Biz News for Dec. 20, 2011
Margaret Wang at Happy Garden Chinese Restaurant wants everyone to know they now have big screen TVs and the sports package. They also have 24-hour Wi-Fi. Come on down and catch a game while enjoying one of the many specials they have to offer.
They are located at 1960 Main St., or you may call ahead for takeout at 257-5553.
MEN’S SHOPPING SPECIAL
It’s time again for the annual Men’s Shopping Night at The Pardner, Inc. on Johnstonville Road. Load up Santa’s sleigh with lots of amazing specials on western wear and gifts for everyone on your list from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., Dec. 22. In addition to enjoying complimentary refreshments while you shop, the staff is ready to help in case you need personal shopping assistance. Plus, they’re offering gift-wrapping, so you’ll be all ready for the holiday. Not sure what to give? Don’t worry — they offer gift certificates too!
HOLIDAY GIFTS AND MORE
Andrew and Carrie Baum, owners of the Susanville Grocery Outlet want to remind you they’re more than just a grocery store. In fact the Baums tell us they have a great selection of gifts and holiday home décor to make holiday entertaining a snap and leave you with extra cash in your pocket. If you haven’t shopped there lately, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at everything you’ll find!
JUNIOR PHEASANT HUNT
Pheasants Forever is hosting a New Year’s Eve Junior Pheasant Hunt this Dec. 31. The fun begins at 9 a.m. until noon. There are only 20 spots available for this hunt. Lunch will be provided. All hunters must be under 16 years of age and possess a valid junior hunting license. For more information call Dave Ramirez at 251-6521.
Triple Threat Basketball is hosting a camp Dec. 27-29 for kids in third through eighth grades. The camp is based on skills and drills. If you would like to register your kids, call Mike Giacomelli at 257-9240.
HUNTING EDUCATION COURSE
Learn to hunt the right way by enrolling in a Hunter Education Course. Don Armentrout will be teaching this class from 8 a.m. to noon Dec. 27 through Dec. 30. This free course teaches people to know their gun, their responsibilities and proper ethics. The class will be held at the BLM-Eagle Lake Field Office at 2950 Riverside Drive. For more information call Don at 251-0560. It is limited to 15 participants.
FREE CHRISTMAS DINNER
We live in an amazing giving community. If you ever doubt that, just keep reading. This Christmas Day Community Evangelical Free Church in Susanville is hosting a free Christmas dinner from 4 to 6 p.m. at Jensen Hall (at the Lassen County Fairgrounds). All are welcome to attend this holiday dinner.
WALGREENS STILL TAKING INSURANCE
Pharmacist BJ Goodridge at Walgreens in Susanville informs us they are accepting the new CVS Caremark insurance provided to people working at the prisons in Susanville.
‘TIS THE SEASON…
to spend some time with family and friends. If you haven't already checked out the Festival of Lights at the Lassen County Fairgrounds in Susanville, you might be missing out. This is the last weekend to view them — from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 23 and Saturday, Dec. 24, and from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 25 (Christmas). You don't have to get out of your nice, warm vehicle either.
MAYBE A CARRIAGE RIDE?
Johnston Family Farms and Carriages is offering carriage rides in Susanville. Rides are by appointment only. What a great Christmas tradition this could be, all bundled up on a horse-drawn carriage. For more information or to schedule your ride, you can reach Jackie Johnston at 249-6071.
A LITTLE SLICE OF DELICIOUS
If you find yourself in Uptown Susanville shopping, be sure and check out the sinful desserts now on hand at The Elegant Iris and Men’s Den. You will find carrot cake, cheesecake, fudge brownies, truffles and more. They are sold by the slice.