After work and negotiations, the old Resurrection Building at 243 Ridge Road, Route 32, in Windsor has been purchased and plans are in place to transform the long-vacant building into a community focal point for wellness, dining and gathering, while building and supporting the community and its local economy. Owner/organizer Antoinette Turner said in a news release that the facility is planned as a cooperative concept, offering membership opportunities as well as event hosting and workshops throughout the year.

Plans include a farmers market, a certified, gluten-free bakery and a wellness center that will offer a variety of classes such as yoga, tai chi and Pilates as well as personalized consultations and therapies in different disciplines. A gathering room is planned for special event rentals, providing farm-to-table catered menu selections and local craft beer, wine and liquors.

A Harvest Dinner Pig Roast is planned for Saturday, October 19, to generate community awareness and raise funds to install the kitchen equipment needed to open the farm-to-table restaurant and lounge portion of the facility.

For more information find The Fusion of Windsor Facebook page or email thefusionofwindsor@gmail.com.