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Main Street barber opening shop specifically for young clientele

LACONIA — Danny Barbary, owner of Barbary's Barbershop at 662 Main Street, is pleased to announce a new business he's opening next door to the shop he has operated for about 15 years. Barbary's Kids Cuts is designed to cater to children six and younger and will celebrate a grand opening on Friday, November 8.

Barbary's Kids Cuts was created to ensure that a child's first and subsequent haircuts will be an inviting, clean, comfortable and fun experience. Children will get their hair cut while sitting in "car chairs" designed in the style of a Mini Cooper, Hummer, Mercedes-Benz and more. Televisions will allow children to be entertained, and parents that make an appointment to do so may purchase a DVD recording of the child's haircut. Barbary encourages parents to bring their own devices to make recordings if they wish to do so. When the cut is over the child will receive a certificate commemorating the event, as well as a gift bag including a picture driver's license, snacks and toys, and a raffle ticket for a monthly drawing of gift cards.

The grand opening celebration will begin at 10 a.m. on Friday and continue throughout the day. See the advertisement on Wednesday and Thursday for more information. Barbary welcomes the public to come in to meet the staff or see the receptionist to schedule appointments. Following the grand opening, Barbary's Kids Cuts will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Wednesdays, 10 to 7 on Fridays, 9 to 5 on Saturdays and noon to 4 on Sundays. The price for a haircut is $18, haircut and styling is $24, styling only is $12. Call (603) 528-5437 for more information.

 
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