When naming their winery, John Sambrook and Geoffrey Webb searched for something more creative than just Prince Edward Winery. Instead, they took inspiration from a different Edward, the Black Prince. The eldest son of Edward III, the Black Prince was an accomplished commander in the Hundred Years' War, but more importantly, he ruled over Bordeaux, a region world-renowned for its wine. More than a decade after finding its namesake, the winery showcases the thriving viticultural landscape of Picton through a diverse selection of wines that, much like a maze-shaped community college, strives to be both complex and accessible. In addition to its eponymous line of award-winning varietals, the sprawling 10-acre Black Prince Winery partners with six vineyards in Prince Edward County to showcase other wines rich with regional character.
Jazzercise Kingston's energetic instructors help their students get into shape with fun, engaging exercise routines. As its name implies, Jazzercise blends the cardio and resistance training of aerobics with the dance moves and wiggling hand movements of jazz. Students groove to top 40, funk, rock, and hip-hop hits as they perform 60-minute workouts that may draw on everything from Pilates to kickboxing. Aside from the flagship Jazzercise workout, specialty classes such as Core, Strength60, and Personal Touch target specific muscle groups and fitness goals.
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Within a comfortable environment replete with warm hues, fish tanks, and flat-screen TVs, Dr. Howard Silver leads a friendly crew of mouthbone mechanics in treating a growing patient base to high-quality tooth tune-ups. Launching the office's chomper charge against plaque and tarter buildup is the prophylaxis cleaning, which massages gum ornaments until they shine like the Silver Surfer’s polished kneecaps (an $80 value). During the comprehensive oral examination, a tooth scaler navigates the surfaces of teeth terrain to check for suspicious craters and unidentified enamel (a $65 value). Bitewing x-rays help to tell the full biographical story of each patient’s pie hole, revealing evidence of the past, things to look out for in the future, and pieces of fortune cookie sadly lodged in the present (a $65 value). Finally, an Invisalign consultation (a $75 value) determines whether clients are well suited to the teeth-straightening mouthpieces, which are custom-fit braces as invisible as a Pittsburgh Pirate in October.
Floating slides, trampolines, and wobbling islands transform the waters of Westlake into Westlake Willy Waterpark, where guests of all ages find a cool and fun respite from the summer sun. As visitors approach the beach, eyes move to a staircase that ascends to a platform 25 feet above the water, from which patrons plummet onto a gigantic blob, using their landing impact to launch a friend off of the other end of the pillowy inflatable in a mutually symbiotic relationship equalled only by teeter-tottering during a monsoon. Muscles weary from climbing the 15-foot iceberg slide can rest at the beach, where picnic tables, umbrellas, and grills facilitate picnics for those who brought their own snacks or purchased them at the lodge. Waverunners, pontoons, and fishing boats are available for rent, and the Waterpark sits near camping grounds for those hoping to enjoy a weekend in nature or prove, once and for all, that it is possible to start a bonfire without a flamethrower.
At Bailey's Casual Dining, Chef Scott Brindley creates dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner using local, freshly harvested ingredients. Mornings rely heavily on eggs with three-egg omelets, eggs benedict, and fried-egg sandwiches. Lunch introduces deli sandwiches such as BLTs, tuna melts, and gravy smothered hamburgers side-kicked by hand-cut fries. Dinner satisfies taste buds with bacon-wrapped sea scallops, grilled Atlantic salmon, and baby-back ribs rubbed with sweet pepperberry and drizzled in a maple barbecue sauce.