Business Scene for the week of 10/22/19

AMY’S CORNER GRAND OPENING!
Rhoda Helene tells us that Amy’s Corner is creative arts for children’s hearts. Everyone should have a wonderful time at the new studio that is geared for the children to create and experience art. The studio’s grand opening is from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. It is located at 56 South Gay St. They will be doing an art project with the kids and their parents. For more information visit their website at amyscorner.art or call
250-6020.

HAPPY HARVEST
The staff at Lassen Nursing and Rehabilitation invites the community to come and celebrate the harvest season with the residents. On Saturday, Oct. 26 the Lassen County Hoof Beats 4-H group will bring their horses to see the residents. The 4-H members will have themselves and their faithful steeds in full costume. On Tuesday, Oct. 29, the residents will be carving pumpkins. And on Halloween night, bring your children for costume contest and Halloween party. These festivities will begin after the Uptown Susanville Safe and Sane trick or treating at around 6:30 p.m. and go until 8 p.m. Stop by 2005 River St. in Susanville or call 257-5341.

MOUNTAIN YOGA STUDIO
Donna Smith, owner of the Mountain Yoga Studio, is having an “Alchemy of Sound” which harmonizes mind, body, and spirit. This will be held at the Mountain Yoga Studio at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. There will be a small fee. For more information, see her ad in the paper or call Margarita at (575) 770-6967.

LIKE TO SING AND DANCE?
The Best of Broadway is looking for performers and new additions to their production team. So if you like to sing and dance and be on stage, show up for the 2020 auditions at the Veterans Memorial Hall, located at 1205 Main St. These will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, and from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3. You can also check out the website at susanvillebestofbroadway.org or check out their ad.

NEED A COSTUME FOR HALLOWEEN?
Stop by The Costume Shop at 2314 Main St. right next to Merry Morsels. They are open from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. They have hundreds of unique costumes to choose from for the whole family. For more information, call or text 251-1281 or 249-8259. Once you find the right costumes, be sure and go next door to Merry Morsels and treat the whole family to a sweet treat.

MY BROTHER’S SOCKS DRIVE
The campaign, My Brother’s Socks, sponsored by StudentsTurn4Greatness, will continue through Wednesday, Oct 30. In support of senior citizens, homeless and families in crisis, you can drop off a monetary donation or donate socks. For your convenience there are three locations in Susanville: Billington Ace Hardware, Margie’s Book Nook and Walmart. They are trying to reach a goal of 2,000 pairs of brand new socks. All donations will stay within Lassen County.

LEARN TO UNWIND
Are you feeling stressed and need to learn to unwind? Teresa Mossinger, certified trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming and owner of Change Take Place, has extended her practice to include guided meditation. At the grand opening of Change Takes Place Meditation Bottega, meet Mossinger and see what she has to offer, from noon to 5 p.m. Nov. 2 at 38 North Lassen St. in Uptown Susanville. See her ad in this week’s paper for all the details.

WINTER IS COMING ON FAST
Reliable R.V. is ready to help you get your R.V. or camper ready for winterization now. Call today and make an appointment to take advantage of their special going on this month. See their ad in this week’s paper.

DRIVE A LITTLE, SAVE A LOT
Savage Ranch Feed and Supply, the only locally owned and operated feed store in the area, not only carries all your feed for your livestock and pets, they are now selling America’s Best and Bear Mountain wood pellets. Take the short drive down Highway 395 toward Standish to 470-150 Thomas Blvd. and save on your winter warmth. Susanville is the place to get your wood burning pellets. They are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday though Thursday and from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday. They are closed Friday and Sunday.

PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY
FOR LIFE’S MOMENTS
Professional photographer Doug Hall, owner of D and L Studios, has recently opened a studio in Janesville. He specializes in family, children and high school senior portraits, sporting and special events. If you want to capture your child’s first birthday cake smashing session, he can do that, too. There are no travel charges for remote locations, and his on-site studio is equipped with a generator, so power outages are no problem. If you’re planning on getting married, then you’ll definitely want to check out his specialty packages that include a high-quality handmade album from Italy. For large events, they will use two photographers to capture your special moments. To find out more about his affordable photo packages, contact him at dandlstudios.com, or call 250-3398.