The profits from every item sold at Second Chance Consignment Boutique go to Pet Network Humane Society, an organization dedicated to saving abandoned pets from euthanasia by connecting them with adoptive families. Visitors can peruse racks of new and gently worn dresses, shoes, purses, and other garments and accessories or shop for kitchenware and furniture.
Upperscale women's clothing boutique located in Reno, Nevada. Offering everything from Michael Stars to William Rast... We have something for everyone. Come in for that one of kind piece of jewelry from Virgins, Saints & Angels. We are your House of Style!
Since 1984, the Lorenz family has bedecked Michael & Son's Fine Jewelry and Native American Art in custom-made gold, silver, and platinum baubles, as well as Native American jewelry and fine art. The full-service repair department is one of the area's largest, mending broken chains ($22.50+) and resizing rings to fit any finger ($40+). An array of turquoise and silver earrings, rings, and pendants combines Southwest style with lustrous settings. Set digits vividly a-shimmer with a sterling silver-and-topaz colored ring ($100), or adorn the underside of a neighborhood bridge by choosing Trollbeads ($31+). Native American art, artifacts, and pottery join a sprawling mélange of non-jewelry products also readily available for purchase.
With dozens of locations sprinkled around the sunshine state, California Sun makes it easy for tanners to bronze without fear of sunburn. As sunless bathers daydream within two levels of Ergoline beds, melanin rises to the skin's surface at the beck and call of a high-pressure cooling system or adjustable face tanners, leaving bodies with a golden glow in just 10–12 minutes. For those who prefer the misty kiss of a sunless spray tan, formulas by VersaSpa, Mystic Tan, or Norvell grace guests with new shades that can last from four to seven days and won't leave skin looking unnaturally orange or supernaturally blue.
ReCREATE's approach to conservation unleashes the inner outsider artist in all who enter the center's cheery, well-organized studio. The guerrilla-crafting cooperative rescues unwanted office supplies, retail detritus, and industrial byproducts from a destiny of landfill lining, in the process building a vast repository of reusable craft materials. Drop-in sessions ($5 each) allow developing da Vincis to create milk-jug masks and packing-foam puppets to their hearts' content. Conservational crafters purchase bulk supplies from the studio's bins of cast-off designer-fabric samples, cigar boxes, paper, tile chips, cardboard, and more, while reCREATE supplies scissors, glue, and any other necessary equipment. Amateur artists of all ages can spontaneously generate boats, figurines, and dioramas in-studio, or shop for materials to build a man-sized version of Mouse Trap at home.
When Joan Barnes founded Gymboree Play & Music in 1976, she envisioned a facility where parents and children could play together in a safe and age-appropriate environment. In the following decades, Gymboree spread to more than 30 countries across the globe, helping youngsters from infants to 5 years old develop cognitive, physical, and social skills.
The company's instructors lead classes such as Play & Learn, its flagship course, in which parents and kids move through a seven-level program filled with storytelling, play activities, and debates on the merits of sandwich crust. Talented staffers also prep youngsters for school and foster development in areas such as music, art, and sports. Throughout all classes, they make use of custom play equipment designed by acclaimed playground designer and seesaw-tamer Jay Beck.