Downtown Spokane is excited to officially welcome Twenty-Seventh Heaven Bakery to the downtown community. After moving from the South Hill into downtown in November, Twenty-Seventh Heaven Bakery will mark the “formal” grand opening for its new location and celebrate its sixth anniversary of being in business. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place as part of the grand opening celebration on Friday, January 27, at 10 a.m.
Twenty-Seventh Heaven is owned and operated by Navy veteran Lydia Cowles. After gaining popularity over its five-year tenure in the South Hill neighborhood of Spokane, Cowles moved her shop to downtown into a larger space and to take advantage of the increased foot traffic. Everything in the shop is made from scratch, including coffee cake, fresh breads, bagels, scones, and more.
What: Ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating six years in business and the grand opening of Twenty Seventh Heaven Bakery’s new location in downtown
Who: Twenty-Seventh Heaven Bakery, Owner Lydia Cowles; Neighborhood Association, represented by Business Improvement District Board Chair Mark Howard
When: Friday, January 27 at 10:00 a.m.
Where: 105 S. Madison St., Spokane, WA 99201
For more information on Twenty-Seventh Heaven, visit twentyseventhheaven.com.