A Teleflora affiliate, Stephanie’s Garden of Eden supplies flower power for weddings and other special occasions, and delivers fresh blooms and arrangements on behalf of thoughtful everyday gift-givers. Customers can use today’s deal to pick up a centerpiece-appropriate passionate purple tulips bouquet ($39.95+) or a How Sweet It Is bouquet ($34.95+). A white tie boutonniere ($19.95) or orchid wristlet ($29.95) snazz up formal occasions, and a Bee Well bouquet ($49.95) cheers up sick pals. Customers may use today’s Groupon to cover the local Stark County delivery fee of $10.
Occupying 45,000 square feet, Adventure Landings encourages youngsters to expend excess energy during open-play sessions, birthday parties, or other special events. Kids and their parents can ricochet across five inflatables, including an outer-space-themed bounce house and an obstacle course, or whizz down a floor-to-ceiling side in the gymnasium. They can also strap into a safety harness and scale the climbing wall, which rewards strategic planning and amateur-yodeling attempts. A toddler play area caters to younger tykes, and an on-site cafe helps keep kids' energy meters fully charged.
In addition to selling, renting, and servicing an orchestral array of new and preplayed instruments at their showroom, Pellegrino Music Center’s tunesmiths tutor musical apprentices with instrumental instruction taught through the Pellegrino Fine Arts Academy. During 30-minute lessons at the center’s adjacent teaching facility, instructors skilled in instrumental varieties from voice to strings and horns to percussion walk students through one-on-one tutorials, preempting the risk of cluttered classrooms or dueling banjos. First-time students learn music-making basics like where to strum, when to change keys, and how to tell if a saxophone is about to molt, and strings relax and horns exhale under the deft control of experienced pupils in intermediate and advanced lessons tailored to their training level.