Speaker series to feature Hayden business owners | SteamboatToday.com

Speaker series to feature Hayden business owners

Whether being able to fold a napkin into a rose or deadheading flowers, everybody’s an expert.
A new event, titled “Everybody’s an Expert at Something,” is coming to Hayden this week.
The first iteration of the event is set for 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at 195 West Jefferson Ave. in the Axial Arts Architecture office.
Wendy Lind is helping organize the free event, which will feature five local business owners.
“The response has been really good,” Lind said. “We’re booked up for the next few months.”
Lind said the goal is to have a fun event that allows people to promote their business.
“I think there are people with amazing skills that people don’t know about,” Lind said.
Among this month’s speakers is real estate agent Amy William, who will teach the technique for turning a napkin into a rose and share information about the local real estate market.
“This year, we have a lot of new construction starts,” Williams said. “There are people that are interested in the new product.”
Also in demand, Williams said, are older homes that are well maintained or remodeled with large yards.
Ryan Lee, who owns the H-Town Underground gym, will talk about fitness and teach a few key exercises.
“He’s a huge bright spot in our community,” Williams said.
To complement the fitness angle, Cameron Pool, of Healthy Living Revolution, will discuss the nutritional foundation that comes from eating a diet rich in a variety of fruits, vegetable and berries.
Monica Case, of Case Enterprise, will discuss garden pest management and the technique for deadheading, or pinching flowers off to encourage growth.
Sandy Rainwater, owner of the Attic to Awesome furniture store, will make “something awesome,” Lind said.

To reach Matt Stensland, call 970-871-4247, email mstensland@SteamboatToday.com or follow him on Twitter @SBTStensland

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