We all love our pets. Whether you have a dog, cat, lizard, or bird, they’re part of the family. And you want to treat them as such. That means treating them to high-quality food and treats, playing with the most durable toys and using the best accessories to keep your pets safe. If any of this applies to you and your pet, consider visiting Chuck and Don’s Pet Food and Supply on I-25 and Front Street in Castle Rock, CO.
Now that spring has officially arrived, amateur and professional fishermen alike are gearing up for the spring and summer angling seasons. Tackle boxes are being filled, lures are getting rigged, spinning reels are being spooled and folks are gassing up their boats in anticipation. However, with gradual wear and tear over time, fishing equipment and accessories does need to be replaced. If you’re in the San Pedro area and are in need of rods, bait or tackle, consider checking out The Rusty Hook, the premier tackle shop for all your fishing needs.
Music is a universal language. Whether you’re a professional musician, karaoke regular or just love to sing in the car, most everyone can find joy and release through music. You will see the same fervent passion at The Strum Shop.
When you need to get documents notarized, it’s important to know what the fees are for the service you need. Notary fees are usually set by state law, and the charges vary by state. According to the National Notary Association, these are the maximum fees you can expect to pay for notary services in 2017 at the PostalAnnex+ locations in the states below. Remember, some locations offer mobile notary services, and a mobile notary may charge an additional fee for traveling, which is not regulated by the state.
Life is so much easier when you can visit one store to complete your shopping list. If you are in the Colorado Springs, CO area, The Sweet Elephant at Vino Colorado Winery offers a full coffee bar, wine tastings and sales, and gifts. Whether you are looking for a nice bottle of wine, pottery, soaps, candles, salsa, or homeopathic products, The Sweet Elephant is a great shopping option. Best of all, the shop only carries Colorado-made products, so when you shop at the Sweet Elephant, you are supporting multiple local businesses.
Valentine’s Day is less than three weeks away. If you live in Ramona, CA and want to do something special for your loved ones, consider ordering cupcakes from Cakes by Connie. She is once again offering her Valentine’s Day special, the $20 Dozen Deal, which includes great flavors like Chocolate Peanut Butter Pretzel, Red Velvet Cream Cheese, and French Vanilla Strawberries and Cream. Make sure to book in advance if you want to take advantage of this deal.
Unless you live outside of the USPS mail delivery area, it may have never occurred to you to rent a mailbox. After all, why would you rent one when you have a mailbox at your home? However, if you’re someone who needs a stable address, or wants extra privacy and security for mail and packages, a private mailbox could be a great option for you. If you answer “yes” to one of the questions below, consider giving your local PostalAnnex+ a call.
This holiday season, the North Coast Repertory Theatre in Solana Beach, CA is once again featuring the delightful musical stylings of The Girl Singers of the Hit Parade. This talented family of singers performs popular holiday songs from the 1950’s, like Winter Wonderland, Silver Bells, and Santa Baby, along with a selection of Hanukkah songs. The show runs through December 24th, so if you haven’t seen it yet, there is still time. This festive event is family friendly, so if you’re interested in checking out the performance, visit www.northcoastrep.org for tickets.
If you choose to display a live Christmas tree this year, you’ll want to make sure it stays fresh through the entire holiday season. The last thing you want is for your tree to look lackluster in your holiday photos. If you aren’t experienced with caring for live trees, The National Christmas Tree Association offers a few suggestions for maintaining your tree.
With the advent of online shopping, a new kind of holiday crime has become more prevalent: porch piracy. If packages are delivered to your home when you aren’t there to receive them, the delivery person will usually just leave the package at your doorstep. This gives thieves, known as “porch pirates,” a prime opportunity to steal your packages right off your front porch.