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October 19, 2020

Hello,


It's Monday in the ole Oil City, and the only thing cooler than this newsletter is our brisk mornings.

In today's Breeze, check out a new Mexican bakery, learn about a high-speed broadband deal for rural Wyoming areas, and dive into Kelly's Local Business Highlight on Tails of the City. There's also a fresh batch of events showcased in the calendar!

The weather today should warm up to around 64°F with some clouds and a 17 mph breeze.

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The Weekend Gust

Mexican bakery reopens with delicious pan dulce


Casper restaurateur, Alex Rosales, recently reopened a Mexican bakery called Panaderia Mexico. Juan Sanchez and his family moved up to Casper so he can bake sweet and authentic Mexican treats here.

Make sure you try some of their delicious baked goods ASAP. Panaderia Mexico is located inside Tacos Mexico at 2117-A E. 12th St. and is open from 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
 
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Rural locations getting high-speed broadband

The USDA is investing a quarter-million into high-speed broadband for underserved rural areas throughout Wyoming.

Read More Details Here

Photos (in order) by Dan Cepeda, Oil City; Greg Hurst, Oil City

Local Business Highlight:
Tails of the City

Hey everybody! Kelly here again.


I am loving the new colors for this week's newsletter! Very mellow and calming.

You know what else is calming? Pets! I absolutely love my fur baby, Walter. Spoiling him is one of my very favorite things to do. He may be two years old, but he still has the energy of a kitten and becomes bored quite easily by his old toys.

I recently discovered this little pet shop while wandering downtown. I've been in the market for some new and unique toys to keep Walter active and so I wanted to check Tails of the City out.

Read on to find out more about this business!

What pet stuff do they carry?


You can find very unique dog food and treat brands here. Some of the brands they have include Nature's Logic, Redpaw, Nulo, Victor, and Fromm pet food. Everything in Tails of the City is made in the USA! 

They offer free 1 hour home delivery for $10+ orders in the Casper and Sheridan Metro area. Dog and cat food can get really heavy so this is definitely worth looking into. 

They have KONG brand toys!


These toys can be really hard to find sometimes and they work so well!

I'm a huge fan of the KONG brand toys for dogs and cats. Walter had to go on a diet about a year ago and we made good use of these toys that hold treats to encourage interaction and an active lifestyle. 

 

Support your community and shop local


I can't emphasize this enough, especially in 2020. This little shop is located at 232 E. 2nd Street in Market Square downtown. It was a bit quiet when I went in but the staff was very knowledgeable on their products and offered friendly and fast service.

Make sure to check out Tails of the City and see what treats, toys, and food they have to offer. You can also look at their website to learn more.

Photos courtesy of Kelly Bethke

Are you interested in getting your business, event, or community project featured in The Breeze?


We can make that happen. Reach out to Kelly and Dalt below.
 
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What to do in the Oil City?

Upcoming Events and Activities


All cooped up? Looking for something to do? We have some fun events we want to highlight.

Monday


Immunity Boosting Workshop & Yoga with VST is taking place at wyOMing Yoga & Massage from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. This two hour workshop includes discussion of lifestyle habits that will help your immune system be in the best state possible. And of course, you will engage in restorative yoga practice which includes Vibrational Sound Therapy. All together, it will be a very relaxing evening!

Space is limited to make sure you register ahead of time. Register here!

Monday


Riders in the Sky is happening at the Restoration Church from 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Hosted by ARTCORE, "America's Favorite Cowboys?" includes a theoretical plasma physicist, a wildlife manager - galvanizer - Life Scout, an English major - shot putter - Bluegrass Boy, and a Polka Hall of Famer. What an eclectic band! This show will be one you won't want to miss!

Friday


Foundation Friday is going to be taking place from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. at The Hall on Ash. This fun Halloween party features a costume contest, themed hors d'oeuvres and cocktails, games, and a live auction with benefits going to the Wyoming Foundation for Cancer Care. What could be better than a Halloween party that benefits such a great cause?

Saturday


Princess Spooktacular takes place at the Community Center in Evansville with a time slot from 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. and one from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. This fun event for little princes and princesses includes "bootiful princesses, not so spooky story time, a princess sing-a-long, mini dance party, and of course a treat to take home!" Each prince and princess is allowed one chaperone and tickets are $10 each.

Tickets are limited so purchase them ahead of time! You can do that here.

Saturday


Dancing with the Stars of Casper on Broadway is happening at 6:00 p.m. at the Casper Events Center! This musical event will be raising funds for Mercer Family Resource Center and includes a plated meal, a dance competition featuring local leaders, and a fun bidding event on an array of silent and live auction packages. You will not want to miss this entertaining night that also benefits an amazing organization.

Make your reservation here.

Saturday


Bar Nunn Fire Annual Haunted House is officially starting on Saturday, October 24th. Hours are 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 6:00 p.m. - midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. This fun and spooky haunted house is raising funds for the Bar Nunn Fire Department to help pay for equipment and training. Get your family together for an eerie night of laughs and frights.

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Best,
Kelly and Dalt
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