A Southwest-based company for more than a century, Frazee Paint and its team of manufacturers are well acquainted with the unique climactic conditions of the region. Always pulling from the latest technology, their technicians design each of their paint and coating products to withstand dry heat, sparse rainfall, and showers of chewing tobacco from passing cowboys. Their quality paints, wall-coverings, wood-care products, and painter's tools stock the shelves of more than 125 retail locations throughout California, Arizona, and Nevada, as well as international dealers in Mexico, China, and Guam.
Renovated in 2010, Mission Viejo Country Club is a play palace for singles and family members seeking premier dining, aquatic, fitness, and tennis amusements. A one-month membership grants seekers of the good life a pass to the club's fitness center, which has sleek equipment and scenic golf-course views. Assuage overexerted muscles with a postworkout soak in the pool, Jacuzzi tub, or, when no one is looking, the complimentary array of toiletries in the lounge facilities. Tennis revelers may find love on 55,000 square feet of court space, including eight separate nets lighted for optimal match-point debates. Cool down with a refreshing splash at the Mission Viejo aquatic center or bronze bodies into toasty marshmallows on the club's sundeck. Cap off a refreshing day of fitness with icy-cold beverage at the Mark O'Meara lounge, where a 65-inch television reveals what the world would really look like if everyone wore exorbitantly large knickers.
When not catching a basketball game or ballroom dancing, John Warren Morales is out pursuing his primary passion, photography. With a penchant for dramatic shots, he captures clients' emotions as they pose before breathtaking backdrops of natural scenery or eye-catching architecture. He applies this artful eye to portrait sessions, fashion shoots, commercial photography, and weddings. To add a touch of extra excitement to events such as bar mitzvahs and corporate gatherings, he also offers photo-booth rentals.
From giant slides to weaving obstacle courses, the multi-level play structures inside each Jump 'n Jammin location contain hours worth of entertainment. It's enough to make anyone feel like a kid again—which is good, because Jump 'n Jammin's creators specifically designed their centers for parents to play right alongside children. That means multiple generations can square off with foam ball blasters. Toddlers, meanwhile, can play comfortably in their own area. Some locations even feature a rock climbing wall and a virtual jump-rope machine, just like the one in the short-lived cartoon, Matrix Babies.
The staff at both the Arcadia and Mission Viejo locations host parties and watch kids as part of J-Care. This program lets parents drop off kids for up to four hours, freeing up time for errands and other tasks.
The pristine sheets of ice at Ice Palace’s outpost in Aliso Viejo serve as a well-kept tundra ideal for diversions such as hockey, figure-skating, and public skating sessions. Future NHL stars and misinformed basketball players can both sharpen their stick-handling skills in the facilities' Learn to Play Hockey programs, whereas Learn to Figure Skate sessions teach beginners everything from forward and backward moves to entry-level jumps and spins. Held throughout the week, open skating sessions allow the general public to let loose as couples slip on their skates, hold hands, and fearlessly tie each other's laces.
Like a real jungle, Scooter’s Jungle is full of vibrant colors and potential for adventure; unlike a real jungle, however, most of its attractions are inflatable. Named for its tropical theme, the indoor family-fun center’s inflatables range from gargantuan slides and a zip line to an obstacle course, where kids can build the agility necessary to finally outrun their shadows. For a break from the pillowy structures, kids can play ping-pong and air hockey at the free game tables, or nosh on pizza during private birthday parties.