3 Monkeys Smoke Shop offers consumers the opportunity to purchase tobacco products and accessories at very low prices. The business model is the culmination of 20 combined years of retail management and ownership. By offering a wide range of products that appeal to various age groups, the business sets itself apart from convenience stores and other retail smoke shops.
3 Monkeys Smoke Shop is unique in that it is quite literally, a one stop smoke shop. Most everything and anything that a smoker may need need can be found at 3 Monkeys Smoke Shop. This includes a large selection of cigarettes, cigars, tobacco, glass, vaporizers, hookahs, and electronic cigarettes. For this reason it has seen tremendous success. The 3 Monkeys Smoke Shop model has a specific focus on quality brands and the kind of merchandise that provides the client with a distinctive shopping experience, enabling the business to enjoy a higher profit per unit and a very healthy revenue. The company’s goal is to make 3 Monkeys Smoke Shop the most recognizable brand in the discount tobacco and accessories business segment.
A Fabulous Wedding Awaits You
At A Glorious Event, our goal is to give you the wedding you’ve always dreamed of. A wedding that reflects your unique personality and style. A wedding that you and your guests will delight in. From Weddings on a Budget to the Sky’s the Limit Affairs, a most beautiful and engaging event will be the result.
Stress-free wedding planning begins now
Your engagement is a special time you should enjoy to the fullest. Don’t spend it stressing out about your wedding details. We’ll discuss all your ideas at length, then design a plan with a variety of options for you to consider. When you give us the go-ahead, we’ll make it all happen, keeping you updated regularly, of course. You can just sit back and enjoy this glorious time in your life!
For a decade, A Glorious Event has been turning dreams into reality for brides and grooms in the Northern California region and in Las Vegas!
We take pride in providing the very best the industry has to offer, combining the expertise of top professionals with personalized service to turn your memorable day into A Glorious Event.
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a life-changing event that helps our community celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease.
Your reasons for getting involved in Relay For Life are as unique and special as the story that motivates you. Because of your support, we are creating a world with less cancer and more birthdays!
A freshly remodeled, modern hotel in Dixon, CA with upgraded facilities and friendly service, BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn Dixon is a welcoming place to stay. We offer spacious hotel rooms, deluxe suites, ADA compliant accommodations, and lodgings that are pet friendly. Enjoy several complimentary services and amenities, such as Wi-Fi and daily continental breakfast. Our resort-like facilities includes an outdoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, and sauna. Just 6 minutes from the University of California at Davis, and close to Vacaville Premium Outlets and the state capital of Sacramento, our charming Dixon hotel is a wonderful choice, whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure.
Charming Hotel Rooms & Suites in Dixon, CA –
At BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn Dixon, we take the comfort of our guests very seriously. That’s why every room is furnished with pillow-top mattress beds, comfort soft sheets, and hypoallergenic pillows. Flat-screen 37-inch LCD televisions with cable channels, MP3 player docking stations, and complimentary Wi-Fi and wired Internet access are all standard deluxe amenities. Spacious suites offer a separate living room, and some are equipped with stocked kitchenettes or cozy fireplaces, perfect for an extended stay. Others have luxurious whirlpool bathtubs
Best Western Plus Inn Dixon-Davis also offers meeting & conference rooms. It’s available after 10am during the week and after 11am on the weekends. 5 hours is $180.00-there is a $50.00 charge for every hour after that.1 to 2.5 hours would be $100 If the hotel is responsible for the set up and clean up, it is an additional $75. There may be a $200 refundable deposit required for “party type,” events. Table and chair set up can accommodate 30-35 people. Theater style, (just chairs facing a single direction, 50-55 people. We offer coffee, $10 per carafe, includes cups, creamers, sugars, etc. We offer tea at $1 per bag, includes all the condiments as well. For further information on meeting rooms please contact the office.
Bud’s Pub and Grill, located in downtown Dixon offer’s a private dining room seating upto 50 people. And they also offer a private hall rental at “The Olde Vet’s Hall” located acroos the street from the Woman’s Improvement Park in Downtown Dixon. So if you are looking to host a private party or an event that caters to a large number of people, look no further than Bud’s Pub & Grill.
One of the busiest intersections in our town of Dixon has always been the corner of First and A streets. It was the main thoroughfare for travelers from Vacaville, Rio Vista and Sacramento in years gone by. Bud’s Pub & Grill and Catering sits on a very historic corner.In and around 1870, when most businesses were making the big move from Silveyville to the new town of Dixon, A. Kirby, a young pharmacist for W. A. Trafton, decided to reestablish himself in the new town and chose the southwest corner of First and A Street. The building was moved by huge rollers drawn by mules the distance of about three miles.The original building was of wood and was part of or adjoined by the I.O.O.F. Lodge Hall. In November of 1883, a great fire erupted on B Street and was swept by the north wind across town destroying the west half of the business section including the Kirby Drug Store. The I.O.O.F. Lodge rebuilt a two story brick structure on this location and the lower corner was leased to a saloon keeper. A photo, circa 1895, shows a corner view of the saloon with an advertisement for Buffalo Beer for 5¢.In 1922, shortly after Prohibition laws were being enforced, this corner was transformed into a grocery store. In 1928, the new grocers were Brewen, Coleman & Lucas. In 1931, the Corner Cafe opened for business with Joe Young in charge. He had come over from China at the age of 30 and had a restaurant in Davis. After his death a year later, his wife continued to operate the cafe until the business was purchased by Tom Wong in 1936.The establishment continued as the well-known Corner Cafe until it became known as Frank’s in 1969 under the guidance of Frank Fong. Several renovations occurred under the new proprietor and then, in 1980, Wally Munoz took over the business and made additional changes to include some weekend entertainment. However, Wally then sold the place back to Frank, who, along with his wife Rowena, continued a successful business until his death in 1995. His wife continued to operate the cafe until its sale to the present owners, Bud and Cherie Fanning, in January of 1996. It has been the Fannings goal to present an exterior and interior atmosphere of the 1890s–in fact, they were the first to recreate the 1890s look in the downtown area.
Bud’s Pub & Grill and Catering is a place of history and good taste!
Cache Creek Casino Resort is owned and operated by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation, located in Brooks, California. From its humble beginnings as a bingo hall in 1985, Cache Creek now features over 2,400 slot machines and 122 table games, including a 14-table Poker Room.
The 415,000-square foot property also includes a 200-room luxury hotel and health spa, eight restaurants, Club 88 entertainment venue, outdoor swimming pool, casino gift shop and tribal-operated Mini Mart, Gas Station and Fire Station.
California Human Development (CHD) is working to put people to work. With nearly five decades of experience, we connect people to jobs and business owners to quality employees. Those who hire our clients receive hardworking and dedicated employees and play an inspirational role in making the American Dream possible for everyone.
Matt and Mark Cooley have spent all their lives in Dixon, California. They are farmers, growing tomatoes, walnuts, alfalfa and wheat, just as their father did. But in the year 2000, inspiration hit. “We decided to grow something different– a few pumpkins for Halloween,” explains Matt. “But nobody bought them during our first year…or our second.”
Enter the second inspiration. It came in the form of a puzzle. Matt suggested that they try attracting more pumpkin buyers by building a corn maze. Mark created an imaginative, small labyrinth. Their first effort consisted of 15 acres. The pumpkins started selling. From their humble start, the brothers became more ambitious.
Working on the design by hand in the field to create more complicated designs, the brothers’ maze became an artistic endeavor. Each year, Mark lays out his complex ideas on an Excel spread sheet—the planting and cutting begins. Family, friends and even local basketball and soccer teams in Dixon help out. “It’s great when it all comes together—it really fulfills us in a unique way,” says Mark. “Everyone tells us our maze is The maze to visit.”
Moving from their original pumpkin patch in Davis, the Cooleys now offer the largest labyrinth corn maze in the world. Last year, they received that designation from the Guinness World Book of Records with their 40-acre puzzle. This year—it’s even bigger. The brothers are offering a 45-acre corn maze extravaganza. That’s nearly 2 acres larger than the 2009 layout.
The patch also features a scarecrow contest, tee pee village, and pedal carts and big tricycles for a ride through the patch. Oh, and they’re selling pumpkins too. Thousands of them. Come get yours at Cool Patch Pumpkins in Dixon!
During the final week of the event, Cool Patch Pumpkins will do what it did last year: host one of the largest single pumpkins smashes in the world. Last year, a Volkswagen bug, destined for the wrecking yard, was, instead, smashed by a 1,000-pound pumpkin at the patch. The brothers are looking for a larger pumpkin this year.