Business Scene for the week of 5/28/19

The deadline for advertising space in the annual Lassen County Fair Guide is Thursday, June 6, and if your business or organization wants to get your message in front of 14,000 readers, then you’ll want to call our advertising team today. This is one of our most popular publications since it features all the important information you need to know about the events and attractions at this year’s fair. Our staff is ready to custom design a display ad to highlight the best your business has to offer this summer.

The Veterans of Foreign Wars is hosting its monthly breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m., Saturday, June 1. Breakfast will be served downstairs in the Veterans Memorial Building on Main Street, Susanville. The breakfast is open to the public. Bring the whole family. Children under 10 eat free. The delicious hot breakfast includes scrambled eggs, sausage, hash-browns and S.O.S., a country sausage gravy over toast. For more information, call Mel Morrison at 249-0115.

The Honey Lake Valley Assembly of God Church is hosting its annual Janesville Bible Camp for students entering grades Kindergarten through sixth grade starting June 10 through June 14. The Middle School Bible Camp will run from June 18 to June 21. In addition to Bible story time, singing and verse memorization, they’ve got lots of great activities scheduled including outdoor game time, craft time and their exciting obstacle course. Find the registration information in their ad or call them at 917-8582.

Local kinesiologist Jon Olson is hosting a free community wellness workshop June 6 in Greenville and from 5 to 7 p.m. June 13 at the Susanville Mall conference room, located at 805 Main St. If you have been having physical or emotional health issues and you want to learn more about safe, natural solutions for improving your well being, then mark your calendar to attend one of these two events. Olson has a variety of methods he uses to find muscular imbalances and neurological faults that could be interfering with your health. Many of his clients have found relief from insomnia, back and body pain, TMJ, A.D.D., learning disorders, stress and much more. To find out more about this holistic approach, call him at 310-4277 or visit his website If you have horses, he even has the state-of-the-art BEMER therapy, which he can go on location to demonstrate for you. Be sure to pick up a copy of the new Lassen Visitors Guide and find his advertised special to give you even extra savings on your treatments.

Jim Wolcott, manager at Lassen County Fairgrounds, is gearing up for the 10th annual Susanville Bluegrass Festival from June 21 through June 23. The festival features a wide range of artist; Blue Highway, The Sierra Sweethearts and Red Dog Ash to name a few. The festival will host more that just entertainment; there will be a quilt room sponsored by Country Pines Quilt Shop, a music camp, and a tri-tip dinner called Bluegrass and Barbeque Wednesday night of the festival. Get your passes early and save. Visit or call the fair office at 251-8900 for more information.

Paulina Baker, manager at Anytime Fitness, has announced the “Let’s make healthy happen, 21 transformation.” The staff will provide a coach to keep you on track, before and after fitness assessments, training sessions and a meal prep guide with a recipe e-book. Baker says anyone can participate, you do not have to be a member; however, those who are members before June 1 will get a shopping list for your meal prep guide. For more information, stop by the gym or call 257-7770. Let Baker know you saw this in the paper.

Graduation is just a week away and hair stylist Susan McKenzie at Hair Hunters in Uptown Susanville wants to let you know she still has appointments for those last minute cuts, colors or perms. “I’ve had several clients who want to jazz things up a bit with a few strands of fun colors like purple, royal blue and pink” she tells us. “I love taking the time to consult with each client and help them update their style and color to something that is flattering and easy to care for.”
Need a little pampering before the big celebration? Then consider booking an appointment with Linda Hoge for one of her luxury spa pedicures and manicures. She also does beautiful full sets of nails. You can book appointments with both ladies by calling Hair Hunters Salon at 257-HAIR (4247).

No one really likes to talk about their issues with unwanted facial hair growing out of control. The stress of plucking and waxing can even give you anxiety. If you’re tired of the traditional hair removal methods, then head on over to Touch of Thread in Uptown Susanville. Owner Manjit Ahuja is a specialist in threading hair removal, which is all natural, chemical free and less painful. She can also help with eyebrow shaping. Threading hair removal is available for your full face or specialty areas for your lip, chin, sideburns, neck and forehead. Plus, Touch of Thread carries a unique selection of beautiful embroidered dresses, skirts, tops and pants, specialty purses, jewelry and home décor. If you haven’t been into this charming boutique, be sure to see all their new arrivals and tell them the paper sent you.

If the winter weather has left you feeling tired and run down, then you owe it to yourself to book an appointment with one of the massage therapists at the Revive Wellness Spa. This newly opened center is located at 44 North Lassen St. in Susanville. Co-owners Sareena Estes and Erin Macisaac-Mumper have created a relaxing sanctuary featuring infrared saunas, detoxing ionic footbaths and relaxing massage rooms. You can customize your experience with many affordable add-ons like hot stones, aromatherapy, cupping, dry brush massage and their signature collagen facial mask. They sell hand-crafted body care items and the Purexyeince water soluble, all natural, THC-free CBD oil. These oils include Curcumin and Nootropics and other compounds that can bring numerous benefits to improve and heal pain, mood and sleep. Revive Wellness Spa is open to clients by appointment only. Schedule a spa day for you and your friends by calling them at 260-8899.