Radha School of Music opens new Cedar Park school and 5 more area business updates

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Radha School of Music opened its new Cedar Park school Aug. 17. (Courtesy Radha School of Music)

Radha School of Music opened its new Cedar Park school Aug. 17. (Courtesy Radha School of Music)

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The Southbrook is located at 260 South Brook Drive, Leander. (Courtesy Allied Orion Group)
These six Cedar Park and Leander businesses are now open, coming soon, relocating, celebrating anniversaries or offering new services.

Now open: Radha School of Music

Radha School of Music opened its new Cedar Park school Aug. 17. The music school relocated from Leander and offers in-person and virtual lessons in piano, voice, drums, guitar, percussion and more. The new building has rehearsal rooms, a recording studio, a stage and an event center. Owner and Director Radha Windham said the school will start workshops, songwriting nights and other new programs in the future. 512-966-8203. www.radhaschoolofmusic.com

Coming soon: The Southbrook

The Southbrook, located at 260 S. Brook Drive, Leander, will open its 360-unit apartment community in late October. The complex features garden-style apartments and amenities such as a swimming pool with cabanas and a grilling station, a fitness center, a rock wall, a lounge, a dog park, attached garages and more. 512-817-7064. www.thesouthbrook.com


Relocation: Leander Counseling & Art Therapy

Leander Counseling & Art Therapy will move to 11894 Hero Way W., Ste., Leander, in September. The mental health services provider will resume in-person services in mid-October after exclusively meeting clients virtually since March. Services include creativity-centered therapy services and mental health nutrition education, according to owner and licensed professional counselor Bethany Sweeden. The counseling office was previously located at 301 N. Hwy. 183, Ste. B, Leander. 512-337-2788. www.leanderca.com

Relocation: My Pure Delivery

My Pure Delivery, a breastfeeding clinic, relocated its office to 301 Brushy Creek Road, Ste. 106, Cedar Park, on Sept. 8. The clinic provides in-office and virtual lactation visits, an online support group, webinars and other services to mothers. My Pure Delivery was previously at 1001 Cypress Creek Road, Ste. 302, Cedar Park. 512-765-9959. https://mypuredelivery.com

Anniversary: Reveal Resource Center

Reveal Resource Center celebrated its 10th anniversary Sept. 8. The nonprofit operates a weekly food pantry and community clothing closet located at 1150 S. Bell Blvd., Cedar Park. The pantry currently feeds about 450 families weekly and is seeking volunteers. 512-981-7721. https://revealresourcecenter.com

In the news: Lone Star Circle of Care

Lone Star Circle of Care now offers 24/7 virtual visits for pediatric, senior care, family medicine, behavioral health and OB-GYN patients. These visits are for existing and new patients, according to an Aug. 31 release. Health issues that cannot be addressed virtually will require an in-person visit. Patients with and without insurance are accepted at the 23 locations, including two Cedar Park locations. 877-800-5722. https://lonestarcares.org

By Taylor Girtman
After interning with Community Impact Newspaper in 2019, Taylor Girtman became a reporter for the Cedar Park and Leander edition in February 2020.


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