Year Round Pool builds quality custom pools and spas with uniquely exciting designs for the discriminating customer.
We provide expert repairs, reliable cleaning services for pools as well as three convenient retail locations to supply all of your pool needs.
Direct Tools Factory Outlet outfits toolsheds with new and reconditioned equipment at up to 75% off the retail cost. Brands such as Ryobi, Homelite, and Hoover craft grills for summer cookouts and power tools for both small and large home-improvement projects. The shop's assortment of discontinued, reconditioned, and factory-blemished tools, like predictions from most fortunetellers, includes a warranty of at least a year.
Clad in hard hats and construction vests, kids in the Builders of Tomorrow exhibit load wheelbarrows with giant Lego dacta blocks, which they then use to fill in the wooden frame of a small house. Whether they realize it or not, these budding builders are learning—working with the Legos stimulates gross and fine motor skills, and tools such as a pulley system encourage creative problem solving. This interactive, play-based style of learning extends through all 10 exhibits at The Sandbox, which keep young brains on track to one day develop advanced adult skills, such as singing all the deductions on your tax return. In addition to overseeing exhibits that cater to infants through 8-year-olds, the museum's staff organizes programming such as Parents Night Out, Kids Night In, field trips, and facility rentals for celebrations such as birthday parties.
Baby Genius's award-winning children's products teach babies and toddlers essential skills through the power of music. Based on a bounty of research, the company's DVDs enrich the learning experience by merging classical pieces and familiar songs with vibrant images, keeping kids entertained for hours. Parents can sit back while animated animal educators teach pocket-size pupils better motor skills, dictionary-defying vocabularies, vampire-free counting, and nap-inducing dance moves that ready little ones for kindergarten and beyond.
Knickknacks, trinkets, and trifles parade through Mingles, a small, family-owned shop that has carved out a prominent niche on Hilton Head Island. Since 1983, local owner Sandy Toomer has handpicked items and customized orders to keep the shop's shelves rife with unique and otherwise hard-to-find goods. Home accents—such as plates, tapestries, and wall art—share space with handcrafted pieces, including ornaments and jewelry from local artists. Mingles also carries seasonal items, from Christmas and Halloween novelties to gold-dipped flyswatters to celebrate World Mosquito Day.