Mosaic Madness, located at our studio at 211 S. College Street in historic downtown Waxahachie, is North Texas' largest mosaic and stained glass studio. Our mosaic studio is a safe place for children of all ages! All of our glass, china, and tiles are tumbled so that sharp edges are removed.
There’s cigarette smoking, and then there’s cigar smoking. Bonnie and Clyde's founders David Harrison and Roz Stafford believe that, unlike a cigarette that’s hurriedly puffed and thrown onto a nearby pile of oily rags, a fine cigar deserves to be savored in a relaxed setting. Bonnie and Clyde’s provides such a setting with its comfortable cigar lounge, outfitted with overstuffed couches, a large flat-screen TV with surround sound, and a poker table. Elsewhere in the store, cigar aficionados stroll through a walk-in humidor stocked with high-quality Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta, and Arturo Fuente cigars, as well as the store’s line of long-fill, hand-rolled house cigars. Customers can stock up on raw materials such as aromatic Dominican and Ecuadorian wrappers and pipe tobacco, or pick up essentials such as cutters and humidors. The store maintains coed credentials with its Ladies' Cigar Club, which showcases a new cigar each month as staff members introduce women to the art of cigar smoking in a no-pressure environment.
Bunkers fashioned from metal barrels and tires protect inhabitants from volleys of enemy fire, as the smell of grilled hamburgers wafts through the air. Madddogz’s outdoor paintball fields immerse players in friendly combat while giving spectators, family, and friends a place to celebrate special occasions. Players can hunt their opponents in wooded areas littered with wrecked airplanes, used tires, and wooden fences in games of elimination or all-out battles. Meanwhile, civilians can mingle with their friends inside covered picnic areas while enjoying a packed lunch or cooked meats from the grill.
The propane proprietors at Progas pump tanks with clean-burning, top-notch gas for thrilling grilling and cozy off-the-grid living. Propaniacs need only mosey to the Seagoville location with an empty 20-pound tank to have it filled with controllable combustibles. Progas forms a barbecue-tonged bond with each customer, courting backyard kings and queens with trusty service in the hopes of scoring invites to finger-licking get-togethers.