Adventure Kids provides a dynamic, clean, and safe space for kids to engage in fun, creative activities under the supervision of qualified staff. Busy parents can make a reservation or drop their young one off to satisfy their last-minute babysitting needs. While parents enjoy some much-deserved me-time, kids can roam the play palace, which is packed with barrels of toys, video-game consoles, and arts and craft supplies for mind stimulation and constructing baroque popsicle-stick busts. Little nostrils will circulate Honeywell-filtered air as they uncover hidden talents on the karaoke stage or meet future maids of honor on the air-hockey field. In addition, the facility contains a movie theater, playhouse area, and large playscape to keep kids active and engaged. The first-aid- and CPR-certified staff lead lively group activities and take care of story-time and the nursery for pre-toddlers.
In Casual Dining's show room, a population of more than 235 barstools crams corners and dangles from ceilings above dinettes demurely arranged into rows. The smiling staff will help customers find four-legged treasures as they navigate this densely populated furniture forest, which includes 24-inch high X-back counter stools ($129), Chapman counter stools ($139/pair), and cross-back counter stools ($129). Casual Dining also purveys plain old dining chairs and altitudinal bar tables that help hosts serve guests of many different heights, from toddlers to extremely tall toddlers whose shoes have been superglued onto stilts. Today's deal can also be used toward custom orders.
With certifications from organizations such as the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission and American Women's Self Defense Association, the coed instructors of InSights Training Center teach unarmed and armed personal-security courses under the direction of Army Ranger and Special Forces veteran Greg Hamilton. The highly-trained staff has trained more than 15,000 students in their civilian courses alone. Topics range from the Women's Basic Handgun Safety & Responsibility to the Unarmed Self Defense class, which explores the evolution of hand-to-hand techniques. Outside of training civilians, the instructors provide specialized training programs for law enforcement and the military.
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Since 1995, Best in Class Education Center's instructors have aided students of all ages—from pre-K tots to high school seniors—in their academic journeys. They calibrate small-group and private math and English lessons that push each student at an individualized pace, helping struggling students catch up to speed or edifying advanced pupils seeking more of a challenge. The tutors give homework assignments for the kids to work on throughout the week, as well as administer weekly tests to assess their progress.
In addition to boosting success in current classes, the staff helps older students ready themselves for post-secondary schooling with SAT prep classes and college admission workshops, which help applicants decide on the right place, craft an impressive personal statement, and shimmy into their dream school's mascot costume before campus visits.
The Tavon Center eases the transition from high school to adulthood for young people with disabilities by providing respite, care, social activities, and vocational-skill development in a specialized day program. The 5-acre center focuses in large part on horticultural activities such as planting in the gardens that stretch across 2,000 square feet and the greenhouse that grows everything from zinnias to artichokes. Clients can also tend to animals, such as goats, chickens, and rabbits, which roam the grounds. Every summer, the staff sells the center's produce and goods at farmers' markets to give clients a sense of pride and accomplishment while raising awareness about the disabilities. In addition to gathering eggs, baking, and painting artworks, the young adults in the program can also develop a network of friends and receive individualized care from The Tavon Center’s staff.