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Quartzsite, Arizona

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Rockin' in Quartzsite! Today

It'll be a busy day in Quartzsite today!

There will be a ribbon cutting and open house to welcome a new business to Quartzsite at 10 a.m. The new business in town is Alternative Therapies, owned and operated by Barbara Lancaster. Barbara is a registered nurse, who is also trained in Reiki, Hypnosis, and Ear Candling. She also sells Mary Kay products.
Barbara's new office is located at Palm Plaza #8--255 N.Central Blvd (Hwy 95N).
The ribbon cutting is being sponsored by the Quartzsite Business Chamber of Commerce. Please come out
and show your support for this great new business in town and meet Barbara Lancaster and get to know what she does. Refreshments will be served after the ceremony. For further information, please call Barbara at 927-5858.

Proud Neighbors of Quartzsite presents the 2nd Annual Rockin' in Quartzsite- A Celebration of the Arts! Come on from 11-1 down to the Rock Motel and see the Rock Art Pieces being painted. There will be 15 third and fourth graders from Quartzsite Elementary School joining the fun this year. The Quartzsite Community Prevention Coalition will also be kicking off Red Ribbon Week. There will be lots of activities for the whole family along with free hot dogs! Come join the fun and see the new Rock Art!
This free family event will also include rock painting and a chance to meet the artists. The Red Hat Run-Abouts will have their October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month fundraising booth.
If you missed last year’s event, don’t miss this one! The artists are painting flagstone slabs, which will be very visible when the Rock Art is placed all around town from early November through March 1st. The Rock Art will be available for purchase at the Rock Auction on March 5, 2011.
After Rockin' in Quartzsite take a short drive over to Blythe for a car show. There will be a special concert following the car show in Blythe on October 23 at Quechan Park. The concert will feature Paul Winer doing some great piano boogie woogie and blues, doing songs he wrote from his Sweet Pie days, and will be accompanied by Ralph Martin on the washtub base. There is a dinner before the show and it starts at 5 p.m. The entertainment starts at 6 p.m. Cost for the dinner and show is $15.00 per persons, just for the entertainment $8.00. Have a great day at the car show and stay for the dinner and entertainment.The Country Rangers, who are playing at the car show, will also be featured at the evening dinner and entertainment show.They do classic rock and roll, country and country rock. For more information, please call Sam Patel at 760-922-5143.


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