What's Happening on Main Street
January 24, 2013
Howies' Corner Coffeehouse now the Tall Tree Cafe
This week marks the closure of Howies Corner Shop. After three years on Main Street, Mark and Deb Howie have sold their business. The coffeehouse was purchased by Nathan McBride, a local law enforcement officer, who has renamed the business the Tall Tree Cafe. Mr. McBride plans to add regular lunch specials aimed at teens and those working with a tight budget. Alex Arness, the current manager, will stay on and has big plans to add more menu items. The changeover started this week with a grand opening ceremony scheduled for February 15th. The ceremony will be held from five to seven p.m. and will feature live music. The café will remain open during renovations.
Coming Soon- Scribbles Nail Spa and Gifts
Get ready to feel pampered as Angi Doumit-Sauer has taken over 89 Main Street to open Scribbles Nail Spa and Gifts. Offering both manicures and pedicures, the new spa is scheduled to open around the end of the month. So if you’d like to try the new acrylic enhancements and/or a pinterest design call 200-3289 now to make your appointment.
Kullerful Bokuets opening soon
Next month marks the opening of new full-service florist Kullerful Bokuets. Owned and operated by local family Marty and Sue Kuller, the new business will serve all of Wahkiakum and Naselle as well as Cowlitz County. The Kullers plan to open for Valentine’s Day and will be sharing space with Scribbles Nail Spa located at 89 Main Street.
Crab Feed Tickets Now Available
Grab your bib and head on down to the Cathlamet Bank of the Pacific to purchase your tickets for the 29th Annual Crab and Oyster Feed. Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, there are three seatings scheduled for Saturday, March 9. You can choose between three p.m., 5:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Space is limited, so call Bank of the Pacific today at 795-3228 to reserve your space. For more information about the event please, contact the chamber at 795-9996.
Send your Valentine's Day Greeting
On February 14 the Eagle will print the Valentine's Day edition, featuring our special For Your Valentine section. If you'd like to send someone a valentine message, we're offering a great deal at $10 per heart. To reserve your space, contact the Eagle today at 795-3391 or email@example.com.
Oasis Hosts Weekly Cribbage Tournaments
This month marks the start of weekly cribbage tournaments held at the Oasis Tavern in Skamokawa. Located at 8 Fairgrounds Road, the tournaments will be held every Tuesday at five p.m. For more information, contact the Oasis at 795-8672 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Video Store Winter Hours & VHS Clearance
The Video Store has changed their hours and will now be open from two to eight p.m. seven days a week. Stop in to pick up the latest release or check out the huge VHS clearance sale. No matter what genre you crave, you’re covered.
Redmen Hall Closes through February
Redmen Hall will be closed for the next six weeks . The next event is scheduled for February 28. For more information please contact the Redmen Hall volunteers on 795-3007.
Made in Wahkiakum Inventory Closure
Please note that the Made in Wahkiakum store, located at 79 Main Street, will be closed until February 1. The store is closed for inventory. To contact a staff member, please call 795-3055 and leave a message.