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Molly's Community Cafe

    Where: 300 Evans St.
    Hours: Sunday-Saturday 6am-2pm
    Instagram: @mollyscommunitycafe

    Contact: Molly or Ben Cashion (252) 227-4449

Purple Blossom Yoga Studio

    Where: 302 Evans St.
    Hours: Class schedule
    Instagram: @purpleblossomyoga

    Contact: Jess McNally (252) 364-2917

  • Contact: Uptown Greenville

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