SWANSON, ESHELMAN & GAMAGE

The new full-service CPA firm Swanson, Eshelman & Gamage (SE&G), has opened at 324 Cummings Road, Suite 201, in South Portland, offering tax, consulting and audit services.

The firm’s partners, Tabitha Swanson, Mary Eshelman and Ethan Gamage, bring a combined 40 years of experience in the areas of tax planning and preparation for individuals and businesses, auditing, consulting and IT services. For a free consultation, call 518-8039 or go to www.yourmainecpa.com.

A TOTAL LOOK DAY SPA

A Total Look Day Spa, a full-service salon in Brewer, has opened a second location at 144 Route 1, Suite D in Scarborough. The new 2,500-square-foot spa and salon offers the services of eight staffers, including master colorist and owner Chase Wakeling. Services include tanning, manicures, pedicures, massage and hydrotherapy work such as mud wraps and salt treatments. To book an appointment, call 730-5549 or go to www.atotallookdayspascarborough.com.

GOLDWORKS

Master jeweler Tom Cunliffe, owner and operator of Goldworks jewelry store, has relocated the business to 33 Center St. in Auburn, the site of a former gas station and convenience store that was renovated into a gem shop.

Services include jewelry cleaning and repair, appraisals and valuations. The store also buys gold, silver, silverware and coins. For more details, go to www.goldworksme.com, call 782-7575 or email [email protected]

THE BETHEL AREA DISTRICT EXCHANGE

The Bethel Area District Exchange, a nonprofit organization that supports a local food pantry through a clothing exchange, has reopened in a donated space at Bethel Park, a multifamily housing complex at 23 Mason St. in Bethel.

Bethel Park is managed by Stanford Management, which is donating the space for the clothing exchange. The exchange collects donated clothing and resells it, with proceeds helping to support a local food pantry that serves people who are in crisis.

S&J TUXEDO AND LIMO RENTALS

Owners Jane and Ron Kyllonen recently celebrated the grand opening of S&J Tuxedo and Limo Rentals at 76 Sabattus St. in Lewiston. The showrooms are intended to enhance one-stop-shopping for customers seeking services for weddings and other celebrations. It is located across the street from the Kyllonens’ other businesses, Sarah Jeanne’s Hair and Spa and Moose’s Mobile Kitchen, offering bridal packages and a full day spa. For more details, go to www.sjtuxedos.com, email [email protected] or call 333-3737.

THE URBAN EDGE HAIR STUDIO

The Urban Edge Hair Studio has opened at 1117 Center St. in Auburn. Salon owner and stylist Linda Thompson brings 14 years of experience to the business that offers hair styling, razor cuts, coloring, perming, waxing, manicures, pedicures and tanning facilities. Salon hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays. To schedule an appointment, call 784-3522. Walk-ins welcome.

UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF MAINE

The Board of United Cerebral Palsy of Maine has merged with the Washington County Children’s Program to extend services to Maine children and adults with special needs and their families. For more details, call UCP of Maine’s resource development coordinator Tish Pendergast at 992-0606.

84 COURT PIZZA AND RESTAURANTE

84 Court Pizza and Restaurante, has opened at 84 Court St. in Auburn. Owned by husband and wife team Enka and Genti Suli, the eatery seats up to 42 people, contains a bar, an outdoor patio for summer and can be reserved for special events. For more details, call 376-4940.

TUMBLE TIKES

Tumble Tikes, a developmental gymnastics, sports and wellness center for children, has opened just off Interstate 295 and Marginal Way in Portland.

The center offers gymnastics classes, sports and games, open gymnasium sessions, birthday parties and a kids’ night out program for children ages 13 and younger. Tumble Tikes is owned by Kim and Tim DeMado. For more details, call 653-2544.

LOYAL BISCUIT CO.

Joel and Heidi Vanorse Neal have purchased the Camden-based company Destination Dog and will convert the store into the state’s third Loyal Biscuit Co. locale; two other Loyal Biscuit stores are located in Rockland and Belfast.

The new Camden location is at 39 Mechanic St. in the historic Knox Mill. For more details, go to www.loyalbiscuit.com or call 236-3354. Store hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays.

FROSTY’S DONUT SHOP

Frosty’s Donut Shop at 54 Maine St., Brunswick, recently held a grand re-opening under the new ownership of Nels Omdal and Shelby St. Andre. Omdal and St. Andre renovated the shop’s kitchen and refreshed the look of the dining room, but customers can expect no changes in the recipes for their favorite doughnuts. Frosty’s was founded in 1965. Hours are 4 a.m. to noon daily. For details, call 729-4258.

MAINE ARCHIVES AND MUSEUMS

Maine Archives and Museums, the state’s only membership organization dedicated to promoting and supporting Maine’s collecting institutions, has launched its new website at www.mainemuseums.org, with improved search and access capabilities.

The nonprofit association’s mission is to develop and foster a network of citizens and institutions in Maine who identify, collect, interpret and provide access to materials relating to history, living collections and culture. Membership in MAM is open to institutions, businesses and individuals.