At Mid Tenn Motorcycle Education Center, nationally certified instructors impart the secrets to safe and street-legal riding. Through their basic courses, students step in on Saturday and leave on Sunday with the comprehensive knowledge and skills to bypass the written and driving portions of the state licensing test. The instructors spread tutelage across 5 classroom hours and 10 hours of on-cycle instruction. More advanced students can dip into one-day, six-hour experienced-rider courses to practice precision handling, advanced braking, and dodging squirrels. The school also hosts women-only classes that teach terminology and skills free of testosterone-induced wheelie popping.
Visitors to The Art Mill find everything they need to create an original work of art. Founded by Scott Harris, each of the three studio locations features a separate calendar of classes, which take place nearly every day of the week. During painting sessions, clients grab provided brushes and take aim at canvases, following the teacher's step-by-step instructions to complete colorful floral scenes.
Though the sound of a camera clicking is not the strongest memory people have of their celebrations, it's undeniable that photos keep memories alive for years to come. When guests pile into a Say Cheez photo booth, the process of preserving memories becomes unforgettable in its own right. The 5' x 5' booths are just the right size to accommodate entire bridal parties, merrymakers wearing extravagant headpieces, or the full wingspans of grooms' beloved falcons. A screen inside each booth and one outside count down for four rapid-fire photos, giving subjects enough time to rifle through the included props and don hats, sunglasses, or mustache disguises for each. Within 20 seconds, the booth attendant doles out a batch of color or black-and-white photo strips with personal banners emblazoned across the top. Customers can take home photos or install them in the hosts’ scrapbook.