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Dr. Rosenak visited Head Start in August 2017 to read to the students and share solar eclipse glasses. It was a very enthusiastic audience!
Did you visit our Trunk Show on March 2? We hope you made it to our Trunk Show for viewing exclusive new spring lines of frames and sunglasses from top designers. In honor of Women’s History Month, a portion of sales benefited the YWCA Women’s Shelter – and we had fun vendors like Under the Zigba Tree, LipSense lip stains and Rodan + Fields eyelash enhancers. Thank you to all who participated! It was a great success that helped a great cause.
Aug. 24, 2016 – Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options offers complimentary eye exams for members of Police, Highway Patrol and Sheriff’s departments. (Includes a spouse!) Bring in a badge or ID to your appointment. Please mention this event when you make your appointment. Complimentary Eye Exams For Officers
June 4, 2016 – Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options creates “Start Something New” Polaroid Wall at First Saturdays in downtown St. Joseph Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options hosted a living polaroid wall on Sat., June 4, at the Griffey School for the Arts during the First Saturdays downtown event to give guests a chance to see themselves in a new pair of fun frames … and to consider a new start they’d like to make for the rest of 2016. As a local family-owned business, Dr. Rosenak and his team are proud to support the community in buy-local events.
Read more here: Dr Rosenak’s Polaroid Wall
May 27, 2016 – Dr. Rosenak Responds to News That 40,000 Children Experience Eye Injuries Due to Sports Each Year Protective Eyewear is a Critical Piece of Sports Equipment
A recent fact sheet from PreventBlindness.org sends an “eye opening” reminder to families that gear to protect a child’s eyes during sports should be considered another piece of traditional sports equipment. The nonprofit organization said that up to 40,000 children per year experience eye injuries during athletic activities. “Don’t overlook protective eyewear when outfitting your kids for sports. Make it a part of your uniform checklist: bat, ball, glove, protective eyewear,” says Dr. Steven Rosenak, Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options. Read More: Dr. Rosenak Addresses Eye Injuries
Jan 31, 2016 – Doctors question safety of eye exam app – St. Joseph News Press. Read Dr. Rosenak’s opinion on apps for eye screenings.
New – Doors of St. Joseph Project with Hillcrest Transitional Housing
Wednesday, July 15, 2015 — You’re invited to send snapshots of historic and architecturally-significant doors in St. Joseph for a new poster project sponsored by Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options. Once complete, the poster will be an artwork showcasing 20 to 24 photos of doors at historic homes, churches and landmarks. Sale of the poster will help support the mission of Hillcrest Transitional Housing. Send snapshots to Shannen White, affiliate director, Hillcrest Transitional Housing, at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook at Hillcrest Transitional Housing of Buchanan County. You may also submit photos using the hashtag #thisolddoor. Snapshots due August 10; selected submissions will be photographed professionally for the art poster. For more information, call Shannen White at (816) 689-1383. Read more: Doors of St Joseph Project Announcement
Monday, February 16, 2015 – St. Joseph News Press – Although eye health is a vital part in overall well-being, issues can be difficult to identify on your own. Knowing what to look for and when to start regular care can help prevent further vision-related issues, especially in children.
Open House and Ribbon Cutting New Awesome Eyes Cinema
Sept. 23, 2014 – St. Joseph Metro Chamber – The St. Joe Metro Chamber held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the official open house for Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options Awesome Eyes Cinema.
Introducing the Awesome Eyes Cinema
Sept. 21, 2014 – St. Joseph News Press – An open house and storytelling with Will Stuck will be held from 4:15 to 4:45 p.m. at the new Children’s Area at Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options, 2229 N. Belt Highway. Refreshments will be served, and children can visit the new movie-themed children’s area. Storyteller Will Stuck will be the special guest and will share some great stories with families. For more information, call 671-0500.
Eye exams crucial for back-to-school success
Aug. 13, 2015 – St. Joseph News Press – In this article, Dr. Rosenak explains the commonly overlooked vision problems that can impact a child’s success in school.
Do you have diabetes? Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options offers unique experience and tools for helping patients living with diabetes preserve and protect their vision. (Dr. Rosenak himself lives with diabetes and successfully manages his eye care). View more here.
Vintage Optical Ads Gallery:
Remember the good old days of eye care, when customer service truly mattered for your whole family? We certainly do.
In fact, that’s how we’ve always done (and will continue to do) business as a locally-owned and operated optometrist.
Come in and see our historic ads, photos and artwork from sources like the Saturday Evening Post.
They really do capture our philosophy for vision care.