Blue Lake Businesses-Thriving/Surviving

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How are businesses doing in Blue Lake during the Covid-19 pandemic? Jo Patterson, owner of the Blue Lake Laundromat, sent us the following: “The laundromat has been open 7 days a week, 360 days a year since 1984, so Covid-19 did not cause us to close. We are considered an essential business. We clean each night with bleach and require masks.” You can find the Blue Lake Laundromat at 622 Blue Lake Blvd.

Blue Lake Businesses-Blue Lake Rancheria & Tomaso’s

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More on Blue Lake businesses and how they are thriving/surviving during these tough times. We hear from the Blue Lake Rancheria and Tomaso’s Specialty Foods: “With the surge of COVID-19 cases in the region, Blue Lake Rancheria has chosen to temporarily close the Blue Lake Casino, associated restaurants and the Sapphire Palace Event Center. Blue Lake Hotel (reduced capacity) and Play Station 777 remain open at this time as essential services for the community. The Tribe will continue to monitor … Read More

Blue Lake Businesses-Thriving and Surviving

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Mad River Brewing Logo

Linda Cooley, COO of Mad River Brewing Company, shared with us the latest happenings for MRBC: “MRB has new logo gear at the tap room that showcase our new Steelhead Extra Pale Ale artwork. We now have zip-up hoodies and long sleeve shirts. We will be ordering more for the winter. We now have a new package rolling into the market and tap room: Steelhead singles cans, 19.2 ounces and also in a 3 pack option. This will be available … Read More

Blue Lake Businesses-Thriving/Surviving

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Barbara & Michael Jewell have two businesses in Blue Lake. Along with their award winning Jewell Distillery products, they also have Lasso Security Cables. Here’s the update on how things are going: “As of March 15, 2020 we closed our Tasting Room to the public, which ended our retail revenue and was a major impact to our cash flow. Michael developed hand sanitizer (based on the WHO formula) and we created a good amount of curbside sales for both sanitizer … Read More

Blue Lake Businesses-Surviving and Thriving

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R & B Automotive

In the upcoming news stories, the Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce has reached out to our local businesses to see how they are doing during the Covid pandemic. In our first story, we’ll hear from Rebecca Thornton & Ramon Raygoza of R & B Auto Dealership, Registration Service and Smog Station: “Hello! This is Ray and Beckie here at R & B Auto, our towns’ one and only car lot, smog station and vehicle registration service. When the county started … Read More

Pastels in the Park!

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Pastel for Blue Lake Chamber 2020

Perigot Park was the scene for this year’s Pastels in the Park on Saturday, August 1st. Local businesses and organizations purchased squares with the money going to Blue Lake Parks and Recreation. The art was created in two separate shifts to keep social distance with required mask wearing. Low & Slo BBQ and Virgo Rising were open with delicious food offerings. Just another beautiful day in Blue Lake!

Mask Makers-Cheerful Designs

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Renee Griggs of Cheerful Designs is now making masks. Renee’s business was mainly sports apparel, but with the onset of the coronavirus she moved to making masks. With family support, she has made over 900 masks. Some were donated and many were sold at $5 each. Renee continues to take orders. If you are interested, she can be found on facebook at Cheerful Designs by Renee Griggs. Pictured above are Renee’s mother and Blue Lake Chamber Board Member, Karen Miller … Read More

Annie & Mary Day Celebration Postponed

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The Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce Board has decided that due to the ongoing COVID 19 crisis in our county that we will be postponing this year’s Annie & Mary Day Celebration to a more appropriate time in the future. Dell’Arte has decided to postpone their annual Mad River Festival (possibly until the Fall) as has the Humboldt Folklife Festival. Since Annie & Mary Day is the first event of the Folklife Festival, the Chamber Board feels we should follow … Read More

Jewell Distillery Hand Sanitizer

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Jewell Distillery would like the community to know they are making hand sanitizer. Here is the info from Barbara Jewell: “Just wanted to let you know that we are producing hand sanitizer according to the World Health Organization that is now available for sale. 100ml bottles are $3.00 and 4oz spray bottles are $4.00 (plus sales tax).” The distillery is also doing home deliveries of their famous spirits. You can order up to 3 bottles (minimum order of 2 bottles) … Read More

Arcata Chamber Awards Dinner

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The Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce made its presence known at this year’s Arcata Chamber of Commerce awards dinner. Blue Lake board members Mariel Morison and Alicia Rousseau, artistically decorated a table that captured the charm and uniqueness of Blue Lake. Board member, Rick Levin was the emcee for this gala event. Dell’Arte was chosen as winner of nonprofit organization of the year. Blue Lake Casino and Hotel should also be applauded for their glamorous table decoration. Special thanks to … Read More