On Friday, September 26, the unmistakable sound of scampering sneakers will herald the arrival of this unique run taking place at Pioneer Park. Participants will follow a path around a lake that cuts through softball and soccer fields. Pioneer Park will be in collaboration with Fiesta Peoria for this event, and after the race participants are invited to enjoy a family-friendly, post-race fiesta with live music and vendors. While awards will be distributed, all runners receive a race t-shirt and one ticket to the Saturday night Fiesta Peoria Concert.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Pro Tip: If not comfortable with large group size classes, we offer private lesson as well.
Since 1977, Davey Jones Fireworks has made the night sky sparkle for festive celebrations of independence, freedom, and minor explosions. After browsing a large enough assortment to replace the sun for months on end, customers can stock up for a summer of aerial shows with fountain-style, artillery shell, and multishot fireworks. A six-pack of Nite Siren Fountains ($12.99) guarantees the success of miniature volcano reproductions, and a 72-count brick of spinning Ground Bloom Flowers ($10.99) makes nature's version seem blasé in comparison. Children can join in the fun with family-favorite assortments such as the Madd Mixx #4 pack, full of sparklers, snappers, and smoke-bellowing apparatuses ($36.99).
Dressing up the traditional sandwich, Subway is a go-to lunch spot in Peoria's Peoria district.
Looking for a restaurant that caters to those with special dietary needs? Look to further at Subway, a local eatery that serves up vegan, low-fat and gluten-free items.
You can also grab your grub to go.
Impress the guests at your next gathering by calling in Subway for catering.
You can enjoy a delicious meal at Subway for a bargain rate, with most tabs there running well under $15 per person.
Subway has menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — just pick your favorite meal and head over.
Bead Bar's bead baristas guide jewelry crafters with a wealth of bauble knowledge, provisioning projects from the amply stocked store. Students can bring their own spirited refreshments to make sessions merrier, journeying past bead-bedazzled walls and cascades of clasps to reach the workshop, where they'll discover the basics of jewelry creation during basic stringing and crimping classes (click here to view the schedule). After pupils choose one of five bracelet kits—which include a clasp, four fire-ball beads, finishing beads, wire, wire guards, and a strand of firepolish beads—instructors model foundational stringing techniques and imbue new crafters with a sense of symmetry and color combinations. Bracelet makers learn how to highlight feature beads and artfully select accent beads, then take an oath to use filler beads only for fighting crimes of bare-wristedness. To bring closure to both classes and adornments, the staff imparts advice on selecting clasps to make sure bracelets can't leave wrists or ankles without asking permission first.