Business closings, openings and anniversaries: Week of Dec. 16

December 16, 2013 

Get Air Lex, Lexington's first indoor trampoline park, will open Thursday in the former Spirits Liquor/Party store at 400 East Brannon Road. Get Air Lex feature wall-to-wall trampolines, foam pits with delayed monitors to watch instant trick replay, a 50-foot dodgeball court, basketball dunk, a jumping area for kids under age 6, and a parents' lounge. Trampoline fitness classes are also offered on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. Hours are 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-midnight Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday. Phone: (859) 421-9672.

■ After more than 15 years in the retail and health care industries, Ellen Engelman has opened Central Kentucky's first Zounds Hearing Center at 268 Southland Drive, Suite 100.

Zounds Hearing was born out of Sam Thomasson's promise to his daughter, Kate, who lost most of her hearing as a toddler. Frustrated with the poor performance of Kate's hearing aids, Sam, an electrical engineer, vowed to create a hearing aid that would solve the many issues of traditional hearing aids. The company holds 58 patents that have enabled Zounds Hearing to improve the performance of hearing aids, with features such as Intuitive Noise Cancellation, Live Speech Mapping, Dynamic Feedback Cancellation and True Rechargeability.

For more information, go to ZoundsHearing.com.

3rd St. Coffee in Grayson now has a new home, at 134 Beauty Drive, in the IGA parking lot. In addition to coffee and tea, 3rd St. Coffee offers lattes, frappes, iced coffees, smoothies, and hot chocolate as well as an assortment of pastries, fresh fruit, sandwiches, soups, and daily and weekly specials.

3rd St. Coffee is open 7 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. Find 3rd St. Coffee on Facebook at Facebook.com/3rdstcoffee or call owner Nikki Lewis at (606) 831-5749.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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