DJ SERVICES AVAILABLE
Biz news for Oct. 12, 2010
Tomm and Michelle Williams, of Williams Sound and Stage, have added a few new options to their services. They are now offering DJ services (for weddings, holiday parties, etc.) plus they also have small system rentals, wireless mic rentals, and stage lighting rentals. Aaron Duerkson has joined them as a sound technician; he offers an extensive background in audio/visual training and application.
Are you looking to landscape your yard, or have some big rocks in your way? Did you know Kirack Construction has a dozer and/or excavator that will do just the job? Maybe you need your current driveway scraped, or a new driveway made. Give them a call today to find out what they can do for you.
Sierra Jewelry is celebrating their third anniversary in Susanville. To show their appreciation they are giving away a one-ounce bar of gold. Stop in their uptown location to see all the specials they have for the holidays, plus you can sign up to win the bar of gold!
FUN FOR THE FAMILY
Mark your calendars for a day of family fun as the Westwood Chamber of Commerce holds its “Old Town Fall Festival”, from 3 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16. This event will be at Walker Mansion and the Visitors Center. There will be hayrides, a pumpkin patch, pie competition, music, craft vendors, food vendors, beer and mead gardens, caramel apples and much more!
NEW STYLIST AT OASIS
Stylist Julie Wedemyer, has joined the team of Shear Oasis. She brings with her 16 years of experience in cuts, corrective colors, and highlights. Julie is also certified in the Brazilian Blowout service. Call today to make an appointment. Julie is available both Fridays and Saturdays.
IT’S A TREASURE HUNT
Marett Wakeman, owner of Simply Treasures, tells us she’s got lots of new gift items in stock.
“It’s like a treasure hunt as you meander through our quaint store and find all the fabulous dresses, designer purses, bridal gowns and more at amazingly low prices,” said Wakeman. “I’ve also just installed an exterior store display window to showcase some of our new items.”
Simply Treasures has a free monthly drawing too, so be sure to stop by and treat yourself to something new, and if you’re dressing up for Halloween she’s got good deals on costumes too!
CELEBRATIONS, NO HASSLE
If you or your business is planning a special event, then consider saving yourself the hassle of cooking and cleaning by reserving the banquet room at Happy Garden Chinese restaurant. Owner Margaret Wang, tells us they are taking reservations now for holiday gatherings for large and small groups. In addition to the spacious location, she also offers catering services for your parties to go. Contact Wang at Happy Garden for menu suggestions and to reserve your date.
MAMMOGRAMS AND MASSAGES
October is National Breast Cancer awareness month and Banner Lassen Medical Center has put together a two-day event of pampering manicures, massages and mammograms from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14 and Friday, Oct. 15. Patients receiving mammograms will get treated to refreshments, hot robes, nutritional evaluations and more. See their ad in this week’s paper for details if you would like to participate in this event.
FALL WESTERN WEAR
The Pardner, Inc., on Johnstonville Rd. in Susanville, is a great place to shop for the latest in men’s, women’s, and children’s western wear fashions. Jo Ellen Woods, tells us their new line of fashions by your favorite brands including Wrangler, Rockies and Carhartt, are perfect for this cool fall weather. Plus you can complete your look with Justin boots, quality leather purses, belts, hats and sterling silver jewelry.
“We’re always looking to bring in new brand name products to keep, the community shopping local. If you haven’t been out to The Pardner, Inc. lately you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the huge selection of gifts, western wear and home décor. Plus they carry top of the line products for your favorite furry friends.