Business Scene for the week of 6/5/2013

After a seven-year absence, Dana Ward and his wife, Louise (not pictured), have again taken over the restaurant at Plumas Pines Resort at Lake Almanor, naming it the Boat House Grill. In addition to burgers, steaks, seafood and prime rib, they will regularly offer specials for both lunch and dinner. The couple are not new to the food business, having run this restaurant and the Paradise Grill for five years, in addition to running restaurants in Chico. Photo by Val Chisholm
great northern’s new location

You will now find Great Northern Hair Co. in its new location at 1690 E. Main St. in East Quincy, next to Papa’s Donuts. All their services — hair cuts, styling and tanning salon — and merchandise — clothing, jewelry and accessories — remain unchanged. With plenty of parking, owners JoAnn and Grace Ann invite you to stop by and check it out.

Anniversary specials june 6

On Thursday, June 6, Mike and Lisa Kelly are celebrating their first anniversary as owners of Moon’s restaurant on Lawrence Street in Quincy. To note this special occasion they will open at 5 p.m. with a happy hour, samples and special meal deals. It’s their way of saying thanks and to let you know it has “literally been a pleasure serving and really getting know the community and our customers.”

lane furniture in graeagle

Chris Nicholson now carries Lane furniture at Graeagle Lighting. Lane is American-made and known for its superior comfort, quality, value and inspired innovation. You will find several chairs and recliners on display in his downtown Graeagle showroom. This is a natural complement to the impressive selection of lighting, flooring and shutters that he has always carried.

second saturday art show

Graeagle’s next Second Saturday art show is June 8. The opening reception for painter Penny Popken’s solo show will be hosted by Brian and Toni Carl at the Red House Art Gallery from 1 to 4 p.m. Penny looks forward to sharing her latest paintings — large and small — with visitors to the gallery.

grand opening celebration

The enthusiastic staff at Coldwell Banker Kehr/O’Brien Real Estate are celebrating the move into their new Lake Almanor office at 499 Peninsula Drive (near the Country Club gate) with a classy grand opening extravaganza. Broker/owner Tim O’Brien invites you to come by for some gourmet dogs, slaw, beverages and the music of The Lost Sierra Ramblers on Thursday, June 13,from 5 to 8 p.m. They also have offices in Chester, Lake Almanor West, Quincy and Portola.


zumba instructor returns

Averil Kimble, co-owner of the Quincy Yoga & Wellness Center in East Quincy, has returned from her winter home inFlorida and will start offering Zumba Gold morning and evening classes in June. She says her students in Key Largo loved it and she is excited to begin teaching it here in Quincy.


special art walk night reception

Marilyn Hoffman will be celebrating her 24th year teaching private art classes and exhibiting her artworkin Quincy at a reception Friday, June 7, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Main Street Artists’ gallery.She is also debuting her third featured show at the gallery, along with a variety of artwork by members of the artists’ co-op. It is also Art Walk night and refreshments will be served at participating galleries.

Phone order bakery in quincy

Putting her years of experience to work while taking advantage of California’s new Cottage Food law, Angela Sandlin has opened Angela’s Baker Way Bakery in Quincy. She takes phone orders for a variety of baked products, including breads, cinnamon rolls, brownies, pretzels, cookies and more. She can be reached at 591-2509.

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