Shopping in Emporia

45% Off Mom and Baby Clothes and Accessories

Central Park

$20 $11

Mom, baby, and child all can find fitting pieces of clothing or jewelry

Up to 54% Off Mosaic Workshop

Gage Village Shopping Center

$69.95 $34

Students learn to create glass works of art during mosaic workshops held twice weekly February through August

51% Off Prohormone Products at Supplement World


$100 $49

Prohormone products boost endurance for workouts, enabling users to build strength and muscle mass

86% Off Subscription to “The Wichita Eagle”

Downtown Wichita

$174 $25

Sunday issues and digital articles from largest newspaper in Kansas; covers local and national news, lifestyle tips, sports, and politics

50% Off E-cigarettes and Accessories


$30 $15

Regular e-cigarette users can stock up on E-Juice; new users can find starter kits, which include a tank, battery, and charger

45% Off Toys, Kites & Wind-Related Decor at Wings of the Wind


$20 $11

Shoppers can find an array of fun and unique gifts, such as colorful kites, toys, and house and garden flags made of UV-protected fabric

Up to 57% Off E-cigarette Starter Package

Multiple Locations

$34.94 $15

Customers swap out their tobacco cigarettes for e-cigarettes, which vaporize flavored nicotine liquids and lack the harsh smoke of tobacco

50% Off at Olathe Ace Hardware

Southwest Plaza

$30 $15

Range of household goods, from light bulbs and trash bags to power tools by Black & Decker, Stanley, and other big-name brands

Half Off Video-Game Play or Membership


$30 $15

Play video games for 10 hours or enjoy one-year membership with discounts and access to members-only events

50% Off Services

Rosana Square Shopping Center

$10 $5

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

50% Off Arrangements at Ranchview Floral

Ranch View

$30 $15

Single-stem flowers or fresh-cut bouquets make colorful and fragrant gifts for any occasion

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At each of its 12 locations in Kansas, the staff of Genesis Health Club strive to create a one-stop health-and-fitness center for the entire family. Supervised childcare programs entertain kids with arts and crafts, and Muay Thai classes help youngsters improve coordination and strength under the tutelage of a fifth-degree black belt. Adults can head over to yoga, Pilates, cycling, or MMA cardio classes, which are all led by nationally certified instructors. Guests can also take advantage of the rows of cardio and strength-training machines, or work one-on-one with an instructor to learn correct form and the best way to walk on your hands on a moving treadmill.

1007 Commercial St

Judging from their natural ability to make small talk while cutting or coloring hair with precision, one might guess that The Beauty Bar’s hairstylists were actual bartenders in their former lives. That hypothesis is supported by the fact that guests are treated to complimentary mocktails upon arriving at the 2,100-square-foot salon. When they aren’t pouring shots of nourishing lotion and shampoo, the staff wax away unwanted body and facial hair, host spa parties, and prep brides-to-be for trips down the aisle. The salon’s nail technicians offer a full slate of natural nail treatments headlined by their signature ice-cream pedicure—a treat that includes a ME! Bath strawberry-ice-cream footbath, a marshmallow foot mask, and a maraschino cherry affixed to each toe.

1406 Industrial Rd

LaMar Diltz, a charismatic doctor of naturopathy, offers a range of natural wellness products aimed at shrinking waistlines and making people healthier. From air and water purifiers to minerals and revitalizing glass jewelry, his wares work to bolster both mind and body by honing in on systemic problems such as high blood pressure, as well as specific areas including the bowels, bones, and joints. Dr. Lamar's wellness regimens also extend past the human species, with a special formula designed specifically for horses, which aids their digestion, muscle condition, and arithmetic skills.

2800 W 6th Ave

The Ellis family traces its history of working with plants to the late 1800s, when they operated a pottery-manufacturing company in Texas. Current-generation family members build from their familial expertise at all five of their store locations, spread between Louisiana and Texas. Twice a year, the Ellises travel overseas to identify upcoming horticulture trends decided by UN meetings in The Hague. This has expanded their decorative focus to include all aspects of home décor to complement greenhouses filled with tropical blooms and locally grown shrubbery. Clocks, lamps, and vases score homeowners extra credit in interior-design classes, and fountains and outdoor furniture make gardens hospitable for warm weather. For those who want to get ahead on holiday decorating, they offer an extensive selection of seasonal decor and accents year round. The Ellises encourage creativity with hands-on classes in subjects such as making centerpieces, weaving wreaths, and tying ribbon into perfect bows.

5015 US Highway 59 N

The Pink Lady Consignment Shop upgrades wardrobes with gently worn wares from designers such as Ann Taylor, Liz Claiborne, and Carol Little. With both women's and children's apparel on display, fashionistas can browse an array of sizes and styles ranging from petites to plus sizes and casual- to formalwear. Pick the racks clean of tops ($4–$15) and designer jeans ($6–$20) for a trendy outfit to sport during a night out, or don career separates ($6–$20) to maintain a crisp image at the office. Among accessories such as hats and assorted jewelry, handmade fabric handbags ($8–$15) lend style to the typically mundane task of toting charge cards, hairbrushes, and pet geckos.

215 North 6th Street
Baldwin City,

Breast cancer: that's the diagnosis that would change Jane Tetuan's life in more ways than one. Instead of taking the traditional route of healing—medications, chemotherapy—Jane sought out a natural path that included diet and nutritional changes. Healthy six years later, she and her husband founded The Juice Garden & Nutrition Center, where she shares her knowledge with clients who suffer from a spectrum of health issues; she also teaches prevention through healthy lifestyles rather than ducking for cover any time someone coughs in your presence. She and her staff whip up nutritional smoothies from all-natural or organic produce, mixing in nutritional supplements such as hemp seed and flax. They also lead seminars and classes that help participants learn healthy eating and lifestyles or guide them as they become health coaches themselves.

5618 Southwest 29th Street