HENDERSON, Nev. – Public Works Coffee Bar will be hosting an official ribbon cutting ceremony at the Lifeguard Arena on Wednesday, Sept. 29 in collaboration with the Henderson Chamber of Commerce. The ceremony will honor National Coffee Day and celebrates their second location that officially opened during the height of COVID-19 with its limitations. The ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. in the Lifeguard Arena at 222 Water St. in Henderson.
“We are pleased to have this opportunity to conduct a celebratory ribbon cutting ceremony at this location” said Windom Kimsey, owner of Public Works Coffee Bar. “We look forward to serving the hockey community, as well as local residents and businesses.”
Public Works opened their first location on Water Street in downtown Henderson outside of Lifeguard Arena and has a community room featuring gallery shows by local artists that can be reserved for a variety of purposes. It also boasts a street front, elevated pet friendly patio for four-legged friends.
Public Works Coffee Bar is a small, independently owned business that serves handcrafted coffee and tea in the downtown Henderson area. Their diverse menu includes specialty espresso, coffee and blended drinks and offers breakfast and lunch items. All food served is sourced from the community and creates a truly local experience. For more information visit publicworkscoffee.com.