We are a full service Christian bookstore that opened in 1987. We carry all of the books, Bibles, gifts and music you would expect to find in a Christian bookstore, we serve the churches with church supplies (candles, bulletins, pastor and choir robes) as well as carry a great deal of material on the Hebrew roots of faith.
With a team of instructors having more than two more decades of experience, Rainbow Vision Stained Glass expands the community of glass workers through small group classes. Students gather within Rainbow Vision Stained Glass’s sprawling Victorian-style headquarters to learn the fundamentals of making stained glass or the more sophisticated techniques necessary for crafting glass boxes, Tiffany-style lampshades, or glass houses for those who have sworn off throwing rocks. The studio also teaches fused-glass skills, which can yield everything from pendants to wine-bottle stoppers.
Anticipating the needs of its pupils, Rainbow Vision Stained Glass peddles everything a glass artist might desire. More than 400 styles and colors of glass gleam within, more than 300 pattern books await crafters in need of inspiration, and soldering irons stand ready to bind creations together.
The QVC tour gives the television-inquisitive a behind-the-scenes look at how the shopping network tests its products and showcases them to millions of viewers. This guided walking tour whisks sightseers through the 58,000-square-foot studio, where they'll be able to watch live-television QVC programs from the observation deck, possibly even catching beloved on-air personalities such as Sandra Bennett, Rick Domeier, and the carpet. Once you've toured the national headquarters and corporate offices at QVC, you'll have a better sense of the tireless work, the top-quality technology, and the wizard-wrought television magic involved in each program.
The retail paradise boasts more than 60 shops, ideal for holiday or normal-day gift bequeathing. Adorn your body with accessories haven Claire's or help culinary crafters expand their cuisine repertoire with house wares from Kitchen Collection. Kids, adults, and three kids in a trench coat standing on one another's shoulders can get outfitted at Old Navy, while merchandise hunters in need of refueling can sate ravenous appetites at TGI Friday's or nibble on pretzels in their gentler form at Auntie Anne's. The outlets also feature a movie theater showcasing 3D screens for those seeking a virtual, textured respite from the onslaught of real textiles. Check out the directory of stores and eateries here.