Ceramist and BonTon Designs owner Mary Anderson has adorned jean pockets with tiny mosaic tiles, transformed a bowling ball into a shimmering orb, and enhanced dozens of homes with her handmade tile installations. At BonTon Designs, she encourages her students to approach their own creations with the same sense of playful experimentation. She welcomes students of all ages and experience levels and equips them with mosaic tips and techniques along with all supplies. Then, she sets them loose to create their own projects, from painted tiles to glowing wine-bottle lanterns to mosaics of their favorite ceramics teacher.
Here's How It'll Appear on The Site Taking your child to an R-rated horror film might elicit a reaction, but it’s rarely a positive one. At the Jim Lupient Water Park, kids shriek in delight as they make their way down three giant water slides, either lying on their bellies, tubes, or tame pet crocodiles. The park’s rock-quarry theme echoes throughout with foam equipment shaped to resemble rocks and logs ideal for climbing, walking, or floating on. Older kids and adults can enjoy water volleyball and do laps in swimming lanes, and little tots can safely walk into zero-depth entry pools to splash around in spray features. The park also makes it possible for families to enjoy their lunches beneath shade-sheltered cabanas before stepping next door for a round of mini golf on the 18-hole Grand Rounds Miniature Golf Course.
When students come to Joe Hastings' lessons, some of the first things he asks are "Who are your favorite singers or artists?" and "What are your favorite styles to focus on." Why? Because he knows that when a student plays what they want to play, rather than suffer through rounds of "Greensleeves," they'll keep playing. Having taught over 25,000 private lessons since 1992, Joe has every style of music and every breed of guitar down pat. In private lessons ranging from acoustic guitar, electric, and bass to 12-string, banjos, lap steels, and even the finicky dulcimer, Joe's students learn how to play quickly and efficiently. Lessons also delve into music theory, pattern recognition, and muscle memory, and handily take place within the music-only confines of My Music Store.
In addition to an enormous inventory of beer, wine, and spirits, MGM Wine and Spirits' knowledgable staff can help shed light on not just where things are stashed?but how they taste, what they can be used for, and what will pair well with your dinner. On the website, browse recipes that incorporate booze?and not just in the usual ways. Use bottles of beer to flavor stews and chocolate cake, or learn to make cocktails at home instead of the standard midday office martini under your desk.