For more than 20 years, Maurer's Sports has been offering the best in sporting goods, sports apparel, letter jackets, and customer service. We specialize in uniforms, spirit wear, and football, baseball, softball, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, and soccer gear.
George and Dorothy Heavilin established House of Heavilin Beauty College in 1953. Since then, the school has prided itself on graduating talented professionals who continually land in esteemed positions across the country. Instead of practicing on crash-test dummies, though, students perfect their craft while providing salon services for customers. Under the expert eyes of the college's educators, budding cosmetologists and aestheticians administer facials, apply makeup, cut and style hair, and conduct various waxing services.
Onwed and operated by a staff of avid kayakers and brimming with 500 brightly colored boats from 25 manufacturers, Kansas City Paddler outfits canoe and kayak rangers with all they need to take to the inland seas. Protect your core from water spray with a Stohlquist Splashdown Shorty spray jacket ($49.95), or conquer the waves with the hydrodynamic contours of a Cannon Escape kayak paddle ($79.95).
Like a box of strictly red-balloon-shaped Lucky Charms marshmallows, Gennaio sifts through all the seasonal selections, carefully curating key pieces. Here, shoppers can rack through looks from highly covetable labels (William Rast, Big Star) along with smaller, up-and-coming collections. Peruse designer denim by brands including Miss Me ($88 and up), MEK Denim ($101 and up), and Silver ($75 and up). Tops, tanks, and halters start at $29, and dresses at $35. Gennaio Boutique also carries affordable accessories, starting at $10 for bracelets and ear adornments.
Timbermist Farm's stately 50-acre facility sports white plank fences, verdant grounds, and an ivory stable fronted by columns. At this indoor facility, veteran instructors, Tina English and Chuck Browning, offer lessons to riders of all abilities, imparting knowledge gathered during nearly three decades of training, competing, and counting wooly horses just before bedtime.
Tina and Chuck spreads their expertise and shows students how to steer horses in the Farm's indoor training facility, which is open year-round and heated during the winter.