The brand-name buffs at Max 10 retail quality men's, women's, and children's clothing for $10 or less, including seasonal deals to outfit school-bound tykes in stylish new threads. Shoppers can score designer duds from the likes of Ecko Unlimited, Zoo York, Dickies, and Sean John and jeans from Lee, Levi's, and Akademiks. Customers can disguise human hides or a fugitive T-shirt in hoodies and jackets for $10 or less or satiate undernourished closets with wardrobe basics such as long- and short-sleeve tees, tanks, and activewear priced at two for $10. Sports aficionados can announce admiration for favorite teams while modestly entering the public sphere with a variety of licensed MLB and NFL apparel, or they can dress neighborhood dogs in jerseys to re-create favorite scenes from Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch.
Rolls 'R' Ready whips up Southern-inspired pastries and sweet snacks in a hospitable setting. Entreat northerly noshers to decadent sub-Mason-Dixon cuisine with the shop’s signature handmade cinnamon rolls. The bakers dress up fresh dough with sugar and savory spices, roll it up, and lavish it with a liberal arts education to create a flavorful, well-rounded treat. Though not included with the purchase of this Groupon, Rolls 'R' Ready also offers palate-pleasers such as pies, cookies, cakes, and tasty turnovers.
Rollhaven has been a family friendly business since 1955. We have a beautiful maple skating surface, 2 story Bounce House, Arcade, Lasertag & a Complete Snack Bar. We also have skating classes, Zumba classes & we sell all types of skates We have something for everyone.
When you visit a Sprint or Verizon Wireless store, you'll find lots of phone options and accessories, but you'll have to go with that specific carrier. When you visit Wireless Toyz, you'll still find lots of phone options and accessories, plus, you can choose a service plan from a variety of carriers. Wireless Toyz's staffers even compare rate plans from all the different carriers to help you find the best deal. They can also repair broken phones, iPads, and iPods.
For 35 years, the seasoned seamsters at Homestead Needle Arts have sparked and stoked artistic fervor among stitchers of all stripes with a suite of needlework classes and supplies. The beginners' patterned-square class gathers five to six needlework neophytes around an oaken table for two hours of camaraderie, searching through haystacks, and sampler fabrication. Fuel up for finger feats with complimentary mugs of tea as teachers dispense kits stuffed with multihued thread, pre-marked canvas, and learning materials, before delving into the basics of threading and stitch-chart syntax. By the end of each symposium, students will gain a hands-on mastery of thread parking, stripping, and stitch witchery through six fundamental sutures, including the Straight Gobelin, Hungarian Diamond, and Slanted Scotch. Proud graduates can escort bedecked textiles home or pack them off for finishing (not included), then pore over Homestead Needle Arts’ thousands of threads, notions, and books, sign up for the weekly newsletter, and swap shoptalk with the resident golden retriever. Plan to call ahead for class scheduling and bring a pair of needlepoint scissors.
Even though Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory has locations throughout the world, it still maintains the small-town candy-store feel envisioned by its creator and CEO, Frank Crail. Crail founded the original location in his adopted hometown of Durango, Colorado, filling the sweet-smelling space with homey accents, such as candy-making demonstrations and games of Pin the Tail on the Chocolatier. Behind the counter, staffers roll fresh granny smith apples in dense caramel and mold lumps of rich fudge on old-style marble slabs. Other fresh confections include mint bark, chocolate-dipped pretzels, and boxed chocolates.