For more than 100 years, Emigh Ace Hardware has been equipping households and handypersons with a durable selection of tools, paints, and domiciliary goods. Helpful employees, some with more than 20 years of experience, can point shoppers toward the proper tools, while a koi pond and complimentary balloons and popcorn for kids add color and flavor beyond the usual hardware-store milieu. Customers may peruse popular name-brand paints like Clark + Kensington's paint and primer in one ($26-$36) or Benjamin Moore ($33.99+). Homeowners can invest in a Craftsman wrench set ($19.99) or scare away infiltrating ivy tendrils with a 30-inch leaf rake ($11.99). Air filters in assorted sizes ($4.49+) banish dust before future breaths, just as A-Maz Water Stain Remover ($7.99) eliminates mineral deposits, while the fall mums—like a jack-o'-lantern covered in fireworks—can keep gardens bright as they transition to the coming season ($1.99 for 4” flowers).
U Bead It's jewelry geniuses impart bead beginners with bracelet-building know-how during each two-hour introductory class. Overseen by an expert instructor, each class teaches students how to use tools, string beads, and apply decorative findings such as vintage brasses, bronze charms, and centuries-old Spanish doubloons. Bracelet-making supply kits, available for an additional cost, make sifting through wristlet components simpler, though customers are encouraged to bring their own supplies. As a good-vibe-inducing bonus, each attendee receives a 15% discount on the purchase of all class materials including clasps, charms, and beading supplies. Check the schedule for class times, which are typically offered once a month.
In 1997, Dave Haness and his team didn’t want to just add a laser arena to Country Club Lanes as a way to cash in on a fad. They wanted to make the best facility possible, so they went on a cross-country road trip to see some of the best facilities in the country and find out how they ticked, beeped, whirred, and sounded klaxons before alien assaults. They made it all the way to Buffalo, New York, and back, and now, their 3,500-square-foot laser-tag complex stands as a testament to their work. Within this multitiered arena, no player is too young, as long as they can wear the lightweight combat vest comfortably. Green laser beams pierce the low-hanging fog and ricochet off mirrored walls in the black-lit room as squads face off in 20-minute games. Each matchup begins with a quick orientation before sharpshooters head in, and music pumped through speakers provides a powerful, driving beat that inspires players to move faster, shoot quicker, and confound their opponents by stopping to do the cha-cha.
California Backyard's five stores help homeowners turn outdoor spaces into full-fledged living areas with a variety of products, including barbecue grills, patio furniture, and hot tubs. California Backyard also provides its patrons with access to a team of service technicians skilled in the installation and repair of many of its products. Come the holidays, each store dedicates space to a Christmas trim-a-home center, where patrons can stock up on décor and pamphlets on healthy eating for Santa.
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At Mattress Studio, experienced wholesalers help customers achieve restful sleep with high-end mattresses direct from manufacturers. In the showroom, sleeping pallets of all sizes wait to cushion bodies with pillow-top, plush, eco-friendly memory foam, and gel constructions. Delivery drivers ferry frames, mattresses, and living-room furniture sets throughout the Central Valley and Bay Area, and clients arrive in-store to haul away comfy mattresses from brands such as Imperial.
Artistic Edge celebrates art in all its forms with a selection of more than 1,000 custom frame options as well as creative classes. During two-hour art classes for preteen Picassos, held Saturdays at 10 a.m., veteran elementary-school art teacher Linda Howell leads students ages 6–11 through a different project each week. The sessions, which include materials, may cover a range of traditional techniques such as drawing, painting, sculpture, or swaddling skyscrapers in orange fabric.