Biz news for March 15, 2011
LASSEN HOOPS TOURNAMENT
It's tournament week for Lassen Hoops basketball players. The 3rd/4th graders tournament begins on Tuesday, March 15. All other players’ tournament begins on Friday night March 18. The championship games will be held Sunday at Lassen High School. There will be charge at the door for entry (excluding players).
Diamond Mountain Casino will be celebrating their 15th anniversary starting at 10 a.m. March 17. There will be complimentary appetizers in the afternoon and players can even try to win their share of a $1,000 giveaway. Then get in your closet and get out your 80’s outfits for their 80’s party March 18. See the casino for more details.
NATIONAL QUILTING DAY
March 19 is National Quilting Day and Laura Roberts, owner of Country Pines Quilt Shop on East Richmond Road will be hosting a free Sparkling Cider Quilt Project from 6 to 9 p.m. March 18 at the Janesville Fire Hall. Call the quilt shop to pre-register for the class and stop in to purchase your favorite fabrics, the pattern and special ruler. Check out her ad in this week’s paper for contact information.
KICK OFF RELAY FOR LIFE
It's time to start thinking of the annual Relay for Life. The kick-off for Relay for Life will be held at 6 p.m. March 15 at Meadow View School. According to Rachelle Surian, the kick-off coordinator, this year’s Relay for Life will be held July 30 and 31 at Lassen High School.
Beginning this Saturday, March 19 for the next three Saturdays, March 26, April 2 and 9, there will be a free 3-Step Veggie Class at Every Bloomin' Thing. Owner Melissa McCoy, will be instructing all three classes beginning at 10 a.m. each Saturday. You will learn everything you need to know to grow a successful garden in this area.
Speaking of Every Bloomin' Thing, if you haven't been out there lately, you need to go by. Melissa has been busy shopping at trade shows recently. You will find fun cocktail rings, bracelets, earrings and so much more you wouldn't expect to find at a garden center.
If you have not yet heard of Artistic Connections, now is the time to view their wonderful pieces of jewelry. Kathleen Markert and Lisa Coutemanche have teamed up to form this fun business. The ladies will be hosting an event from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, March 18 at Eagle Lake Village. Stop by to see all of their beautiful handmade pieces.
Penny Artz, of County Cleaners in Susanville, informs us they are going to be having some electrical renovations done to their building. They are required to close for a day as a result. They will be closed on Thursday, March 17.
SAME DAY DENTISTRY
The dental office of Dr. Struve is now able to offer same day crowns. Using E4D technology they can take fast, clean digital scans, then design and create your restoration while you’re in the office. No more uncomfortable temporaries or return visits. Your entire treatment from start to finish can be completed in a single appointment. With E4D they can offer you modern dentistry that fits your modern lifestyle. Call today to see if an E4D restoration is right for you. Dennis D. Struve D.D.S. is located on Ash Street in Susanville.
ATTENDING THE REVERSE DANCE?
Looking for a dress, headbands or caps for the Roaring Twenties themed Reverse Dance at Lassen High on March 26? Marette Wakeman, owner of Simply Treasures, has a selection of items to make you look like you came out of the Roaring Twenties!
PAMPER YOUR HANDS
Kim Cox is pleased to announce the opening of Delightful Digits in the back of the Century 21 building in Susanville. Cox has more than 24 years experience in the industry and specials in sculptured acrylic nails. She recently started offering clients the acrylic encapsulated mylar nails, the latest in state-of-the-art nail fashions. So whether you want a traditional manicure or a full set of nails with jazzy extras like airbrushing, be sure to schedule an appointment at Delightful Digits by calling Kim at 310-3998.