Tuesday, July 29, 2008

September October Newsletter 2008

Hi Everyone,

I hope that you all enjoyed good quality time with your families this summer and had lots of fun doing and exploring new things.

This summer was busy. I was able to squeeze in a photo shoot with a couple of models. Here are a couple of pictures from those shoots.



I've been busy filling up on education these last couple of months. I just finished an advanced 2 day cutting class with the Creative Director for the Vidal Sassoon Academy in England. That was great! Also we are attending an educational show at the end of September and a 2 day colour class in October! So get excited, because there are going to be all sorts of great new techniques to try when you come in for your next appointments!

Booking for Christmas?!!!

With everyone getting back into the new school year schedule our calendars are filling up fast. I know it seems impossible to comprehend but the Christmas season is not that far off and December is already booking up. Please e-mail me or call to book those precious Christmas appointments because I would love you all to have great hair for the holidays!

Our Huge 2 Year Anniversary Party!!!

It's been 2 years at our new location and we want to celebrate!

You are cordially invited to attend our

'Ladies Night Out'

October 23 from 6:30- 9:30pm

bring your girlfriends and


Great Food and Beverages


Prize draws

and much more....

We will be having for your convience and just in time for Christmas;

Discovery Toys


Pampered Chef


Recieve great deals on Hair care products and accessories

and more....

Also we will be collecting donations for the food bank as a kick off for our

1st annual Christmas food drive (more info to come!)

Please RSVP by no later than October 18th out of respect for our vendors

Send your RSVP with number of people attending to kdsans@telus.net


Caledon Oatmeal

This is a great recipe from the Eat-Clean Cookbook. This oatmeal recipe is great! Enjoy!

You can alter the ingredients depending on the season. In the winter enjoy dried cranberries and plenty of cinnamon and nutmeg. In the spring add raisins and vanilla. It's a forgiving dish that can be made to suit your taste. I measure out the dry ingredients the night before so all you have to do is add the liquid ingredients in the morning.


2 cups old-fashion oats

2 cups low-fat milk or soy milk

1/2 tsp best quality vanilla

1/2 cup slivered almonds

1/2 cup dried cranberries or other dried fruit of your choice

1 large grated apple (apple should be firm)

4 Tbsp maple syrup

Cooking spray

1.preheat oven to 400. Coat a 3 quart (large) casserole dish or baking pan with cooking spray.

2. combine all ingredients in a large bowl. If you are preparing this the night before don't add the liquid ingredients such as milk and grated apple until morning.

3. Place mixture in a casserole dish. Bake uncovered for 45 minutes.

No comments: