A member of the Ohio Community Theatre Association, the Pickerington Community Theatre is the community's outlet to watch and partake in all types of live-action comedy and drama. Ticket-wielding theater enthusiasts can enjoy watching talented thespians put on a variety of family-friendly performances. A smile-inducing tale of a wealthy widow whose kindness and generosity pays off in the end, The Curious Savage is sure to warm even the iciest of lionhearts during the merciless month of March. During June, the family-friendly Disney's Aladdin Jr. will tell the classic chronicle of a star-crossed romance between a young man from the streets and the ethereal princess Jasmine, luckily without the dangerous man-sized flapping pages that come with seeing live animation. In September, George M. Cohan's beloved show tunes will come to life in Give My Regards to Broadway, a musical that shows the story of an entrepreneur struggling to open a Broadway show who falls victim to the alluring aura of an aspiring actress. All tickets are subject to availability, so make sure to call ahead and reserve a sitting surface.
In 1984, Bonnie Strother was working as a nurse, and she decided to place her two young children in the most trustworthy care center she could find. However, her search seemed fruitless, with no center meeting her exacting criteria. Rather than give up, she followed her entrepreneurial spirit and founded her own daycare to make a difference in her community. Rainbow Station continues this mission today, providing a quality care option for the community with a curriculum based on molding youth into good citizens.
Rainbow Station's daily activities draw from the Creative Curriculum school of thought, which emphasizes building on children's natural development through an understanding of theory and a mix of playful activities. On any given day, the children may skip and gallop together, play math games, or design arts and crafts based on their favorite vice presidents. In addition to stimulating budding intellects, the lessons teach youth in the infant and toddler, preschool, and school-aged programs how to interact with one another in a respectful and caring way.:m]]
Doctor of Chiropractic Chris Tomshack conquered myriad fields and the skies before pursuing the art of chiropractics. After graduating from college, Tomshack became an officer in the U.S. Air Force, received his MBA, and finally graduated summa cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Calling upon his newly mastered spinal savvy, Tomshack opened his own practice, whose enormous success led to a gradual expansion and eventually became the nationwide network that exists today. At each HealthSource location, teams of licensed chiropractors, massage therapists, and physical trainers work in unison to help provide comprehensive care, restore ailing statures, and lead masterful renditions of the hokey pokey.
The cooks at Zero's Pizza don't take shortcuts when preparing their cheesy pies. That means they knead their dough from scratch, and they'd never think of seasoning garlic butter with dried garlic powder?instead, they use whole cloves of freshly roasted garlic. Their sauce doesn't contain any preservatives or artificial ingredients, like in their custom, three-cheese blend. Pizza isn't their only specialty, though. Diners can also order salads, made with romaine lettuce rather than iceberg, hero sandwiches and indulgent sides, such as beer-battered french fries smothered in bacon, cheddar cheese, and sour cream.
At Body Wrap LA, the details are in the name. That's because the staffers at this body-wrap salon focus purely on its eponymous service, making sure that what they do, they do well. The interior space buzzes with music and the scents of aromatherapy as infrared body wraps swaddle customers for 50-minute sessions. During the treatment, customers lie in cocoons while blissfully awaiting the arrival of new wings. Because a watched wing never boils, flat-screen televisions and free wireless Internet keep minds entertained as bodies transform into svelte versions of their former selves.
Today's deal gets you two months of access to Jazzercise classes at any of the Nashville area's nine locations for $27. This funk-fueled, head-to-toe regimen tightens muscles, boosts energy, and sheds pounds.Duke Ellington: Slept in a coffin which he believed granted him super-strengthCount Basie: Did jumping jacks until his heart exploded every dayCharlie Parker: Ate three raw eggs and four light bulbs for breakfastMiles Davis: A quirk in his recording contract made him legally unable to turn down a push-up contestJohn Coltrane: Built an Olympic-size swimming pool and filled it with angry lions for him to swim-fight