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Palmer Report – Valentines Edition

Love is n the air. The first signs of colorful spring are poking through the grey of winter. I like to think of Valentines Day as a day to treat those you love. Whether it is a romantic relationship, or platonic, this day gives us the opportunity to express our feelings to those we love. In our day to day routines we can sometimes forget how fleeting life can be. Take the time this week to stop and smell the roses.

‘Nailing’ the Perfect Valentine’s Day Surprise

If you would like to treat your lady this Valentine’s Day. Or if you are a lady, and you would like to treat yourself. I have the perfect suggestion. A trip to visit Adriane’s Nail Creations. Working out of Knockout Salon in Downtown Globe Adriane is a licensed nail technician; professional, courteous and efficient. It is amazing how she transforms a simple beautification aide into an art form. Stop in the shop or call 928-812-3931 for an appointment.

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Taste of the Week

Irene’s Mexican Food has gone all out with Valentine’s Day decor. Irene’s is located on the east side of Globe just off Ash Street. As you find your way to your table, self seating, you may have to sctootch and turn as this restaurant is usually packed. The menu has classic Mexican Food such as green chili, tacos and rice and beans. Even more, they serve American Food favorites such as hamburgers and hot wings. Not to be outdone this Valentine’s Day, Irene’s Real Mexican Food is serving steak dinners in a variety of styles. While steak is alsways on the menu, something tells me it will be extra special this Sunday.

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Market Must Stop

Rainbow Flowers is located on Broad Street in the heart of Downtown Globe, Arizona. Support local business this Valentine’s Day by ordering your special someone a dozen roses from Globe’s own Rainbow Flowers. More than just flowers this local shop has other holiday essentials such as helium balloons, gift cards and other gift arrangements. Don’t be that guy this Valentine’s Day. Be sure to get mom, mother in-law, your daughter and especially your wife something for this special occasion. A little effort now can save a lot of explaining later.

Rainbow Flowers

Valentine’s Day Dances and Dinners

Holy Angels Catholic Church presents the St. Valentine’s Day Dinner and Dance located at the Holy Angels Parish Hall. The event begins at 6pm on Saturday, February 13th and lasts until 9:30pm. A four course meal featuring Prime Rib or Chicken will be served as well as live music by The Miami Big Band Sound. Admission is $30 and tickets may be purchased at the church office- 201 S. Broad Street.

The American Legion will be holding a Valentine’s Dinner and Dance this Saturday, February 13th. The mesquite rib-eye dinner will start at 5pm for only $15 a plate. After dinner live entertainment by the band “Just 1 More” will begin at 6:30pm. All proceeds from this event will benefit the Veteran’s in our local area. The American Legion is located at 645 S. Broad St. in Downtown Globe.

The Gila County Sheriff’s Reserve Posse Sweetheart Dance is this Saturday February 13th as well. This event is located at the Gila County Fair grounds which are located just outside of Globe on Highway 77. Tickets are $25 and include a cowboy dinner of BBQ on a bun and beans. Dinner begins at 6pm and the dance kicks off at 7pm. Live music will be provided by the band Crossfire.

Dances

Pink Flamingo Party

Stephen and Zenada host their own version of a Valentine’s Day celebration with a Pink Flamingo Party at Farley’s Pub on Saturday, February 13th from 8pm until Midnight. Come spread the love this holiday whether your a couple, a single or somewhere in between. Special guest musical appearances by Aaron Zufelt, Benjaman Palmer, Janet Acevedo, and more…

sending you lots of love

 

About Stephen Palmer

Stephen Palmer is an Arizona native, born and raised. With his ear to the ground and head in the clouds Stephen brings a passion to life that is as complex as it is full of joy. Reader beware the adventures of an untamed mind.

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