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Business Scene for the week of 10/30/19

Blairsden chiropractor
Dr. Lon Sutton has opened a chiropractic office inside TheShop in downtown Blairsden. Lon and his wife, Jody, moved to the Lake Davis area from Bishop, Ca. where he operated the Bishop Family Chiropractic Center for 25 years, which he has since sold. Lon graduated from the Life ChiropracticCollege in Hayward. In addition to his chiropractic practice he is a nutrition consultant and treats allergies with a completely holistic approach using no pills or shots. Call 760-920-0940 for appointments. Photo by Roger Neilsen

MEDI-CAL WORKSHOP TUESDAY

On Tuesday, Nov. 5, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., there is a Medi-Cal Insurance workshop in the Education Center at Eastern Plumas Health Care in Portola. Cheryl Lombardi, Lombardi Insurance Solutions, and Darrel Olsen, Insurance Services Choices, along with EPHC medical billing and financial counseling experts April Shepherd and Mitzy Catalina will be available to answer questions regarding health insurance, Medi-Cal and Covered California.

QUINCY HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES

The Christmas Season officially kickoffs in Quincy Saturday, Nov. 2. with three businesses, Forest Stationers, Quincy Hotspot and Quincy Provisions are each having their annual Holiday Preview Open House. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cheryl, Dee Dee, Amy and Susan will have lots of festive things and new merchandise for visitors to see and enjoy — including treats — while browsing their respective stores looking for those perfect holiday gifts.

INDIAN VALLEY HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES

This Friday, Saturday and Sunday Lisa and friends at Crescent County in Crescent Mills are holding their 34th annual Christmas at Crescent County with cookies, wassail, fun and, of course lots of terrific bargains.

In downtown Greenville those same three days it’s the 21st annual Christmas Open House at Sterling Sage. While browsing around the store that is overflowing with gift giving ideas, be sure to bring your appetite since Bink is once again making his famous little pancakes. What’s that, you say? Come find out for yourself, they alone are worth the visit!

Young’s Market owner Kelly Tan is having her 7th annual Holiday Tasting Fair from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 1 thru the 3rd and again Nov. 8 thru the 10th at her historic Taylorsville store. Owner Kelly Tan said she would be explaining how to make holiday appetizers simple, delicious and beautiful. They’ll also have plenty of delightful samples of food products from all over the world like cured and cooked meats, cheese and crackers, specialty sodas, and beer and wine tasting.

THE TASTE OF EVERGREEN MARKET

On Wednesday, Nov. 6, from 4 to 7 p.m., be sure to stop by Evergreen Market in Greenville for their annual Taste of Evergreen. It’s a perfect holiday event with the Evergreen Team offering samples of many of the wonderful products they carry along with some new ones as well. Their wine connoisseur, Don Williams, will also be offering tastes of many of the exquisite wines they carry and his expert advice on properly pairing the wine with the meal. Oh, and this holiday affair wouldn’t be complete without live music for your enjoyment!

HALLOWEEN PARTY BUS SHUTTLES

Sierra Charters, is offering shuttle buses on Nov. 1 in the Quincy area for Halloween parties. Charter owners Steve Betts and Brad Rice said that starting at 7:15 the shuttle will pick up at selected places throughout Quincy and drop them off in either downtown Quincy for those going to the Main Street Bar and/or the Plumas Club and also out to Greenhorn Ranch. Shuttles will run approximately every 45 minutes. Check out the ad in today’s Feather River Bulletin for reservation details.

GROCERY OUTLET OPENS NOV. 7

The grand opening ceremony for Quincy’s newest store, Grocery Outlet, is Thursday, Nov. 7. at 9 a.m. The first 200 customers will receive BlissBucks, gift cards worth $5 to $200, reusable shopping bags while supplies last and can register for a chance to win $100 a month in free groceries for a year. See you there!

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