Grants Pass Business Grapevine

Club Northwest Celebrates 20 Years

February 2017

Club Northwest Celebrates  20 Years

My, how time flies. On February 10, Club Northwest (2160 NW Vine) will be celebrating twenty years in business. Owners Scott and Annette Draper have lived in Grants Pass their whole lives (Scott was born here and Annette moved with her family at age 14) and both are passionate about serving others in wellness.

Family Comes First at Siskiyou Pediatric Clinic

January 2017

Family Comes First at Siskiyou Pediatric Clinic

The family unit is crucial to any functional society, and at Siskiyou Pediatric Clinic (700 SW Ramsey Avenue, Suite 204), their mission is “to provide excellent pediatric medical care to the children of Grants Pass and the surrounding areas” and “to provide a family-friendly, relaxed and comfortable atmosphere for patients, families, and employees.”

Rogue Medicine Adopts Cutting-Edge Treatment for Chronic Pain

December 2016

Rogue Medicine Adopts Cutting-Edge Treatment for Chronic Pain

At Rogue Medicine (702 Ramsey Ave., Suite 120), Heather Kahn, MD, is introducing biofield therapy to Southern Oregon using the Alpha-Stim device. It is a safe, effective, non-pharmacological choice for anxiety, insomnia, depression and chronic pain management using a microelectric current to promote healing and reduce pain.

G Street Marketplace Opens on Historical G Street

November 2016

G Street Marketplace Opens on Historical G Street

Speaking of holiday shopping, if you’re still bemoaning the loss of Savannah Faire, you’ll be happy to hear that the G Street Marketplace has opened at 137 SW G (on Historic G Street, across from Caveman Plaza). The brainchild of Susie Shirley, the marketplace offers 28 booths filled with hand-crafted and repurposed items to choose from.

Let’s Hear It for the Growers’ Market

October 2016

Let’s Hear It for the  Growers’ Market

Not only is the Grants Pass Grower’s Market celebrating a successful 36th year in operation, but they have evolved into one of the largest growers’ market in all of Oregon. Operated by the Southern Oregon Growers Association, a 501c3 nonprofit, the market’s hallmark of success is the fresh, local produce and farm-direct products like eggs, cheeses, organic beef, honey and seasonal fruit.

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