Timothy's Center for Gardening started in 1965 as a small vegetable farm stand that grew its own produce. Over the years, it evolved into a one-stop gardening center for plants, landscape supplies, pots, and lighting. Grab a bag of cedar mulch to inhibit weed growth or protect your young trees in the winter and a selection of colorful flowers to plant in the spring.
At Foot Solutions, certified pedorthist Laura Roberts helms a team of foot-care specialists, matching casual, dress, and athletic shoes exactly to each foot's unique size and curves. Before pointing clients toward stylish footwear, technicians map feet with digital instruments and evaluate each client's posture and weight distribution. After their feet have been fully analyzed, customers try on cushy shoes from brands such as P.W. Minor, Durea, Sanita, and Finn Comfort.
Like leaves on a tree, Dragonfly Farms changes color with the seasons. Owners Patrick and Judy Lapide transform their show rooms to highlight new plants and flowers, home furnishings, and gardening supplies, applying vivid coats of paint and themed backdrops to complement their wares. In addition to greenery and home decor, they offer winemaking supplies and equipment—rendering fermented sips more easily than stomping on beaded fruit.
At Redemption Kettlebell Gym, Eric Chasko channels his inner third-base coach and tells students to swing away. His full-body kettlebell workouts improve conditioning and flexibility, and help build lean, muscle mass. Aside from kettlebell swings, each ever-changing workout might also include work done with barbells, heavy ropes, and climbing ropes, and all moves can be totally customized to suit all fitness levels.