Artemis instills youthfulness with an unlikely blend of artistry and science. A board-certified physician works to rejuvenate patients from the inside and out. The doctor flaunts his technical skill with vein-removing injections and lasers, non- and minimally-invasive liposuction alternatives, Botox injections, and championship tournaments of Operation.
The Mansion at Oak Hill, known for creating events to remember, reflects the charm of nineteenth century southern homes. Its graceful beauty offers the perfect setting for wedding receptions, corporate functions, fund-raising events and celebrations of all types.
In 1976, busy California mother Joan Barnes wanted nothing more than to find a play place where she and her kids could enjoy age-appropriate, educational activities. Finding none, she developed her own innovative play environment within a developmental-based program structure now known as Gymboree Play & Music. Today, kids tumble and learn in more than 650 locations in 33 countries around the world, engaging in open play and classes designed to build cognitive and motor skills. At Gymboree Play & Music, you and your child will build creativity, confidence and lifelong friendships.
Kristina, at KB Hair and Makeup, specializes in makeup and hair for; weddings, special events, photo-shoots, fashion shows, or just for fun! She has worked with the best photographers, and inspiring models in the area. Kristina enjoys creating any look from, soft and natural to glamorous and editorial.
MG Hair Design's experienced stylists can pull off a wide variety of fashionable treatments using just their mighty thumbs, and the scissors and blow-dryer those thumbs wield. Haircuts begin at $45 for women and $30 for men and can be complemented with a brow shaping ($15), lip waxing ($15), or two-week lash extensions ($30) to lure an admirer's gaze straight to one's vision globes, as well as trap flies for your eyes to eat. Scissorphobes, meanwhile, can fearlessly get their hair revamped with a single-color application ($65 for women, $50 for men), partial highlights ($50), or an airy, long-lasting blowout ($35 and up).
When designer Robert Trent Jones Jr. made Prairie View Golf Club his first Indiana project in 1997, he peppered 18 holes across 206 acres of natural beauty. His design hugs the White River, which rings the course on three sides, but only interferes with shots at four holes. Native grasses trim the entire perimeter of the former soybean- and cornfields, while oak, sycamore beech, and cottonwood trees surround the back nine holes. But the natural obstacles pale in comparison to the manmade impediments – 90 sand traps, including one that stretches 135 yards, make the par-72 course a challenge for even the most avid golfer. Creative flagstick positioning invites visitors to modify their technique for approach shots, with an emphasis on precision rather than power, much like surgically extracting a swallowed engagement ring.
For some added muscle on the course, patrons can practice swings at golf lessons or map out a plan of attack over breakfast at The Albatross Grille, which overlooks the course.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, Par 72 Course * Total length of 7,000 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 74.5 from the back tees * Course slope of 138 from the back tees * Four sets of tees per hole