Business Scene for the week of 10/29/19

SPOOKTACULAR CELEBRATION

Join the crew at the T&A Lounge for a Spooktacular fun time. Start the fun from 8 to 11 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30 for Costume Karaoke. The winner of the scariest costume will get a free drink. Then on Friday, Nov. 1, celebrate the “Day of the Dead” with a party. There will be face painting by Swish Flick starting at 9 p.m. until closing. Both nights will feature music by DJ Outlaw. Stop by 2101 Main St. in Susanville for all the fun.

 

ENJOY A FALL TEA EVENT SATURDAY

This Saturday, Nov. 2, Rob and Linda Hart are presenting a Fall Tea at Coventry Gardens inside the Walker Mansion in downtown Westwood. So why not start our beautiful fall season enjoying a variety of teas and a special Hart’s three-tier food presentation? Two seatings are available: noon and 3 p.m. Call 256-2133 for reservations.

 

HARVEST OPEN HOUSE

It’s that time of year … the annual Harvest Open House and Holiday Preview at Every Bloomin’ Thing. Owner Melissa McCoy invites everyone out to her shop this Saturday, Nov. 2 to sip and sample mulled cider and a Hot Ruby cranberry cider libation. There will also be an olive tasting bar and gourmet goodies to sample. Preview their harvest and holiday wonderland and sign up to win gift cards and prizes. Be sure and check out the nursery sale and all the new fall fashions in the gift shop. They are located at 705-670 Highway 395 E in Johnstonville. Give them a call at 251-2330.

 

VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS MONTHLY BREAKFAST

Mark your calendars for 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, for the monthly VFW breakfast downstairs at the Veterans Memorial Hall on Main Street in Susanville. Breakfast is open to the public. For a small donation you will receive a hot delicious breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage, hash-browns, and S.O.S., a country sausage gravy over toast. Bring the whole family. Children under 10 eat free. If you have any questions, call Nick Padilla at 310-1528.

 

FREE BOOK AND A MOVIE

This free event happens at the Sierra Theatre at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov 2. Lassen County Office of Education and a long list of sponsors are hosting this event to promote reading and family activities. Remember, this is a free event.

 

IT’S PARTY TIME

Esther Faustino, owner of El Tepeyac Grill, has been open for 14 years! Faustino is no stranger to serving the community; she has been serving the folks in Lassen County for more than 34 years. About 14 years ago she turned the tables and opened her own restaurant. Faustino is a delight to all those who enter her doors. She is known for her outgoing and Latino flare. At home she was known for her outstanding food that she now serves to everyone who dines at El Tepeyac or Lassen Steaks, her other restaurant. She tells us she is so “happy and grateful to serve her customers.”

Her gratitude extends to not only her customers but also to distributors and service businesses that help her run her establishment. This Sunday, Nov. 3, stop by El Tepeyac Grill in mid-town Susanville at 1700 Main St. for the celebration.

 

COPPERVALE SKI FUNDRAISER

Thinking of local snow and skiing? What better place than Coppervale Ski Area? To help support this local ski hill, come to Lassen Community College Cafeteria/Student Union for a Fundraiser Dinner/Dance from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8. There will be street tacos, beer and wine, door prizes and live music by Rickety Bridge. For more information or to donate, call 258-7635.

 

FALL MEANS LEAF COLLECTION!

The city of Susanville is taking bagged leaves again, and the bags must be securely tied and cannot weigh more than 40 pounds. Only bagged leaves will be accepted. If you are handicapped and/or elderly, call 257-1041 to arrange pickup of bagged leaves. This program runs Oct. 28 to Dec. 12, and the location is at the vacant lot on Skyline Road at Numa Road. For more information, see their ad in this week’s paper.

 

CONGRATULATIONS FOR FIVE YEARS

Kathie Garnier, Branch Manager/Loan Officer at American Pacific Mortgage, would like to say congratulations and extend her appreciation to her assistant Kayla Clement for working by her side for the past five wonderful years.

 

NEW DOCTOR IN TOWN

Northeastern Rural Health Clinics is pleased to announce Dr. Kimberly Clinite MD/OB has started in family practice as of Oct. 15. Her experience is family medicine, high risk obstetrics, family planning, childbirth, vasectomy and much more. Dr. Clinite will be taking new patients Monday through Wednesday and Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call to set up a new patient appointment today at 251-5000. We welcome Dr. Clinite to our community.

 

PAWS FOR EFFECT NOW OPEN

Hannah Antonucci, owner of Paws for Effect Grooming, is very excited to announce the opening of her new shop. Antonucci has lived in Susanville most of her life, and she dreamed of opening a grooming shop and worked toward that dream until it became reality. If your dog or cat — yes she does cats, too — needs a little pampering, Paws for Effect Grooming is located at 1410 Main St., Susanville. Call 257-4499 for an appointment.