Kids bounce off the walls of inflatable bouncers, cascade down air-filled slides, and squirm through plush obstacle courses at Pump It Up's indoor playground. Designed with safety in mind, this staff-supervised funhouse excites children's imaginations while they burn off extra energy at open jump.
Also designed as a party venue, the interactive party experiences involve interactive themes such as Pirate Quest and Superhero Training Camp, which challenges kids to decode secret messages as they listen to an adventuresome soundtrack. To fuel parties, parents can purchase pop, pizza, and cake, alongside balloons and goodie bags. Strengthening both imagination and body, Pump It Up also offers Jump-N-Art summer camps, where kids replicate Picasso's creative process of painting, then getting dizzy in an inflatable mansion.
The Perfect Pair offers stylish gifts and stationery for all occasions in a quirky, chic boutique. The friendly staff assists customers in creating custom-designed invitations and notifications or in finding a great party favor or thank-you trinket for events of any size and theme. Scribes can choose from designers such as William Arthur, Crane's, and Lilly Pulitzer, and then opt for handy services such as personal monogramming. Should crafts call for calligraphy, designers can select from a variety of brands and font styles after consulting the octopus wrangler for ink colors. A personal-shopper service is also available to help patrons long on generosity but short on ideas. Just contact the store, provide information about the recipient, and rest assured that expert shopper elves will select a unique present suitable for birthdays, corporate events, or Thursdays.
The “You Wash” service gives you all the self-washing tools you need to cleanse a canine coat. It includes you choice of shampoo, creme rinse, combs, brushes, towels, use of warm-air dryer, and an all-natural finishing spritzer. The typical canine has excessive mouth slobber, toenail gunks, drain-clogging hair, and a waggy tail that knock all upright things disupright every time you wrestle it into the kiddy pool, Jacuzzi tub, or fine porcelain bathtub, making it hard to give a dog a bath. A dog, when left to his or her own devices, will work up an unconscionable stench, often by rolling in the unconscionable stench which he or she encounters in his or her daily stinkromp. Baths are vital for these cuddlesome critters, and with no purchase limit on today's deal, you can challenge your dog to dirtify itself as often as it likes.
Medi-Weightloss Clinics has helped thousands of patients across the United States lose a total of 2.2 million pounds with its physician-supervised weight-loss program. Designed by experts in medicine, nutrition, fitness, and education, the program transitions its participants into healthier lifestyles with a three-phase approach, which includes an initial weight-loss phase, a short-term maintenance phase, and a final wellness phase. The clinic's signature patient website provides special tools that allow clients to track their progress, seek out individual counseling, and receive step-by-step care and motivation. After completion of the program, Medi-Weightloss Clinics offers continued support to help participants maintain their svelte physiques for the long haul without preserving themselves in amber.
Shocktober is a fundraising event for Paxton Campus, a nonprofit that provides direct services for people with disabilities and their families. Since its founding in 1922, Paxton Campus has served as a nurturing place for people in need. Rachel Paxton had the dream of turning her home into a welcoming environment for underprivileged families, and it has since sheltered people as a convalescent center, daycare, and orphanage. In the past 90 years, the center has grown into a sizable organization with an onsite preschool, one-on-one academic programs, and ALLY, an advocacy program for people with disabilities. To keep the community involved in its operations, Paxton Campus also runs regular events including yoga groups, seasonal dances, and life skills workshops.
Before modern-day salons, barbershops were a haven for masculine camaraderie with a side of hair services. When Joe Grondin, a master barber of more than 30 years, opened the first Roosters Men's Grooming Center, he worked to recapture that ambiance, but updated the styling techniques. Today, men there revel in a slow-paced atmosphere and contemporary services. Clients sit comfortably during cuts that culminate with aftershave and a dash of powder on the neck and vintage facial shaves, road to recovery facials, complete with a cleansing and hot towels.