Recess Time is a state-licensed drop-in childcare center where experienced providers supervise and entertain children aged 12 months to 12 years. Kids can engage in numerous age-appropriate activities from singing and dancing to reading and participating in Lincoln-Douglass debates while parents run errands and fight crime. Drop-in play dates are available Monday through Saturday, up to one hour before closing time. To ensure each child's safety, Recess Time limits its numbers to a dozen youngsters and 3.2 imaginary friends, keeping play surfaces clean and providing cubbies for miniature hoarders and sleeping mats for tired tykes aged 29 months or younger. All employees are certified in CPR and first aid and receive ongoing training in early childhood development. Recess Time caps each child's visit at five consecutive hours, allowing parents to catch a Disney classics double feature. Check out the helpful parent handbook for a detailed description of the center’s policies.
With six aquatic centers scattered across town, Spokane Parks and Recreation champions summertime fun with well-equipped hydro-havens. With an adult (18 years old or older) or youth (3–17 years old) pass, swimmers can take advantage of unlimited recreational pool access. Most of the aquatic centers boast zero-depth entry for toddlers to safely wet their feet, as well as waterslides, separate lap pools, and the entire cast from Law and Order: Pacific Ocean Unit as lifeguards. Accompanying the maritime merriment, each facility also includes a large deck for lounging outside of the pool as well as adjacent parks and shaded areas for hiding from falling sunbeams.
The Chop Shop stops fast food fastly via fully prepared, homestyle-cooking eats. The Backyard Barbecue Sampler is a compiled package specifically put together for Groupon grillers. This plush parcel of meaty madness includes two choice 6-ounce steaks ($28), three 5-ounce marinated chicken breasts ($18), and three 1/3-pound all-American burgers ($15). Main meals, like superheroes and talk-show hosts, receive a boost from a well-paired sidekick. Establish culinary chemistry with the included 2 pounds of house-made mac ’n’ cheese ($8) and three large house-made potato skins ($6). In all, the sampler serves six to nine people.
The Laundry Room, a new, full-service laundry facility located on the corner of Nevada Street and Lyons Avenue, offers customers and their closets sundry sully-busting modalities. When you redeem today's Groupon, you will receive a pre-loaded $15 card to be used toward whatever on-site fiber-freshening services that you fancy (credit cannot be used toward dry cleaning, because it is sent out). Take control of your cleanup by using The Laundry Room's efficient front-load washers ($1.95 for a double load, takes approximately 14 minutes), and then by de-moisturizing your wet wares in a high-capacity dryer ($1.65 for the 45-pound dryer, takes approximately 30 minutes). If you are too proud to face the grass stains from your humiliating defeat in lawn Twister, take advantage of The Laundry Room's wash-n-fold service ($1.25 per pound, 10-pound minimum), during which a friendly staff member will use high-quality products to make duds feel and look as fresh as if they've just emerged from the cotton womb.
Each member of the landscaping squad at Alliance Grounds Management Inc possesses more than two decades of experience in performing services such as lawn mowing, fertilization, aeration, and pest control. Homeowners can sign their yards up for weekly lawn-mowing visits, each of which includes string-line trimming of all concrete edges and flower beds, or a five-application weed-and-feed program that helps reveal healthy and verdant grass blades. Staff members can also provide pest control, fall-leaf cleanup, and when foul weather wreaks havoc, they can deftly remove piled-up snow to reveal the network of penguin tunnels buried beneath.