Business Scene for the week of 10/25/2013

Hair salon opens
Lifelong Chester resident Kaitlyn Caunedo has opened her own salon, The Garden Salon & Spa. She provides a full range of services, including hair styling, coloring and extensions; manicures; pedicures; and waxing in her two-room boutique located next to Chelssa’s Flowers and Events on Main Street in Chester. Photo by Cheri McIntire
chester chamber halloween mixer

            Come join the fun at the Lake Almanor Area Chamber’s Halloween mixer at Morning Star Log Furniture.Owners Mike and Cathy Simmonsare hosting a costume party (costumes not required) and gathering for the community Thursday,Oct. 24, 5 – 7 p.m. Enjoy some hot chili around the bonfire and a libation from the chamber’s bar cart.

chester, quincy businesses move

            Fran Gray has relocated her Chester business, Back Porch Consignment & Gift Home Furnishings, to 209 Main St., near Ayoob’s Ace Hardware. Her new location is bright and cheery and provides a great showcase for her eclectic array of merchandise. This is Fran’s 12th year in business.

             Tia Robinson has moved her unique Korean exercise class called East/West Taichiyoga to 91 Church in Quincy. She says her Wednesday evening and Sunday morning classes are suited for all ages, ability levels and physical conditions, and are designed to activate, regenerate and relax her participants.

westwood parts store opens

            Reed Slockett is the manager of Cascade Auto Parts on Ash Street in Westwood. The auto parts store is affiliated with Auto Value Parts Stores and Certified Service Centers, one of the largest parts distribution networks in the world. The also carry parts for marine and off-road equipment. The business is owned by Brian Phillips, who also owns and operates Lake Almanor and Susanville Towing.

halloween doings …

             In Portola: The Log Cabin bar and restaurant is having its costume party Friday, Oct. 25, beginning at 9:30 p.m.

             In Quincy on Oct. 26 it’s the Fang-Tastic party at Pangaea on Main Street. Mitch Polzak and the Royal Deuces are performing from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

             In Quincy on Friday, Nov. 1, the Jeff Pershing Band will perform at the annual Rockin’ Halloween Bash at the Plumas Club from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Costume contest, prizes.

             Also in Quincy on Friday, Nov. 1, Main Street Sports Bar festivities get underway at 9 p.m. featuring DJ Outlaw, a costume contest and prizes.

             In Sloat at the Towne Hall it’s the 34th annual Halloween Party on Saturday, Oct. 26. The Rock Bottom Band kicks the evening off at 8:30 p.m.

             Westwood: The Double G Iron Horse Saloon on Ash Streetits annual costume party Saturday, Oct. 26, 9 p.m. – 2 a.m. Live music, costume contest and an outside warming fire. 

             Also on Ash Street in Westwood: The Moonlight Bar and Grill is having its annual party Saturday, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Live music, costume contest and door prizes.

Halloween for families…

            The Indian Valley Elementary Parents Club is hosting its annual Halloween Carnival on Saturday, Oct. 26, in the Greenville High gym. Costume contest begins at 6 p.m. Other activities include a pumpkin carving challenge, carnival games, cakewalk, bake sale, prizes and a haunted house. Dinner and treats 4 – 7 p.m.

             The Lake Almanor Community Church is having its 17th annual Harvest Festival Thursday, Oct. 31, 5 – 8 p.m. It’s a family-friendly fun carnival-style gathering with a variety of things for kids of all ages. Chilidogs for dinner. Admission is just one family-size bag of candy per family and one canned good per person for their food pantry.


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