Readers’ Corner: Aug. 22, 2008
A collection of sacred relics of the Buddha and many other Buddhist masters will be on display over the weekend at Shuniaa Yoga Studio and Cafe at 212 Church St. in Nevada City.
An opening ceremony there is at 7 p.m. today. You can see the relics also from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
For more information, call Monty Brown at 575-6417.
New dental clinic to open
A new dental clinic will open on South Auburn Street in Grass Valley in January.
Bruce Ivy, owner of Bruce Ivy Construction, says he’s building a new office for Dr. Lindsey Robinson, a pediatric dentist at 453 S. Auburn St.
“We did the groundbreaking ceremony last week,” Ivy says. He expects to finish in November.
“It’s going to be a state of the art pediatric dental facility,” Robinson said. “We’ll be able to accommodate our special needs patients better.”
Books and stationery store relocates
“Words on Paper,” a store selling cards, books, stationery and journals, has moved from its old location on Argall Way to 143 Mill St. in Grass Valley.
The store reopened its doors at its new venue Wednesday, according to Julie Hiramatsu, owner of the store.
“I loved where I was, but it was kind of out of the way,” she says. “So we came here to be more accessible to the entire county.”
New Thai restaurant in Grass Valley
Taste of Thai has opened in the Alpha Building in downtown Grass Valley, and offers lunch, dinner, take-out and catering.
Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for lunch Tuesday through Sunday, and 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for dinner. It’s closed Mondays, according to an employee.
The business, at 204 W. Main St. #103, offers food that is “authentic, fresh, flavorful and healthy,” she says. The owners, a family that emigrated from Thailand, has three other restaurants in Sacramento and Roseville, she adds.
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