For the past 32 years, the technicians of American Pest Management have been helping eradicate infestations in the homes, offices, and flea circuses of the greater Kansas City area. Certified by the Kansas Department of Agriculture, the specialized teams are led by board-certified entomologist Ravi Sachdeva, a man with a wealth of experience in dealing with rodents, insects, and snakes. Ravi leads his teams to tackle all manner of jobs, guaranteeing all work and swiftly responding to any calls that come through the company’s 24-hour emergency hotline.
Chefs at Friendship Chinese Restaurant forge their pan-Chinese dishes with an intense pride and dedication to the tradition of well-crafted cuisine. Entrees include macadamia-nut-crusted fresh cod, almond-crusted shrimp, and "barbarian" steak with sauteed asparagus, mushroom, and chili cabernet sauce. The eatery's authentic tastes and modern twists are available for delivery as well as dine-in eating amid the dining room's dark hardwood decor and rows of Buddha-head statues.
Devoted to the eradication of pests in and around homes, Enviro-Tech Pest Services' technicians aim to combat an expansive list of unwanted vermin with traps and child- and pet-friendly chemicals. Their custom programs collaborate to evict infestations of ants, mice, crickets, scorpions, or dubstep, in any combination. Technicians can exclude, trap, and bait rats and mice, eliminate colonies of bedbugs, and help protect homes and wooden furniture from termites.
The staffers at It’s All Roses create one-of-a-kind arrangements of wooden roses that fool nature by standing the test of time. They specialize in weddings and funerals, for which they deliver at no cost to any church or funeral home. In addition to beautifying homes, the team gives back to the community by donating proceeds to charitable causes such as the American Cancer Society.
Five beginner knitting classes at The Yarn Shop will take fledgling yarn spinners over all the knitting basics—knitting and purling, increasing and decreasing, ribbing, and more—as they complete their first scarf. The cost of all materials is covered, including a light or bright wool yarn and size-eight bamboo, circular needles. Additional supplies are available for purchase; the shop carries a full line of knitting and crocheting supplies and enough yarn to fill the scalps of a race of giant Raggedy Ann’s. Help is always available for projects, which many people bring to the shop to work on as they socialize and weave the names of disloyal latch hookers onto their tea cozies. Enjoy a dessert and specialty coffee or tea from The Yarn Shop's Pink Sheep Cafe. See the website for class schedules and pricing.