Boulder Junction Conversations

April 23, 2020

Boulder Junction business conversations

Boulder Junction businesses miss you! Theresa Smith, Executive Director of the Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce, is checking in with local businesses to see what they are doing while they can’t see their customers face to face. See what these business owners have to say about the customers they miss and being a part of the Boulder Junction community, plus learn about some new ways to connect with these businesses and their current offerings.


Calming Stone Massage

Nikki Kassien, owner of Calming Stone Massage, shares how she’s staying connected to clients during the COVID-19 pandemic, how people can make future appointments and how to stay calm during these challenging times.
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Boulder Junction Public Library

Cherie Sanderson, Director of the Boulder Junction Public Library, explains how people can still use the library’s services, even if they can’t visit in person.
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Boulder Beer Bar

Hungry for some delicious Boulder Beer Bar food? Manager Krystal Halvorson explains how people who are in the Boulder Junction area can place a pick-up order at the Beer Bar and how her establishment is keeping their food safe. Halvorson said the Beer Bar thinks of its customers are like family. “We are waiting for you,” she said
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How to make a Boulder Beer Bar Old Fashioned

Missing a Boulder Beer Bar Old Fashioned? Manager Krystal Halvorson shares a few secrets so you can make one at home until it’s safe to join her at the bar in Boulder Junction.
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A conversation with Peeplelures

Olivia Soltow of Peoplelures, a Boulder Junction jewelry store, talks about Peeplelure’s expanded online business and the store’s longtime relationship with visitors and the community.
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A conversation with Land O’ Lakes Arts

Wendy Powalisz, programming director at Land O’ Lakes Arts, shares how people can take advantage of LOLA’s online programming and why the arts are important in the Northwoods.
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A conversation with Coontail Adventures

Coontail Adventures sells, services and rents bikes in the heart of Boulder Junction. The store is open for business and is offering customers special Memorial Day deals. Owner Steve Coon explains the store’s offerings, including its new lines of popular e-bikes and the store’s special health and safety procedures.
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