Fitness guru Mandy Kutish propels patrons toward fitness with pound-shedding, muscle-building workouts. During six one-hour sessions scheduled over two weeks, participants engage in a fun, never intimidating boot camp free of disagreeable drill sergeants or hospital-corner-folding tutorials.
Hoofers need no prior experience to participate in ballroom veteran Susan Strahosky’s friendly and informal classes, which lead a diverse group of students though the distinctive, elastic movements of West Coast swing. The 45-minute basics class encourages participants to dance with each other, giving students the opportunity to make new friends and surreptitiously stick post-it notes on everyone's back. Afterward, dancers can munch on provided snacks while watching the advanced swing students perform dapper improvisations during the follow-up Beyond Basics class. From 8 p.m. to 10:15 p.m., open dancing gives participants a chance to perfect newly minted skills while benefiting from more experienced dancers’ advice on how to step through a hole in the universe.
Layne's Careful Cleaners treat soiled duds with dry cleaning that respects fine attire's many sensitivities. Customers can freshen up blouses and shirts after interdepartmental mud-wresting matches at work ($5.44+), or prep sweaters for another long summer in the attic ($5.91+). Ketchup splatters and spilled water disappear from pants ($5.80+) and two-piece fatigues ($12+) after a stain-annihilating therapy session with Layne's blemish-ridding experts, who'll also cleanse labcoats to undo the messy effects of hours of toiling with a children's chemistry set without reading the instructions ($9.90+). Layne's Careful Cleaners' blotch-eroding prowess extends to erasing smoke and fire damage for birthday suits that have ventured too close to the birthday cake. Same-day service is available if articles are dropped off by 8 a.m. (Monday–Friday).
Cuppy's Coffee and Catering boxes and plates cuisine from a menu of deliverable sandwiches, salads, pastries, hot drinks, and more and drops them at loving doorsteps. Upon calling the service, a friendly, organized serving specialist can talk clients through their order and conflicted feelings about lettuce and then arrange for delivery and setup ($15, not included in Groupon) at the location of their choice within the service area. Boxed lunches ($8.99) house chipotle chicken or roast beef on country white bread, a pretzel roll, or a wrap, and sandwiches sit well-behaved next to chocolate-chip cookies, bottled water, and potato chips. Or fulfill requests to talk with your mouth full with a breakfast fruit tray and pastry-bite package ($7/person) or a bagel sandwich and muffin box ($7.75). Emcees can also watch with pride as party guests dig into shareable soup-and-salad packages ($9.75/person, including chips and cookies) and steaming trays of five-cheese lasagna with rolls ($59.99/eight–10 people) or the American coffee pot with a box of fresh-brewed coffee ($14.95).
Helping students for more than 33 years, Huntington assesses children's linguistic and mathematical aptitude to isolate individual areas of improvement. With an emphasis on basic reading, writing, math, and Enigma-decoding skills, Huntington's talented tutors administer a comprehensive series of 6–11 tests designed to gauge each student's abilities relative to age and grade level. Following the academic evaluation, Huntington educators will sit down for a meeting with parents to discuss test results, as well as present an individualized improvement plan catered to their child's specific needs. By isolating potential gaps in the student's reading comprehension, phonics, or vocabulary, Huntington hopes to give students the study skills and confidence they need to one day out-riddle a sphinx. While not a part of today's deal, students can choose to continue their brain cell-broadening journey with Huntington through one-on-one tutoring sessions ($55/hr) and exam-prep one-on-one tutoring ($65/hr).
Join Theatre Harrisburg as it celebrates its 85th year of devising diverse and high-quality theatrical productions. Season subscribers can attend all five of the company’s main-stage productions, allowing them to feel as privileged as a crab apple on a banana tree. From November 4 to November 20, the holidays are celebrated with A Christmas Story, which follows a young boy’s quest to prove that Santa Claus is really a Thanksgiving turkey in disguise. Indulge pop-music inclinations as Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat graces the Whitaker Center stage from February 3 to February 19, or sprinkle fingernails with cinnamon sugar to heighten the nail-biting thrills of Dial M for Murder at the Krevsky Center from March 23 to April 1.