BUSINESS BRIEFS: Open house Thursday for Port Angeles business; new directory available

PORT ANGELES — Olympic Peninsula Massage will hold an open house from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday.

Attendees can win door prizes including gift certificates, free massages or a deluxe makeover at the business, 102½ E. First St., Suite 7.

All who attend will receive a 20 percent off coupon for a massage.

Jessica Hernandez of Craze Lash (Younique) and aromatherapist Molly Messmer will be available for consultations and demonstrations.

Quileute tribal member Charlotte Penn will have beaded jewelry on display and for purchase.

Light refreshments will be served.

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/olympicpeninsulamassage.

New directory

PORT TOWNSEND — Skillmation, an online mentoring resource, is able to add a directory of youth programs, dubbed the “Youth Activity Site,” due in part to a recent $7,500 grant from the First Federal Community Foundation.

The site will be a web resource that aims to connect youths ages 5-18 to Jefferson County nonprofits and businesses that offer programs, camps, internships and summer jobs.

The online resource is planned to have its first testing releases by Sunday, Oct. 1, according to a news release.

While those trials occur, no downtime or outages for the existing site are anticipated, according to the release.

The site will allow users to browse through a variety of specific criteria including location, cost, age range and theme.

Additionally, the activity information will have several listing formats that can be integrated with a calender view and links to the coordinator’s web pages.

For more information, visit www.skillmation.org.

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