Business Scene for the week of 6/19/18

HAIR HUNTERS WELCOMES NEW STYLIST
Heather Marsh, owner of Hair Hunters in Uptown Susanville tells us she’s pleased to welcome stylist Susan McKenzie to the salon. McKenzie recently returned to Susanville after several years away, where she attended the Paul Mitchell School in Boise, and worked in a salon in Pocatello, Idaho. She specializes in ladies razor cuts, men’s cuts and loves to do highlights and color, too.
“I’ve had a passion for cutting and styling hair since I was a child, so when I decided to pursue a professional career, I selected a top school, in order to keep up to date on the latest trends in the industry,” said McKenzie.
Client Jami Fletcher said, “This was my first time coming to Hair Hunters and Susan did an awesome job and gave me exactly what I wanted. I loved that she talked me through everything she was doing to make sure it was the look I was going for. I will definitely be back!”
McKenzie is available for walk-ins and by appointment from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and will extend her hours by request. Be sure to see her ad this week with her new client specials for ladies and her Wednesday only cut specials for men, too.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BOTTLE & BRUSH ART BAR
Bryan and Roxanna Haynes are pleased to invite you to celebrate their first birthday at the Bottle & Brush Art Bar. Join them from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, June 21 for light snacks, wine tasting, free drawings and specials in the gift shop. You must be 21 or older to attend. If you haven’t been to this charming midtown establishment, be sure to stop by this event.
“You don’t have to attend a paint and sip class to enjoy the craft beer or wine,” Haynes tells us. “We’re a great destination if you’re looking for an intimate place to have a drink with your friends and enjoy some conversation.”
Plus, they’re available for private parties and corporate meeting events, too. Find out more about this summer’s classes at bottleandbrushartbar.com

HE’S MAKING DIAMONDS
Honey Lake Valley Assembly of God is hosting a Ladies’ Day Out on Saturday, June 30. The theme of the event is, “He’s Making Diamonds”.You can enjoy lunch catered by the Stonehouse Eatery, shop, get pampered, mingle and laugh. Tickets are available at Margie’s Book Nook and the Artisan Café.

YOUR PARTNER IN WHOLE BODY WELLNESS
Local chiropractor Ronald Branvold, DC at the Susanville Chiropractic Clinic has been working hard the last few months to upgrade his medical facility. He’s recently added a state-of-the-art Far Infrared Sauna and therapeutic steam and rain shower with jets. Clients can enjoy the healing benefits of this therapy in a private room and you get a water bottle, seating pad and shower shoes. You only need to bring a swimsuit and towel to indulge in this relaxing experience. You’ll also find three new massage chairs including shiatsu and compression and a TENS unit. If you hate to exercise at the gym, then consider trying their exercise with oxygen equipment, which has been shown to be more effective than exercise alone, and the many other wellness self-service stations. They’ve even added an on site certified massage therapist for chair massages.
“Clients are tired of traditional approaches that only use dangerous drugs to address their healthcare concerns,” Branvold tells us. “At Susanville Chiropractic Clinic, I am always striving to keep up on the latest education and treatments that can empower individuals to feel better and improve their quality of life.”
If you want to learn more about their specials or get a free trial of some of these treatments, call their office at 257-7751 today and tell them you read about it in the paper. You don’t have to have an adjustment to enjoy their new wellness center. With summer here, don’t be stuck feeling sick and tired. Instead, get proactive and invest in a healthier, happier life today!

SUMMER QUILTING FUN
Laura Roberts at Country Pines Quilt Shop is participating in the Row by Row Junior quilting event. Interested kids are welcome to participate in this national promotion going on from June 21 through October 31.
Kids visit participating quilting shops and collect a free sewing pattern designed just for them to make. Learning to sew on today’s modern sewing machines incorporates all the elements of the STEM education experience in an artful way that builds self-esteem.
Roberts has one of the best fabric quilting stores in Northern California with such a great reputation that groups of lady quilters flock there from the surrounding states, too. Don’t feel you have to be a quilter to shop at Country Pines Quilt Shop, her amazing selection of prints and high quality fabrics are perfect for your other craft and sewing projects.

JandJ SUMMER SESSIONS
Jessica Newton-Wade, owner of JandJ Performing Arts, is excited to announce a summer filled with dance camps and classes. Wade and her staff offer a wide variety of dance instruction from modern, hip-hop, ballet and more. Princess Camp for ages 3 to 6 starts July 10.
For more information on camps and classes, see their ad in this week’s paper. You may sign up online at jandjperformingarts.com.

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