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Business Scene for the week of 11/7/2012

it’s truly ‘a mountain affair’

Join more than 30 merchants, restaurants and lodging providers at their pre-holiday shopping tour they have named AMountain Affair.The event is this weekend, Nov. 9, 10 and 11. Visit the myriad Chester, Lake Almanor and Indian Valley participants for a weekend to remember, “where mountain values and hospitality trump crowded malls and chaotic choices.”There will be prizes, refreshments, music and more. For additional information go to mountainaffairs.com.

zumba master class saturday

Alaka’I Kealoha and Christina Kimmel are conducting what they are calling an amazing and energy filled Zumba master class at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10, at Feather River Fitness in Quincy. The class is free for members of the fitness club and $5 for nonmembers.

special events at longboards

Longboards Bar & Grill in Graeagle is closed for the season but does have four casual evenings scheduled in November. “Wino Wednesdays,” Nov. 7 and 14, will awaken your hibernating tastebuds with tasting flights paired with complementary foods. “Wine Down Fridays,” Nov. 16 and 30, start off your weekends with an enjoyable and relaxing meal. Dinner is from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and features different wines and menus.Seating is limited and reservations are appreciated. Call 836-1111.

free haircuts for veterans

For the fourth year, Gina Gosney is honoring veterans by cutting their hair for free Saturday, Nov. 10, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. She operates Gosney’s Barber Shop on Main Street in Chester.

you’ll love the changes

Kelly Tan, the new owner of Young’s Market in Taylorsville, now gets the store’s bread delivered fresh on Tuesdays and Fridays from American Valley Bakery, which is inside Quincy Natural Foods. She said it would be offered on all sandwiches from the bountiful sandwich bar. Kelly is also offering made-to-order party platters for all your holiday events. Stop by for a sample of all the new “fun stuff,” including a new line of crackers and spreads as well as new holiday cheeses and cranberry Brie.

 

chamber mixer and open house

Norm and Jeanne Brovelli at La Casa Bella are hosting the Quincy chamber’s mixer Friday, Nov. 9, 5 – 7 p.m. On Saturday, Nov. 10, they are hosting an open house at their Main Street store where they carry an extensive inventory of indoor and outdoor furniture, lamps, mattresses and bedding, wall decorations and much more!

 

more anniversaries…

Certified massage therapist Nancy Presser, CMT, LMP, CYT, who performs a litany of specialized techniques tailored to each client’s requirements and desires, celebrates her second anniversary this month. All month long Nancy is offering a discount on all massages and free demos of the services she offers to any new client. She owns Sacred Space Energetic Healing Arts in Greenville.

 

Greenville-based attorney Mary K. Shelters celebrates her 33rd year practicing law and her third year in Plumas County. In addition to bankruptcy protection, her specialties include all aspects of estate planning.

 

   Merilu Dillard, owner of Something Original in Quincy, is celebrating her fourth anniversary. Merilu can alter whatever is in your closet that you don’t wear because it’s too short or needs repairing or some other alteration. She can do small repairs while you wait! She can be reached at 283-3141.

 

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