Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Open and ready for customers and guests

A list of businesses and organizations that aren?t letting fire conditions scratch operations


By EXPRESS STAFF

     The Beaver Creek Fire isn’t keeping the businesses and organizations listed below from carrying on with life throughout the full length of the Wood River Valley, from Sun Valley to Hailey, Bellevue and parts south.

     All were featured in advertising in this week’s print issue of the Idaho Mountain Express.

     Smoke or no smoke, there’s lots to do, see, study and plan for as residents and guests try to get back to normal. And sometimes a little retail therapy and a nice meal are just the ticket to relaxation—and a good way to support the local economy. Not to mention putting some upcoming events on your personal calendar.

     Also, some great groups in the valley just wanted to say thank you for all the help they’ve received from everyone engaged in fighting the fire and making the area safe.

     Here they are:

    

  • The Toy Store – Wild Discounts, Fire Related Toys and Costumes
  • College of Southern Idaho – Falls Academic Semester Begins Aug. 26
  • CavaCava – Open for Lunch
  • SunValley Summer Symphony – Thanks for a Fantastic Season
  • Big Wood Cinema – This Week’s Movies
  • Magic Lantern Cinema – This Week’s Movies
  • SunValley Opera House – This Week’s Movies
  • Sun Valley Company – Special Ice Show Tribute to Firefighters
  • Silver Car Auctions – Labor Day Collector Car Auction
  • Webb – Sale on Roses
  • Gail Severn Gallery – Rod Kagan Memorial Retrospective
  • SunValley Cleaners – A Professional Finish
  • Whiskey Jacques' – We’re Open
  • Sun Valley Company – Sun Valley Dining Options
  • Prescriptive Livestock Services – Thank You Very Munch
  • Intermountain Auto Glass – Replacement Specialists
  • WoodRiver Farmers’ Market – Resuming Next Week
  • Sway Boutique – Sale through Sunday
  • Idaho Dept. of Health and Welfare – Immunize Idaho
  • City of Hailey – Sept. 9 P & Z Meeting
  • Sturtevants – Fire Sale
  • Gold Mine Consign – Accepting Fall Consignments
  • The Community Library – This Week’s Events
  • WoodRiver YMCA- Reopening When Pre-Evacuation Lifted
  • Balmoral Apartments – Now Renting
  • Tony Evans – Writing and Ideas
  • Animal Shelter – Putts for Mutts
  • IdahoMountain Express – Thank You Firefighters
  • The Gold Mine Thrift Store – Summer Clearance Sale
  • Sawtooth Rangers – Pro Rodeo Finals Aug. 31 & Sept. 1
  • Marod Medical Spa – Body by Marod
  • Bigwood Golf – Reduced Rates
  • City of Sun Valley – Sept. 5 Council Meeting
  • Boca – Open 7 Nights a Week
  • Riemann Design & Construction – Project Management and More
  • Bridget Bagley – Reverse the Cycle of Aging
  • Globus – Remaining Open 7 Nights a Week
  • Mountain Lifestyles Property Services – Deep Cleaning, Smoke & Ash Mitigation
  • Jackie – All Born in 1943 wanted at Grumpy’s
  • Greg Kimberling Insurance –Farmers Insurance Group
  • Rinker Properties – Silver Creek Ranch Rental
  • Caroline’s Walk in Clinic – Health Care in a Minute
  • Sushi on Second – Open Nightly




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