Flags A’ Flying is a family owned business which has expanded the business to better meet the needs of not only commercial customers but also residential customers. With two retail stores and an online store - we can assist customers from anywhere within the US as well as abroad!
Covenant Art Glass' talented and friendly staff helps patrons turn empty wine bottles into multipurpose pieces of art. Armed with an emptied, cleaned, and dried wine bottle brought from home, approximately 20 students at a time can work with teachers to slump bottles into cheese trays during the one-hour workshop. Students leave bottles behind after the class session, and skilled staff sends them on a transformative trip to the kiln, which leaves them ready for pickup the week following the class. Along with making a functional and non-explosive homemade gift, finished slumped bottles come with a complimentary stainless steel cheese-spreader. With the purchase of this Groupon, customers also receive a 20% discount on stained-glass classes.
The design team at Lila's Scrapbooking conjures up artful strategies for preserving memorabilia, and transmits their techniques unto aspiring artists. Students burn creative fuels to produce eight cards using store-provided materials while learning a variety of decorative skills. Help homely pulp blossom into blooming paper flowers, or add impish sparkle to a card with a misting of pixie dust. Wet and dry embossing are sure to impress, and stamping allows artists to leave their mark without making incriminating fingerprints. Alcohol inks are on hand to imbue paper with the look of stained glass, and other techniques in Lila's arsenal include cutting and paper piecing. Class sizes are capped at 12 students, so each artisan can peep the step-by-step instructions and receive personalized feedback.
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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The dream of every 1950s businessman was to finish a long day with a robe and a pair of slippers delivered by a dog with scientifically engineered hyperintelligence. Though the lab experiments of that era resulted in some B-movie disasters, clients can still opt for the ideal level of comfort when visiting Body Spa.
Before each service, the staff welcomes clients to slip into a complimentary pair of slippers and a robe. Then they can kick back with coffee or tea in the relaxation room. From there, the Body Spa team performs massages in modalities such as deep tissue, hot stone, and Swedish, as well as massages for pregnant women and couples. They also customize spa facials to clear acne bacteria, nourish skin, stimulate collagen production, or repair men's faces from shaving damage. Clients may bookend their relaxing visits by concluding each service with a visit to the alpine sauna.
Located on Paine Field, Historic Flight at Kilo 7 narrows its sight on a particularly important segment of aviation history: 1927 to 1957, or the period between Charles Lindbergh's solo crossing of the Atlantic and the first test flight of the Boeing 707. The museum offers a glimpse into the three decades in between, housing a collection of restored birds such as a 1939 Waco UPF-7 biplane and a 1942 P-51B Mustang that saw action in World War II. Visitors can inspect each fully functional aircraft up close inside the museum hangar, possibly even witnessing new projects in mid-restoration or—if it's a designated "fly day"—recent completions taking off from the runway outside. Videos, pictures, and other multimedia accompany each flying relic, helping observers form a well rounded appreciation for the eras in which they flew.