You love your dog, but since you can’t always take them with you, it’s important to have a place you can trust to care for them just as you would. Wagging Tails Doggie Daycare is such a place; the facility gets consistently good consumer reviews, and is a cage-free environment where canine companions won’t feel cooped up and unhappy. Best of all, there are web cams for checking in with your pooch, so you can make sure they’re happy while you’re away. Your dog will enjoy the big open space and cheery blue walls, and you’ll be impressed as the staff learns your dog’s name immediately. The dedicated team is also responsive to any individual pet needs, and each pet receives personal attention during his stay.
The chefs at Bradford's on Bishop serve up instruction in essential kitchen skills such as basic knife work, cooking techniques, and food handling in seven eclectic cooking classes. Armed with a spread of seasonal ingredients, students can choose to learn the home-cooking secrets of one of several exotic cuisines, including French, modern Thai, and Capoeira. The Girls Night Out class teaches culinary pupils how to whip up more indulgent fare, and Knife Skills slices through an array of different cutting techniques. All classes at Bradford's on Bishop commence with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, allowing students to discuss current cooking topics such as the nutritional differences between a double cheeseburger and the McDouble. A presenting chef then narrates the evening's entrees before the congregation is split into groups of ten, with each group completing multiple dishes under the tutelage of their own chef. Complimentary cocktails are included, and students are encouraged to bring their favorite beverage.
This deal invites you to choose from three classes. The What Does This Button Do? class works through the camera's essential functions; Why Do My Shots Stink? covers the basic elements of composition and creativity; and I See the Light! is a crash course in how to utilize the lighting that’s available to you. Byars caps each class at around 10 students so that she can spare individual attention for each and every participant. The first hour of the course is lecture and the second involves hands-on picture-shooting practice. Classes are offered Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in the morning and early afternoon. Check the schedule for individual class times. As the scheduled sessions fill up, additional times and dates will be added.