Play-Well Pleasanton gives kid the space to learn using over 500,000 pieces of LEGO™ for kids to build and explore the world of engineering. With over 5,000 square feet devoted to fun and learning, Play-Well Pleasanton is one of the premier engineering educational centers in the East Bay. Come Drop-In and play!
The Ultimate Women's Expo offers women a chance to escape from their lives into a world filled with inspiring talks from keynote speakers, complimentary spa treatments, educational seminars, and more than 600 shopping pavilions. Visitors can also taste wines and creative cocktails, and take home free giveaways.
In the rejuvenation tea garden, surrounded by waterfalls and trees, massage therapists perform complimentary massages, and at the beauty pavilion, aestheticians dole out beauty advice during complimentary facials and makeovers. The cooking theater shows off chefs dicing and flambeing, eager to prove to their parents once and for all that dropping out of law school wasn't a huge mistake. The InStyle stage celebrates fall fashion with a runway show.
Flower Addict decks halls with fragrant flora and blossoming sunshine. Asiatic Lily Pails add a sprinkling of canary yellow to a room ($55), and a Bountiful Blooms arrangement unites fiery gerberas, carnations, and chrysanthemums in the arms of an orange sweetheart vase ($40). Artful herbologists are also happy to consult with the customer regarding a custom arrangement for a special occasion or to simply reflect an individual's unique flower-voice. Add a splash of color to the black and gray backdrop of Thanksgiving, or make November 15th's Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day a sweet-smelling favorite with a variety of the shop's inspired ideas.
The instructors at Kims Academy help grade-school and high-school students perform better in the classroom or on standardized tests. With 20 years of teaching experience, director Stephanie Kim—who also codirects the Scorehigh tutoring facility—professionally trains her team of experts. Working one-on-one or in small groups, the instructors provide students with tools for tackling SAT and ACT tests or improving writing and math skills. They answer tough questions on subjects such as grammar, constructing research papers, and whether it’s possible to learn through osmosis by using a textbook as a pillow.