Leadville Business News
Show Your Epidermis at Mtn. Skintastic’s Open House!
This Friday, Saturday and Sunday (Sept 6- 8), Mtn Skintastic in Leadville will be hosting an Open House with demonstrations, discussions, refreshments, and special offers.
With the summer’s sun behind and the cold, dry conditions of winter weather ahead, it’s time to get serious about taking care of your largest organ: your skin! From cleansing to moisturizing, from microdermabrasion to eyelash tinting, this weekend will be a great opportunity to attend FREE skin care seminars about these topics and more from Leadville’s new skin care business: Mtn. Skintastic.
Friday Sept. 6 @ 4-8 p.m.
- 5 p.m. – Presentation: “What Does Your Skin Say?” Discussion of types and conditions of skin, professional treatments, products, and care of your skin at home.
- 6:30 p.m. – Facial demo.
Saturday, Sept. 7 @ 11-3 p.m.
- 12 Noon – Presentation: “Is Microdermabrasion For Me?”
- 12:30 p.m. – Microdermabrasion demo
Sunday, Sept. 8, 1-4 p.m.
- 1:30 p.m. Presentation: “Beauty is Skin Deep, Females Only, and Other Myths!” – Skin Care for Males, and other services provided.
- 2 p.m. – Eyebrow/eyelash tinting demo
- 2:30 p.m. – Male facial demo
At last, residents of the high mountains can experience professional skincare therapy in Leadville. Mtn Skintastic recently opened in May 2013 in the Parker Physical Therapy building, located at 1601 N. Poplar Street. Owner Susan Matthews is a licensed Professional Esthetician, and is ready to help with many types of skin care.Susan Matthews owner of Mtn Skintastic in Leadville is hosting an Open House this weekend with skin care seminars and special offers.
Included in her skin services for men and women are face, back, hand, foot treatments, microcurrent therapy, as well as waxing services. Matthews continually attends professional education classes, in order to provide clients with the most up-to-date advances in skincare.
“Caring for your skin is a necessity, not a luxury,” stated Matthews in a recent interview with Leadville Today.
She explained further that “skin health can be a challenge in the mountainous communities, and the care of a dermatologist is sometimes needed for severe cases involving skin diseases. Even then, those treatments may be coupled with an esthetician’s ongoing care to attain the maximum skin health possible to the individual.”
Mtn Skintastic regular hours are: Monday and Tuesday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Wednesday, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday by appointment. Although you must have a scheduled appointment, if you need a service the “day of, you can still call in the morning for possible “day of” services.Mtn Skintastic in the Parker Physical Therapy building.
Matthews also offers fifteen minute consultation appointments available by phone or in person to help answer questions if you are unfamiliar with professional skin care or do not know quite what to do!
Contact Susan Matthews with Mtn Skintastic at 719-293-5795, firstname.lastname@example.org,or visit the website at: www.mtnskintastic.skincaretherapy.net.
Mining Musuem’s Numbers Show Strong Season
The National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum released its daily admission statistics for the summer season June 1 – August 27, 2013.
Over 10,000 people visited the national museum which stands as a “Showcase To American Mining.” According to data released by Vince Matthews, the museum’s Interim Executive Director, there were 10,620 total visits for this nearly three month, summer-season period.
More specifically the data revealed:
The daily data on this graph may be of use as the community discusses the impact of the races and Boom Days on businesses and Heritage visitations. It also may perhaps be useful in business planning for the season The strongest seven-day period of the summer was from Monday through Monday, July 22nd – July 29th when visitations remained above 150 per day at the Museum. The chart also shows that during the week between Boom Days and the Leadville 100, the Museum experienced above average attendance– hitting a peak on Wednesday nearly three times the average attendance for the season.
The National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum, 120 W. 9th, and is open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily through October when they switch to a winter schedule. Readers may catch up on other museum news by visiting their website: LINK.
Peoples’ Choice Mural Winner Revealed at Scarlet
Drum roll please! The winner of the Peoples Choice Art Contest is Domania Power who created this very colorful bar scene picture.
All the art work submitted is still on display at The Scarlet. The final mural (which may or may not be the Peoples Choice will eventually be painted on the north side of The Scarlet Bar at 326 Harrison Avenue in historic downtown Leadville.
Now that the Peoples Choice Award has been granted, mural organizers will now guide the choice(s) through the planning and zoning/city processes. The artwork will need to meet local guidelines and ordinances before being painted. Upon approval, the Grand Prize winner will receive $500, in addition to having their design painted on the exterior wall for all to see. Stay Tuned!