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Yarn store opens at Fairview Farm

DALLAS — Fairview Farm Fiber Arts’ Yarn Store is now open on weekends.

Yes, yarn, offered in the same store that once sold cheese, yogurt and ice cream. Fairview Farm’s transition from goat dairy to goat fiber farm is complete, and people can now see what owners Laurie and Terry Carlson have been up to these last few months.

The store, located at 2340 SW Fairview Ave. in Dallas, will feature yarn spun from the farm’s own herd of fiber goats and others in the local area, as well as yarns from around the world.

Hours are Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information: 503-623-4744.

Local Burgerville has new manager

MONMOUTH — Alexander Page started as Burgerville’s new manager on Monday after John Tanguay, the previous manager, was transferred to work at the fast-food restaurant chain’s Carmen Drive location near Portland.

Page, 37, grew up in Independence and lives in Salem. He said he looks forward to growing Burgerville’s fundraising program at the Monmouth site. He hopes to involve schools and the community in fundraising efforts at the Monmouth location.

For more information: Monmouth Burgerville, 503-838-6096.

Financial adviser plans open house

DALLAS — Kelly K. Denney, a local adviser for the financial services firm Edward Jones, will host a holiday open house Saturday.

The public event takes place from 1 to 4 p.m. at 244 E. Ellendale Ave., Suite 2, in Dallas.

“We are happy to be part of the Dallas community and would like to express our appreciation for the confidence and support we receive year-round,” Denney said.

For more information: 503-623-2146.

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