With the issuing of the Safer at Home order that went into effect on March 24, all non-essential businesses, including in Cooper-Young, have closed.

The Cooper-Young Community Farmers Market, like gorcery stores, is considered an essential business and will be keeping its regular spring hours.

Other businesses have found creative workarounds to stay in business. Though per the city’s order it is suspending in-store shopping, Burke’s Books is also taking a cue from its restaurant neighbors and offering curbside pickup as well as delivery and shipping. Orders can be placed by phone (901-278-7484), email (info@burkesbooks.com), or online at burkesbooks.com. Hours will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Finally, Cooer-Young yoga and fitness studio mind/body HAUS has found a work around to the business closure through the Internet. The studio has made its classes available over the video conferencing app Zoom. For more information, visit mind/body HAUS on Facebook or go to mindbodyhaus.com and book a class.

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