Matteo Baker didn't put ?220? in the name of his fitness center just to help people remember its street address. He did it to remind them of his goal for the center's services: to be ?second to none.? With body-bolstering services that range from personal training to chiropractic care to nutritional counseling, 220 Fitness and Wellness blends conventional gym practices with holistic wellness therapy to forge a multifaceted approach to health. While in one of three studios or out on the beach, guests can get hearts pumping in one of the center's group classes, including boot camp, cycling, and yoga, each of which take place frequently enough to let latecomers find a fun alternate class and early comers join in the previous class's naptime. When workouts are finished, the modern facility's licensed and certified health practitioners work to help guests recover from or prevent injuries with physical therapy, chiropractic care, and massage therapy.
The laundering experts at Orchard Cleaners scour stains and freshen garments using only non-toxic, biodegradable detergents. Safe on most dry-cleanable articles, their wet-cleaning technique employs computer-controlled washers and dryers that gently lave delicate items of clothing. Special tensioning equipment prevents shrinkage and maintains garment shape, ensuring that your paper hat retains its handsome, pointed tip. Sluice coffee stains from a pair of slacks ($2.50+) or a dress shirt ($1.75+), or untarnish a fragile, gauzy dress ($6.75). A freshly laundered two-piece suit perks up your office image without requiring you to bring doughnuts or to fill the water-cooler with diamonds ($8.50).
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A multifarious but rarely nefarious array of local wineries, restaurants, artisans, crafters, and entertainers fortifies the stomping grounds at the Grape Harvest Festival, the oldest fete of its kind in California. But the main attraction is, without a doubt, the myriad buckets of squishy, sweet violet spheres waiting for aspirant tap dancers and resentful vegetable farmers to engage in one of the few remaining traditional grape stomps open to the public. Once you've finished gleefully purpling your heels, you'll get to taste the fermented fruits of local labor and celebrate the Rancho Cucamonga community’s vineyard heritage by sampling sips and nibbles from fine neighboring eateries, with each bite soundtracked by live music and other performances populating the various festival stages. Meanwhile, palates preferring motor oil to wine can salivate over the careful craftsmanship and luscious vroom-vrooms of the fest’s Saturday motorcycle rally and Sunday car show, which showcase a wide sampling of motos, including wine-powered Harleys and the rare ’82 vintage Ford Zinfandel. And with more than 100 arts and crafts options, the artsy-flatulentsy of any age can both make and take home handcrafted treasures.
On the site of the first school in Alta Loma, the Rancho Heritage School continues a tradition of educating local students that began nearly a century ago. Its programs offer curriculum-based learning for students from preschool through second grade. Kids study a full complement of math, science, language-arts, and physical-education courses in classes with no more than 15 students. During the summer, the school transforms into a camp, still retaining a strong focus on education. Weeklong themed camp sessions teach kids about forest creatures, the Olympics, and the local geography on a trip to Mt. Baldy Nature Center.