Biz News for Oct. 18, 2011
It's time for the witches, ghosts and goblins to make their way to Uptown Susanville for the annual Safe and Sane Halloween fun. The festivities will begin at 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31. Main Street will be closed to traffic, thanks to the efforts of the Susanville Police Department, from the top of Main Street to Weatherlow Street. There will be a pet costume contest along with costume contests for all the little ones. Our generous local uptown businesses will be ready to hand out some delicious treats to all who make their way uptown.
FALL HOME DÉCOR GIVEAWAY
Peggy Root, owner of Susanville Discount Furniture, tells us she just got in the new line of fall furniture catalogues for Ashley and Coaster Fine Furniture. She is having a free drawing for a brushed silver table lamp to celebrate the upcoming holiday season. “We offer easy financing, layaway and with our order catalogues we can save you hundreds of dollars by shopping local,” Root adds “We are carrying rebuilt mattresses too so you can enjoy the quality, look and feel of a new mattress for less.” The drawing will be held on Nov. 15, so hurry in and see what’s new on the showroom floor and enter for your chance to win a new lamp.
KEEP KIDS WARM IN CARHARTT
The Pardner, Inc. on Johnstonville Road in Susanville tells us the new fall/winter line of infant, toddlers and children’s clothing by Carhartt has just arrived. “We have jumpers jackets, overalls and more,” according to co-owner Jo Ellen Wood. Plus she adds, “The new style of Levis 501 jeans for men and women. The ladies jeans are perfectly slimming and comfortable and you won’t have to worry about them being too low that your extra flesh shows like many of the junior sizes these days.” If you want to look your best, and be comfortable and warm too, then The Pardner, Inc. is the shop for you.
MANICURES, MASSAGES AND MAMMOGRAMS
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month and Banner Lassen Medical Center has partnered with several local business professionals to host their annual Manicures, Massages and Mammograms event from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Oct. 28 in the Lassen/Shasta room at the hospital. You will need a physician referral to attend the event and there will be lots of special pampering and gifts awaiting participants. Call the hospital for more details.
Get on your costume and dancing shoes and head on over to the Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel for their annual Halloween Costume Party. The first 200 customers in costume will get a free goody bag with $10 in cash. Plus you can have your chance at winning your share of the $3,500 in cash and prizes to be given away. So bring your friends out for a spooktacular good time and dance to the live music of Side FX.
The Herlong Volunteer Fire Department is having their second annual haunted house at their fire department office. The volunteers have put a lot of time into this year’s house, sure to scare even the bravest that dare to enter. You can get more details on the dates and times in their ad this week.
LIGHT A LITE FOR LOVED ONE’S
Honey Lake Hospice tells us you may now purchase your Light a Lite at Margie’s Book Nook and Plumas Bank in honor of the annual tree lighting ceremony taking place at the Eagle Lake Village on Nov. 19. The holidays can be a difficult time when you are facing the loss of a loved one and the memorial candles are a great way of remembering them. You can contact Honey Lake Hospice for more information or look for their ad.
FALL HOME FACELIFT
The holiday season is just a few short weeks away and Arlin Billington, at Billington Ace Hardware, wants to remind you they have the latest in outdoor and indoor paint colors. “Our paint specialists are ready to help you find a fresh new color to give your home a facelift this season” said Billington. While you’re shopping at your local Ace be sure to ask for help if you need suggestions for getting your home and garden ready for the cold winter weather. A few efficiency measures now can result in huge savings on your utility bills and we all know what that means … more money for food and holiday fun!