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Being September, many of those that attend school have now returned to their classrooms. The long, lazy days of summer are coming to an end and it is now time to change routines and get ready for the start of the fall season that begins at the end of September. Being a time when the temperatures begin to turn cooler, even though some in the community would agree that temperatures take a while to change in this area. With the increased stress put upon a typical daily schedule, many seek to find ways in which to lighten the load, including the pursuit of finding the quickest way to grab a bite to eat. In this case, an old favorite has returned to Oroville.
Blueberry Twist, a restaurant that used to be located in the shopping center that now is home to establishments such as the Dollar Store, is now located in the old building that once held Cassidy’s. Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, Blueberry Twist offers a selection that is sure to fulfill the needs of any appetite and offer the friendly atmosphere that is desired when you seek out the opportunity to have a sit down dinner. Check them out at 1933 Oro Dam Blvd E, or give them a call at (530) 534-6071.
In terms of popular events that take place in the City of Oroville, one such event is the Salmon Festival. A popular attraction that has drawn many people in past years, this year’s event takes place September 26-27th. For more information on this treasured Oroville tradition, head over to http://salmonfestoroville.org in order to find out more. As the seasons change from summer to fall on the calendar, this provides an opportunity to get back to nature and enjoy the experience of witnessing nature at its very core. Or if you have Facebook, more information can be accessed through https://www.facebook.com/pages/Oroville-Salmon-Festival/189983611049875.
Historically speaking, for those that seek to learn more about those events that have taken place in the past, an interesting URL to consider is http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/on-this-day/#september. Providing the chance to learn more about the historical events during the month of September, along with the other months throughout the year because, in the end, history provides the opportunity observe and to ultimately learn moving forward.
Brining things a little bit closer to home, a long standing Oroville business comes to mind and one that deserves distinction. That is, a business that has sought to provide superior service to its customers for the automotive needs which come up from time to time for many. Located at 1610 Montgomery Street, the guys at Executive Tire are highly knowledgeable and extremely friendly. They’ve come to be known for providing the type of customer service that many come to expect from a small town shop. So go check them out in person, or give them a call at (530) 533-2951.