Biz News for Oct. 18, 2011
The ladies at the Gift Boutique tell us their open house was a huge success! Tricia Desutsch was the lucky winner of the body pampering products gift basket and Sharon Barnum received one of Mary Ellen’s Wine Lover’s Baskets with two etched wine goblets and raku fired wine bottle stopper from the shop. While the Gift Boutique is a new name, the ladies want to remind you that they still carry antiques, collectible and home décor.
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Can't believe we are talking about the holidays, however they are right around the corner. We are busy at the Lassen County Times working on our annual Home for the Holidays publication. The special insert will be available in the newspaper the week prior to Thanksgiving. It's cholk full of great holiday traditions, recipes, gift-giving ideas and so much more. If you want to advertise in this popular edition, call your advertising consultant at the Times today to reserve your space. It deadlines on Oct. 20.
CUSTOM MADE JEWELRY
The ladies from Artistic Connections will be showcasing their custom made jewelry at Eagle Lake Village from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 25. Kathleen Markert and Lisa Courtemanche tell us everyone is welcome to go by and see their new pieces. If you miss seeing them there, you can see them at the Monticola Club’s Christmas Fair on Nov. 11 and 12, or at Hair Hunters Salon in Susanville on Dec. 8.
It's just about basketball time! Lassen Hoops will be having sign-ups beginning this Thursday night, Oct. 20, then again on Oct. 27, and on Nov. 2 and 9. All sign-ups will be at Susanville Pizza Factory from 5 to 7:30 p.m. It's open to boys and girls in 3rd through 8th grade. For more information contact Dale Oxford at 310-3665.
FALL IS IN THE AIR
Witches, black cats, spooky signs and more! You will find all of that and much, much more for your Halloween and fall decor at Every Bloomin’ Thing. Owner Melissa McCoy has quite the display of fall and Halloween decorations. In a couple of weeks the shop will be full of Christmas as she prepares for the holiday season and her Harvest Open House set for Oct. 29.
NEW DANCE INSTRUCTOR
New Image Racquetball & Fitness Center has a new Kid’s Dance Team instructor! Mary Loflin informs us Ashley Lively will be teaching Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop and Greek Tap. She is accepting new students ages 3-13 years old. Classes are on Tuesdays. Call 257-9525 or stop by 1717 Main St. in Susanville for more information.
RESTAURANT OPEN SIX DAYS IN MILFORD
Ted Wylie, out at Honey Lake Campground, would like to remind everyone even with winter peeking around the corner, Honey Lake Restaurant is open Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner.
As the oldest full-service RV park in Lassen County, with 26 years in business, Ted continues to provide residents and tourists alike with a host of amenities including a full laundry facility; general store and they even pump propane!
They are located just 16 miles south of Susanville on Highway 395, call ahead at 253-2519 for orders to go!
The Lassen County Arts Council in conjunction with Goreela Productions will be showing the premiere of the film “LOU” at Middleton Hall, at Lassen Community College. The premiere is from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on Oct. 22. Former resident and screenwriter Dillon Brown encourages those interested in the film industry to come support the arts and meet the creative people behind this independent film.
BIKE THE BIZZ
Local owner Dan Brown at Bicycle Bananas reminds you the fall colors are fabulous on the Bizz Johnson Trail, so if you’ve ever wanted to take up mountain bike riding now is the time to do so. The experts at the bike shop can help you purchase the new mountain bike that meets your skill level and adventure goals. So don’t put off until tomorrow your chance to enjoy the beauty all around you.Head to Uptown Susanville today and check out the latest in mountain bikes and accessories at Bicycle Bananas.