Business Scene for the week of 7/2/19
FREE FIREWORKS SHOW
Jim Wolcott, manager of Lassen County Fair, and Jim Olschawka, promoter of Diamond Mountain Speedway, have teamed up to give Susanville an exciting show on the Fourth of July. The races start at 6 p.m. Thursday night, July 4. Come early; the gates open at 5 p.m. Diamond Mountain Speedway offers free admission for veterans and active duty military. The fireworks show will start after the races, approximately 9:30 p.m. For more information, see this week’s ads.
PROCLAIM INDPENDENCE FROM YOUR KITCHEN
Esther Faustino, owner of El Tepeyac Grill and Lassen Steaks, will give you a break from the kitchen on the Fourth of July. She will be offering an outstanding deal on a steak and egg breakfast at El Tapeyac Grill. Before the fireworks show, go and enjoy barbecue steak, corn on the cob and baked beans at Lassen Steaks. Proclaim your independence from the kitchen and let the crew at El Tepeyac Grill and Lassen Steaks fill your belly.
DO YOUR HAVE THE SUMMERTIME BOREDOM BLUES?
Jessica Newton-Wade, owner of JandJ Performing Arts, has a solution for you! She is offering summer day camps, including Princess and acro/ tumbling camps for kids 3 and up. She is also offering summer classes in modern, hip-hop, ballet, jazz, strut, all boy, tumbling and more. Classes start July 1 through July 31 and camps start July 8. Call JandJ Performing Arts at 260-1575.
GOING, GOING, GONE FOR THE SEASON
This is the last week to get plants to beautify your yard, garden and patio. Martin’s Greenhouse will be closing for the season, so now is your chance to grab some gorgeous plants to decorate your home. Martin’s is having a huge sale on all remaining plants in stock. It’s not too late to start your veggie garden, they have well established starts. They will be open on the Fourth of July. See their ad in this week’s paper.
RED WHITE AND BLOOM
Melissa McCoy at Every Bloomin’ Thing tells us that both nurseries are overflowing right now with a beautiful selection of annuals, perennials, trees and shrubs. It is time for their Red White and Bloom special: Find anything with red on it and get a discount. They still have a variety of summer veggies you could put in the ground. Also, be sure to help your garden survive this summer heat by covering your garden beds with a layer of mulch to help keep them moist. It can reduce your watering by 30 percent and be the difference between surviving and thriving this summer. Be sure to visit the gift shop — it is bursting with new summer items. See Every Bloomin’ Thing’s ad in this week’s paper.
MAKE IT LIKE THE ACCIDENT NEVER HAPPENED
Gino’s Auto Body owner, Gino Callegari, wants to remind the community that his shop has been committed to delivering quality workmanship since 1980. They utilize state of the art equipment, including the most sophisticated computerized full down draft 2.5 million BTU bake/spray booth in Lassen County and surrounding areas. This technology insures a thoroughly cured and durable finish needed for a long-lasting repair in harsh mountain climates. It’s like the accident never happened. Visit Gino’s Auto Body at 704-960 Di Oro Lane or give them a call at 257-5358.
THOMPSON PEAK TATTOO COMPANY
Samantha Whitestone, owner of Thompson Peak Tattoo Company, is offering a clean professional tattoo art studio. She is offering custom tattoo art and cosmetic tattoos with semi permanent eyeliner and lash enhancements. Whitestone was born and raised in Susanville and has loved art her entire life. She became a licensed tattoo artist three and a half years ago. She prides herself on creating custom art for her clients, but what she really loves is getting to know people and the social aspect of interacting with her clients. Stop by her studio, located at 60 1/2 Hall St., just behind the police station, or you can call her at 251-3844 for more information.