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2018 February PASO Magazine

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What’s Happening By Millie Drum on Main Street? A Private Showing! Sweets for the sweet! A romantic comedy, champagne and chocolate, popcorn and soda and good company – all included at the private showing of “You Can’t Take it with You” on Valentine Movie Night, Sunday, February 11 at 7 p.m. at Park Cinemas in Downtown Paso Robles. Take a step back in time through the 1938 classic Academy award winning movie, “You Can’t Take it with You!” The Pulitzer Prize winning play is adapted to the big screen starring James Stewart, Jean Arthur, Lionel Barrymore and Edward Arnold. A mix of characters from snooty to peculiar portray the farce that reflects the theme. A sweet-natured woman falls in love with a banker’s son. But the introduction of future in-laws created quite a stir with the underlying theme that the accumulation of wealth is useless when it goes beyond immediate happiness. What ever one does accumulate cannot Take a step back in time through the 1938 classic Academy award winning movie, “You Can’t Take it with You!” Sunday, February 11 be taken beyond the grave. The $12 admission includes popcorn and soda, champagne and chocolates. A perfect date night with your sweetheart or come solo and meet new friends. Seating is limited. For tickets, call Main Street office at 805-238-4103 or visit the office on Norma’s Way. Movie night is sponsored by the Downtown Paso Robles Main Street Association and Park Cinemas. Make Every Occasion Special! Whether you’re planning a wedding, a bridal or baby shower, a birthday, anniversary or retirement party, family reunion or a party just to have fun, everything you’ll need to create the memories and impress your guests will be on display under one roof in a historic ballroom. Bring your ideas and receive the personal attention from the top professionals in the industry. The Wedding & Special Events Expo will be held on Sunday, March 4, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Paso Robles Inn 10 PASO Magazine, February 2018

Ballroom. Local resources that offer products, services and memorable moments include florists, photographers, musicians, DJs, caterers, accommodations, limousine services, event sites and stores specializing in formal apparel. Enter to win door prizes and gift certificates. To participate as a vendor, visit pasoroblesdowntown. org or call 805-238-4103. Decorative Flags are 50% Off! Get ready for Spring and the 2018 holidays. Shop the Main Street Flag clearance sale! It’s time to clear out old styles and re-stock for Spring. The selection includes seasonal, perennial and holiday themes along with the wrought iron stands for garden or planters. Get them while they last! They make great gifts as well as an assortment for your own garden and they’re 50% off! The Main Street office is located on Norma’s Way between Park, Pine and 13th Street in downtown Paso Robles. By Karyl Lammers Downtown Ambassador Essential Essence Downtown Paso Robles has always been one of my favorite places. As the Downtown Ambassador since September, I’ve greeted more than 300 visitors and residents. After talking with people from all over California, USA, and the world, it's universal "Everyone Loves Downtown Paso.” I hear "We love this downtown. It’s clean, friendly, safe and filled with wonderful businesses. Please don't change a thing. Don’t get too big and lose the small-town charm." Downtown businesses keep people returning. We have such a variety and I am discovering even locals are not aware of everything available. Every month I will highlight a couple of businesses. Bobbi Conner, owner of The Natural Alternative Nutrition Center opened her store in 1995; offering the highest quality supplements, personal care products, teas, essential oils and more! Stop in at 1213 Pine Street and let her friendly, experienced staff show you "what better feels like." We have a great specialty shop, Sealed with a Kiss, at 1306 Pine Street. For 12 years, owners Dana and Karen Williams have offered unique greeting cards and gifts. If you are looking for One-of-A-Kind greeting card, business cards, invitations, announcements or "personalized" stationery, Karen can create what you want with outstanding customer service! Around the World A German woman visiting her family was at the corner of 11th and Pine looking north. She says,” This is a wonderful place. It makes me feel at home, not like a visitor.” A family of four from Temecula visited for the first time; falling in love with downtown and considering moving their bakery to Paso. They noticed some empty stores and asked for start-up business information. I took them to Main Street Office for the information they needed. A young couple stopped at the kiosk on the corner of Park and 12th Street. He is from Thousand Oaks, she San Francisco. They meet in Paso for weekends as often as they can; enjoying our restaurants, tasting rooms and the theatre. I met a group of young people from New York, Florida, Ohio, Texas and California. All cousins here for Grandpa’s 80th birthday celebration. Grandpa was here from Calistoga, but Paso is his favorite place. These are only a few adventures. It is so much fun greeting people visiting downtown, hearing their stories and that they love having an Ambassador welcome them and provide assistance. They tell me they enjoy not dealing with an electronic device, but a friendly, smiling face. This is truly "The Best Job in Town." February 2018, PASO Magazine 11

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