Play-and-learning-space Tig and Peach opens in downtown Pelham with ribbon cutting

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Play-and-learning-space Tig and Peach opens in downtown Pelham with ribbon cutting

Pelham Mayor Chance Mullen joined Tig and Peach owners Amanda Tigges Star and Emily Donnelly in ribbon cutting.

Pelham Mayor Chance Mullen joined Tig and Peach owners Amanda Tigges Star and Emily Donnelly in ribbon cutting.

Pelham Mayor Chance Mullen joined Tig and Peach owners Amanda Tigges Star and Emily Donnelly in ribbon cutting.

Pelham Mayor Chance Mullen joined Tig and Peach owners Amanda Tigges Star and Emily Donnelly in ribbon cutting.

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Tig and Peach, a play and learning space, is Pelham downtown’s newest business. Pelham Mayor Chance Mullen joined owners Amanda Tigges Star and Emily Donnelly to cut the ribbon at 125 Wolfs Lane.

“We first bonded over how hard it was to meet new moms after moving to the suburbs,” according to a post on the Tig and Peach Facebook page. “We dreamt of a cool and fun place we could spend hours at. A place where our kids could make a mess, and we didn’t have to worry about cleaning up after. We could take classes that would be beneficial to our children and to ourselves. A place that would bring our entire community of moms, dads, grandparents and caregivers together. Before we knew it, that dream turned into a business, and that business was Tig & Peach!”