Business Scene for the week of 4/9/19

ANNUAL LIBRARY SALE
It’s time for the annual Lassen Library book sale. The event will take place from today, Tuesday, April 9, through Saturday, April 20, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays. Prices on quality books are super low, so it’s the perfect time to stock up on spring reading material.

BOOK SIGNING AT MARGIE’S BOOK NOOK
Local author Lynne Sella will be joining Margie’s Book Nook for a book signing from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 13. She will be premiering her book, “Horse Wrangler,” which is the third book in the Deputy Murdock series. Be sure to attend and meet the author where she’ll personally be signing copies.

COMMUNITY WELLNESS WORKSHOP
Local Kinesiologist Jon Olson, at Applied Kinetic Concepts, will be hosting a free community wellness workshop on from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 18. The workshop will take place at the Susanville Mall conference room located at 805 Main St. This is a casual drop in program where you can learn the holistic way to identify imbalances in the body through muscle testing and determine what is inhibiting the body’s natural internal energies. Correcting this disorganization within the nervous system restores the life enhancing potential and brings your body back to peak performance. Improve your health without shots, drugs and learn how to stop the pain.

MEADOW VIEW FAMILY FUN RUN
Meadow View School will be holding a 5K Family Fun Run Saturday, April 20. The run will take place at 9 a.m. at the Susanville Ranch Park. You can sign up at the school’s Facebook page. Participants get a free T-shirt with their registration.

LET’S PLAY GOLF!
Diamond Mountain Golf Course is now open for the season. It’s time to get out and enjoy yourself and play a round of golf. They are offering some great deals for April. For pricing and tee time information, call 257.2520.

K9 PROGRAM FUNDRAISER
Chris Johnson, General Manager at Susanville Auto Center, has partnered with the Susanville Police Officer’s Association to donate $100 for every vehicle sold through April 30 for the K9 Program.
“We were very excited to help bring back this valuable program to our community,” said Johnson.
If you’re thinking of upgrading your vehicle, now is the time to drive out to the Susanville Auto Center and let their friendly staff help you find the perfect car at the right price. They also work with several lenders and can help you with financing, too!

MARGARITA FEST COMING SOON
The 2019 Margarita Fest is just around the corner. This annual event is hosted by the Soroptimists in Susanville and will once again be held at the fairgrounds inside Jensen Hall. The event is Friday, May 3. For more information on pre-sale tickets and taste test tickets, see their ad in this week’s edition of the Times.

CLAY CAGLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Clay Cagle Memorial Scholarship applications are available at the counseling office at Lassen High School. Applications are due May 6. See their ad in this week’s paper for more information on this generous scholarship opportunity.

TIME TO PLAY IN THE GARDEN
Melissa McCoy, owner of Every Bloomin’ Thing, tells us their cool season veggie plants have arrived and of course they have beautiful rows of pansies just waiting to go home with you. McCoy also says you must see the transformation of the gift shop from winter to spring. Colorful new fashion, loads of accessories and every room has been filled with the latest arrivals from January’s buying trip. Stop by and see them soon. They are located at 705-670 Highway 395 E., in Susanville.

CHECK OUT OUR FREQUENT BUYER PROGRAM
Milwood Florist and Treats Pet Supply has really great everyday prices on all of their Diamond Naturals dog food in the 40 pound bag. They have a frequent buyer program on their Taste of the Wild brand dog food, too. Mascot Gracie invites you in to see the large supply of gifts and goodies they have in stock for your furry friend. Milwood Florist and Treats Pet Supply is located at 2020 Main St. in Susanville. See their ad in this week’s paper, or give them a call at 257-9194.

RED BED THERAPY AND RELAXATION
Jon and Rachelle Barker, owners of Sierra Tan in Susanville, invite you to come in and ask about and try out the therapeutic benefits of their light therapy “Red Bed.” They also have a relaxation station room complete with a zero gravity massage chair, in addition to their many tanning beds and a spray tan booth. They have tanning minute packages to choose from and a huge inventory of tanning lotions. See their ad for more information on specials, and stop in today at 60 Hall St., Susanville.