Business Scene for the week of 10/30/18

HARVEST FESTIVAL IN JANESVILLE
Honey Lake Valley Assembly of God invites you to attend their Harvest Festival from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31. This family friendly, fun-filled event will have trunks with candy, candy games, a puppet show, face painting, pony rides and hay rides, too. Janesville Fire Department will be there with a fire engine for the kids to check out. Plus, they’ll be serving up soup, chili, hot dogs and assorted beverages. If you don’t want to spend hours taking your kids around the neighborhood trick or treating, then head on out to their Harvest Festival for a wonderful community event located at the church.

HELP FOR THOSE EXPERIENCING GRIEF
Honey Lake Hospice will be presenting an interactive Holiday Grief Workshop titled The Many Faces of Grief. The program will be held from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3 at the Susanville United Methodist Church fellowship hall. There are many life situations that cause feelings of grief. The loss of a job, divorce, health issues, loss of faith, pets, friendship and income can all create emotions difficult to deal with. If you could use a few hours of inspirational ideas and activities to offer you tools for healing from loss, then mark your calendar to attend this event. You can RSVP by calling 257-3137.

GET YOUR COSTUME ON FOR THE BIGGEST PARTY IN TOWN
Diamond Mountain Casino, Hotel and Brewery is having its annual Halloween Costume Party on Saturday, Nov. 3. You can register for the costume contest at 8 p.m. They’ll be giving away $500 in promo play to the winners of the scariest, sexiest, homemade, couples and funniest costumes. Plus, all contest participants will be entered to win $500 in promo play, in addition to the first 200 costumed guests getting $10 in promo play. Through the end of October they will be giving away approximately $6,000 a day in promo play, including Cash Call Jackpots and the amounts double during the Halloween Party. You must be a Diamond Club member to be eligible for those promotions. So, if you aren’t already, be sure to sign up today!

HAY DAY HOMECOMING
Lassen Community College invites you to join them in the LCC Café and Courtyard from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3 for this fun community event. There will be live music by Timeless, drawings, S’mores, a selfie photo station, yummy food, dancing and games. Kids under 17 are free. Be sure to see their ad in this week’s paper for more information on ticket sales. Bring the family and enjoy a night of fun for everyone!

KICKETTE CAMP
The Susanville City Kickettes invite you to their two-day Future Kickettes Camp this Saturday, Nov. 3 and Saturday, Nov. 10. The camp will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days at JandJ Performing Arts Studio. The camp is for dancers age 4 years and up, and will teach skills for kicks, formations and all things needed to be a Kickette. Snacks, heels and a shirt are provided. See their ad in this week’s paper for more details and sign up online at jandjperformingarts.com.

FRIENDS OF NRA BANQUET
The Susanville Friends of NRA is holding its annual banquet Saturday, Nov. 3 at the Veterans Memorial Hall on Main Street, Susanville. In addition to dinner, there will be special drawings, live and silent auctions and much more. To purchase pre-sale tickets, call 249-2829 and see their ad in this week’s paper for more information.

VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS “MONTHLY BREAKFAST”
Mark your calendars for 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 3 for the monthly breakfast downstairs at the Veterans Memorial Building on Main Street, Susanville. Breakfast is open to the public. For a small donation you will receive a hot delicious breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage, hash-browns and S.O.S., a creamy sausage gravy over toast. Bring the whole family, children under 10 eat free. If you have any questions you can call Ron Wood at 310-0428.

BETA MU MASTER PREFERENTIAL TEA
Beta Mu Master is hosting Preferential Tea this Sunday, Nov. 4 for all members. See their ad for more information, or call Connie Stovall at 257-2313.

IT’S YOUR BRAIN THAT HEARS, NOT YOUR EARS
Upstate Hearing Instruments is having a free educational seminar from 10 to 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 5 at Northeastern Rural Health Clinic, located at 1850 Spring Ridge Drive, Susanville. Discussions will be on how your brain perceives sound, enhancing communication and listening skills and more. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper.

BEER PAIRING DINNER
Lassen Ale Works at the Pioneer Saloon wants you to know they are having a special four-course dinner featuring Lassen Ale Works Beer and talks from their brewing and cooking staff on beer making, pairing and cooking. The event will take place on at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14. Tickets sell out fast for these special events, so be sure to get yours early.

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Susan River Realty is once again adding property management to their real estate services menu. They are a full service real estate firm with multiple, experienced agents to serve you. For more information, call 257-8344, or see their ad in this week’s paper.

DOCTORS RETIRING
Longtime Susanville Doctors S.K. and Indra Uppal have announced their upcoming retirement. If you are or have been a patient of theirs, contact their office by Nov. 15 to have your records transferred. For more information, call 257-7773, or stop in the office at 103 Fair Drive in Susanville. See their ad in this week’s paper for additional information.

MOUNTAIN YOGA STUDIO
Donna Smith. owner of Mountain Yoga Studio, has a new Fall Line Up of classes. Be sure to go to their website or MINDBODY app for a whole list of these great classes. Coming soon to Mt. Yoga Studio is ALReal Yoga: the latest yoga style using an aerial fabric hammock to help refine and enhance the traditional mat-based yoga practice. You can see Mountain Yoga Studio’s ad in this week’s paper.

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