The casino dealers, bartenders, and waitstaff at A Casino Event Company organize casino games with custom “funny money” and photo-booth rentals for special events. They set up high-quality equipment—from speed-cloth tables to Kem cards—for games such as blackjack, roulette, Texas hold’em, and craps, and photo booths for capturing special moments and high-fashion flies. Often, A Casino Event Company's parties can accommodate themes such as Monte Carlo Night or Grad Night, ideal for celebrating newly minted lawyers or fire-breathers. As a testament to the company’s effectiveness, a list of its past clients includes Apple, Allstate, and Domino’s Pizza as well as a litany of individuals who sing the company’s praises.
Run by Stanford University's coaches' education trainer Mike Legarza and boasting a camper return rate of 90%, Legarza Basketball Camp develops young dribblers in a structured environment of positive support and fundamental basketball instruction, valuing hard work and effort. Morning camps focus on shooting and ball handling, as orb-bouncers will learn the basics of scoring and protecting the basketball. Players will be divided into teams for the week and play one game per day with a tournament at the end of the week. Afternoon camps concentrate on gameplay, as youngsters will be introduced to gamesmanship and strategy, such as when to feed the ball to the 7-footer in the post and when to feed the ball to the siberian tiger spotting up for a three-pointer.
During three-hour classes at Art Social, instructors strive to foster an environment as lively as the paintings that inspire them. At various restaurants, wine bars, or galleries across the Bay Area, students begin the evening chatting with classmates against the backdrop of soft music and clinking wine glasses. Once students have settled into their personal painting stations, instructors delve into history, context, and scratch 'n' sniff features of the evening's chosen painting, which has included works such as Gustav Klimt's The Kiss or Van Gogh's Starry Night. Step-by-step instruction ensures students of all levels take home a personal masterpiece, whether it is a replica of the painting being taught or the bowls of fruit that haunt the student's mind.
Founded in 2000, the Burlingame Aquatic Club initially catered exclusively to competitive athletes, many of whom rose to win several swimming events and earn spots on Olympic Development teams. The Burlingame Aquatic Club now manages all community and competitive programs on behalf of the City of Burlingame (except for high-school athletics), including programs such as open swim, lessons, and community events. Visitors of all ages and experience levels can glide down the 50-meter lanes of the outdoor, Olympic-size pool, or acclimate to the water in a wading area. They can also splash away calories in aqua-aerobics classes, or learn how to yell "shark!" in semaphore during CPR and lifeguard training.