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Equipped with an array of raw and recipe-ready selections, Jamison Specialty Meats sates carnivorous cravings with fresh cuts alongside succulent homemade sausages, bacon, and pork chops. Furnish family appetites or cover domestic manholes with the all-natural Amish chicken ($1.79 per pound) or freshly ground grill-fillers such as the succulent ground chuck ($3.29 per pound). Meanwhile, hosts seeking protein party favors can satisfy guests with the deluxe sandwich trays ($29.99–$59.99), each populated with tasty Boar's Head deli meats and cheeses (all per-pound prices may vary slightly).

5904 W Jefferson Blvd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Peerless Cleaners has been cleaning the clothes and textiles of Northeastern Indiana with expert experience and attention since 1915, and many of its knowledgeable employees draw on more than 20 years of professional experience as they shampoo, condition, and blow-dry your wilted wearables. When dry cleaning your pants ($5.98), two-piece suits ($12.62), shirts ($2.37), or skirts and sweaters ($6.47), Peerless never uses recycled solvent in its dry cleaning process, ensuring that your garments do not get possessed by the vengeful spirits of clothes past. Every garment is inspected before cleaning for missing buttons and tears, as well as valuables left in pockets, such as misplaced murals and middle children. The cleaners will triple-inspect garments again after cleaning to avoid seven years of bad luck. Once fully fluffed, each garment either chills on a type of hanger that best holds the shape of the fabric without making any impression marks or is folded attentively to prevent wrinkles. A tracking system and emails will keep you updated on the status of your clothes. This Groupon can also be used for laundry, bedding, drapery/upholstery, wedding dresses, and area rugs.

628 E Dupont Rd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Golf-A-Round Indiana invites clubbers to test their swinging prowess amid the fairways and greens of more than 70 of Indiana's top golf courses. Golf-A-Round Indiana selects participating venues in a curatorial process that assesses each course's difficulty, United States Golf Association rating, and performance in people's-choice surveys—building a list of high-caliber private, semiprivate, and public courses. Players receive approximately 40%–50% off at each course with a minimum of two plays at each course, totaling 140 certificates throughout the 2014 and 2015 seasons.

The majority of the courses also offer weekday and weekend discounts, giving busy golfers a chance to enjoy the game without having to take off work or convert the neighbor’s sandbox into a convenient practice bunker. All discounts remain valid throughout both the 2014 and 2015 seasons.

10214 Chestnut Plaza Drive
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

Eyes by India first opened its doors in Indiana to provide threading as an alternative to waxing. Threading is more precise than waxing and causes less pain, redness, and burning when removing unwanted fuzz. Now with nine locations in two states, Eyes by India’s staff of specialist completes more than 100 hours of training in threading and service etiquette before applying those skills to patrons’ faces at work and image-conscious teddy bears at home.

During appointments, cotton thread twists over hair, tweaking hair- and brow lines or removing all traces of fuzz on the neck, chin, or upper lip.

208 E Pettit Ave
Ft Wayne,
IN
US

No matter their age or chosen discipline of dance, students can practice and learn their art at K. Monique's Studio of Dance. Instructors lead classes in a variety of styles, including jazz, lyrical and modern dance, hip-hop, ballet, and tap. Instructors also lead a number of fitness and health conscious classes, which range from Zumba to Pilates, Piloxing crossover classes that fuse Pilates and boxing, and boot camps that help burn calories with interval training drills.

6105 W Jefferson Blvd
Fort Wayne,
IN
US

The theater is part of the artistic arm of the First Presbyterian Church, and auditions for the troupe's roughly six annual plays are open to anyone. An art gallery doubles as the lobby for this 300-seat auditorium, which regularly hosts well-known ensembles, including past acts The King's Singers and saxophonist Ashu.

300 W Wayne St
Fort Wayne,
IN
US