The multifaceted fitness facility Bodies in Motion keeps every family member active with its fitness programs, martial arts classes, and children’s activities. With Open Motion sessions, kids zip down the racing wave slide, tackle a high-ropes course, or dart around outstretched hands during refereed games of Capture the Flag. Toddlers build cognitive abilities and skills in group music classes, and Strong Totz programs teach kids how various sports work. For example, on week one, kids might learn to be soccer players, and on week two, they might learn how to negotiate a multimillion-dollar sports contract.
While kids play, parents blast calories during classes such as aerobic kickboxing and extreme conditioning or cement their trust on high-ropes courses for couples. Parents and kids refuel after a hard day of motion at the onsite Sandella's Flatbread Café, which staves off hunger pangs with healthy food, including quesadillas, paninis, and wraps that are just the right weight to fool any gods looking to take firstborn children.
In 1971, Michael Sowers taught himself how to throw clay in a high-school art class. The classroom had a functioning pottery wheel, but the instructor didn't know how to use it, so Michael began checking out instructional books from the library to support his fledgling interest.
Ever since, he's been molding masses of clay into plates and vessels, preserving their shapes with the heat of a 2,350-degree kiln. His work is as functional as it is aesthetically pleasing—subtly hued french butter dishes hold a quarter pound of butter in water, keeping it fresh for up to a month, and grater plates come equipped with a built-in shredder for garlic, ginger, parmesan cheese, or CIA documents. Sowers seals each piece with a lead-free glaze used by potters since the time of the Ming dynasty, ensuring that customers can safely send his pottery through a dishwasher or heat them in a microwave or oven.
Piloted by a professional driving staff, Boise Party Bus's fleet whisks between 16 and 24 clientele away on celebratory jaunts customized for special occasions and tours. Each non-smoking ride arrives equipped with a full bar, hardwood dance floor, and miniature water park built into the tire rims as a driver accommodates requests you make throughout the trip.
Alongside services for private parties, Boise Party Bus's passengers charter the fleet for the Best of the Northwest Wine Tour or Snake River Valley Vineyard Tour to sample boutique wines at five local destinations. Guests on The Great Idaho Brew Tour make pit stops at up to six of the state's best brewers for pours of craft brew on a voyage that Boise Weekly lauds as "a genius idea."
Bronco Gallery is Boise State's very own fine art gallery and frame shop. We have a variety of fine art and accessories commissioned from students, alumni and some local artists and artisans. We are also a complete full service custom frame shop ready to design, mat and frame your artwork as well.
A Little Blessing stocks resale clothing, gear, and toys made just for little nippers. The baby-boutique's shelves teem with tot-sized clothing in sizes up to 5T ($2–$6), including tiny shoes, pants, onesies, and seasonal costumes from brands such as Baby Gap, Gymboree, and Osh Kosh. Baby-handling accessories ($10–$50) aid parents, keeping frolicsome tots safely strapped into strollers, high chairs, and car seats. The locally owned store also acquires tenderly used hand-me-down toys ($2–$6) that imaginative young children can use to act out domestic dramas such as House Party 4.
Sabre eBooks offers the low cost option of electronic book publishing. This service gives the author the opportunity to test market their book and receive income. We work with everyone from first time writers to established authors. Our goal is to work as a facilitator for the author in every step of the process