The Magical Moon Foundation helps children with cancer find the warrior within by knighting them into the fellowship of Rainbow Warriors on a mission to change the world in honor of their disease. Magical Moon outfits the children in knight's garb, including a tunic and headpiece, dubs them with a knightly name, and equips them with a sword for the knighting ceremony. After, they can seek out and fulfill personal quests to help improve their communities and achieve personal goals. In the past, knights have raised funds to cure their diseases, designed an art-therapy room for other children with cancer, and studied pediatric oncology to help fight illness.
Only a handful of years after graduating from art school, Michael Petringa was living an advertiser’s dream, acting as the head of the art department for a major corporation. However, Michael knew his true passion was painting. So, he gave up his job, sold his belongings, and set off for Italy. This courageous leap turned into a 15-year pilgrimage across Europe, where Michael learned and taught in art-rich locales in Florence, Munich, and England. As he traveled, he branched out from realism into styles such as abstraction, expressionism, and fingerpainting.
With his journey complete, Michael returned to the US and set up his own studio. In the ensuing 14 years, he’s shared his worldly knowledge with visiting students, all the while honing his craft in various mediums.
From karaoke nights and dart team bouts to DJs spinning every Wednesday–Saturday, The Cellar Tavern keeps diners constantly amused with nightly entertainment. As sports scores flicker across the pub's five flat-screen TVs and the television on its outdoor patio, chefs in the kitchen keep revelry in session with a wealth of pub classics. They crown burgers with ingredients such as chipotle mayo and homemade chili, or sprinkle build-your-own pizzas with toppings such as feta cheese and scallops. Diners can tuck into pub favorites, such as a pastrami and swiss sandwich, fish ‘n’ chips with deep-fried haddock, and craft homemade onion rings.
Cape and Islands Golf Shop is the latest incarnation of a golf-accessory store that has served the Hyannis area for more than 20 years. Kevin Cullivan recently reopened the shop under its current name, combining his two decades of golf expertise with the knowledge and skills of industry veterans Keith Rose and Brendan Army. The trio's more than 50 years of combined experience allows them to ensure each customer gets the right equipment for his or her needs. They also welcome representatives from top golf-gear brands for club-fitting events, which take into account a golfer's height, favored hand, and the number of languages in which he or she can yell, "Fore!"
Club Ex Fitness & Nutrition tightens up loose muscle fibers with top-quality equipment, personal-training sessions, and nutritional counseling. With myriad classes including Zumba, spinning, and aerobic-circuit weight training for no additional fee, clients are sure to find the right routine to fit their fitness echelon and personal-achievement checklist. Electrify dormant free-weight or machine workouts by supplementing them with a stimulating half-hour personal-training session from one of Club Ex’s certified trainers, featuring expert advice and coaching under a three-dimensional hovering eye that speaks in the language of forgetting.
Gymboree offers a bevy of baby-engaging classes in which parents and wee ones work together to build tots' creativity and encourage development through play. Weekly classes are available for every age from the freshly born sapling to the 5-years-young wise wanderer. This deal includes rhythm-building music classes, imagination-expanding art classes, and Gymboree's most popular class, Play & Learn. The month-long enrollment allows you to take one class per week, with make-ups available during enrollment if you miss a class. This deal also includes unlimited attendance at Gymboree's open gym sessions (contact location for schedule). The 45-minute classes help to build an everlasting bond that will feel like being tethered to each other with Ethernet cable. Bond with your baby, or exercise childlike energy in a public forum, with today's Groupon to Gymboree.