate, as issued by the New York State Department of Health is
extended until February 10, 2022, at which time the state will reassess its effectiveness based on COVID-related public health conditions.
February 9, 2022
Governor Kathy Hochul announced today that she is effective tomorrow
lifting the mandates on businesses. It's been two very long years and we obeyed the mandate she placed on businesses to operate. They were limit hours of operation, mask, have alcohol hand
sanitizer available for clients in studio and clean all surfaces after clients would leave our studio. We will keep in effect that if our clients feel safe enough it would be up to our clients if
they mask. We will as soon as we can go back to our regular hours of operation. Please be patient we will now be working on getting back to regular hours of operation.
February 15, 2022
Our hours have been slightly increased to almost normal hours. We are still working on bringing
Saturday hours back.