Business Scene for the week of 4/23/19

SPRING HOME AND GARDEN SHOW
It’s time for the 13th annual Spring Home and Garden Show. The event will take place this year from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at the Lassen County Fairgrounds. Several area businesses will have booths showcasing their products and services. There will be free WiFi provided by Frontier Communications too. Food and beverages will be available all day and admission is free.

LASSEN HUMANE SOCIETY NEEDS YOUR DONATIONS
The 14th annual Lassen Humane Society yard sale is coming May 17 through May 19. Now that the weather is good, it’s a great time to do some clearing of your clutter of those things you just don’t want or use. Starting on April 29 through May 11 you can bring your donations to the Lassen County Fairgrounds Industrial building (use the National Guard entrance) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
They ask that you do not bring adult clothing, computers, TVs or broken items, unusable items. This is a great opportunity to support a worthwhile cause. See their ad for more information.

SECOND ANNUAL HOME BREW COMPETITION
The Lassen Land and Trails Trust is hosting the second annual Lassen County Home brew competition from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at the Historic Susanville Railroad Depot on Richmond Road. Public tasting and pub snacks will be available, as well as commemorative tasting glasses. The proceeds support Nature Camp, the Farmer’s Market and management of conservation on working lands to help preserve Lassen County’s rural way of life. Look for their ad in this week’s paper for advance ticket sales locations, or you can also get one at the event. This is a great chance to sample the best homebrews in the county!

REGISTER TODAY FOR THE SUSANVILLE SYMPHONY GOLF TOURNAMENT
The Susanville Symphony is gearing up for its fundraiser golf tournament that will take place at the Diamond Mountain Golf Course on June 1. They’ll be giving away a cash prize for the hole in one on hole No. 7 and a Harley Davidson Motorcycle for hole No. 9. Tickets include a golf cart, bag lunch and dinner. Proceeds support the Susanville Symphony Youth Music Academy. You don’t have to be a great golfer to participate. Individuals and pairs are welcome as well as teams of four. You’ll find the registration form in their ad this week or you can call 310-8111 for more information.

FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE TOWN HALL
Are you concerned about the impact of underage drinking in Lassen County? If so, then you can do something proactive about it by attending the Friday Night Live Town Hall meeting from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 30. The event will take place at Middleton Hall at the Lassen Community College campus. Parents, educators, trusted adults and those who engage with youth will all have an opportunity to discuss and share their thoughts about ways to reduce underage drinking. Look for their full color ad in this week’s paper for registration information.

LOCAL AUTHOR BOOK SIGNING
David Teeter at Margie’s Book Nook is hosting a book signing for local author Patrick Luna. Luna has recently published the novel “Fire Bomb” that is about wildland firefighters in California. The signing will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. April 27. If you need some new reading material, be sure to stop by and get your personally signed copy from the author at this event.

NEW STYLISTS AND MANICURIST AT CASINO SALON
The Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel Beauty and Barber Shop recently welcomed stylist Char Ormachea and manicurist Karisa Harper. Ormachea has more than 40 years of industry experience. She is still available for her clients in Chester and tells us she’s excited to offer her services in Susanville too! If you’ve been feeling frustrated with dry, dull winter hair she’s ready to get you a fresh new look for spring. Plus she offers special discounts for seniors.
Harper has a passion for giving her clients the best possible manicure and pedicure experience. She offers full sets and fills for gel and acrylic nails. If you want to dress things up a bit, you can get nail stamping too. This week’s ad will give your more details on booking your appointments
Pat Tafoya wants to remind you he specializes in haircuts for men and walk-ins are always welcome.

IT IS NOT TOO SOON TO CHECK YOUR COOLING SYSTEM
Kyle Baumiller, owner of All Season Heating and Air, Inc. in Uptown Susanville, tells us now is the time to schedule your appointment to have your air conditioning system for your home checked. Once you have lit the last fire for the season, go ahead and schedule an appointment to have your chimney cleaned, too! Baumiller generously donated a Traeger BBQ to the Soroptimist of Susanville Margarita Fest drawing, so you can get your tickets right there in the store. All Season Heating and Air is located at 922 Main Street, Susanville. They can be reached at 257-7202.

MARGARITA FEST
Don’t forget to head on down to the Margarita Fest, hosted by the Soroptimist of Susanville. It is being held at Jensen Hall at the Fairgounds in Susanville from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 3. There will be a silent auction, nacho bar, photo booth and more. For more information, call Kerri Cobb at 310-1303.

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