Between them, instructors David Koehn and Mike Barnes boast more than 50 years of flying experience. Drawing upon that know-how, they teach students during ground school lessons as well as flight training in aircrafts and FAA approved flight simulators.
From its expansive, exercise-equipment-stocked warehouse, Dynamic Sports Development is a sports performance facility that rallies patrons to improve their strength, speed, explosiveness through training corporal and intellectual epicenters. Members of DSD’s populace flip tractor tires, swing kettlebells, and yodel through pull-ups while enmeshed in tow chains. Open for both men and women, results vary from ripped muscles and turbocharged athletic performance to ramped self-confidence and total Red Rover domination. Proficient, certified strength coaches, many of whom are accomplished athletes, devise and conduct up to two transmogrification sessions per week, rewarding dedicated burn-feelers with the fortitude of a draft horse and the single-minded determination of the itsy-bitsy spider. Class times vary, with both morning and afternoon times available.
This will be the most fun you've had in a long time! Painting with friends, sipping on spirits, and just having a great time! Our artist will guide you step-by-step in creating your own masterpiece - no previous art experience necessary. Our sessions last about 3 hours and at the end you will have a hand-painted-by-you 16 x
Offering a memorably relaxing respite from buzzing boulevards, Dreamcatcher Carriage allows customers to enjoy the sound of clattering hooves while being ferried through the scenic Woodward Park. Recline in a historical hot rod during the one-hour ride while weaving through 45 acres of the Tulsa Garden Center. Interdigitating couples can nibble on complimentary chocolates while the driver takes the reigns to guide majestic percheron draft horses as they pedal a tandem bike to pull the carriage. Customers are complemented by each ornately adorned white carriage, English- or Western-dressed driver, and well-groomed horses while catching sublime wafts as the carriage passes English herb gardens rife with scented geraniums, sage, mint, and basil plants. Dip eyeballs in views of the terraced Italian rose garden and its 5,000 rose plants of nearly 250 varieties. A honeycombed limestone rock garden snakes through the park and stuns with a sea of 15,000 azaleas at its base, as well as a seemingly infinite number of blossoming rocks.
Friends Hannah Ekblad, Hannah Rogers, Brooke Payne, and Ashley Hamilton shared their disillusionment with the process of planning a modern wedding. Every bridal show they attended was a maze of clichés; the same identical vendors, the same pink cakes, the same hotel convention rooms spruced up feebly with black curtains. Seeking to equip brides who shared some of this dissatisfaction, they combined their own bohemian artistic sensibilities, and Hello Lovely, an indie bridal fair, was born. Deploying handmade personal invitations, they assembled a team of 40 vendors and sponsors based on past experiences and an eye for aesthetic individuality. The team selected only five florists and a comparable number of photographers, paper artists, and caterers, giving attendees time to explore vendors and quiz them on their favorite bridesmaids' speeches. Sun peeks between the rough-hewn wooden slats of the century-old barn at Vive Le Ranch as guests slowly filter into the event. Having held her recent wedding at the site, Hannah Ekblad prizes the restored interior, which blends refinement and a bucolic charm like Mr. Ed trying to read a subway map.
The gently tangled guitar and banjo notes of the Avett Brothers, Bon Iver, and Ingrid Michaelson twist around the rafters as attendees wander hay-covered floors, navigating tables designated with handmade driftwood signs by local calligrapher Victoria Hoke Lane. An area artist from Polypress Letterpress fashions unique invitations on a 1920s letterpress machine, designing each by hand and stamping them with a snowflake’s fingerprint. Edit Noveau's photographer Rustin captures nuptials in the warm colors of highly-exposed 1950s- and 1960s-style photography, and Yellow Bird, Yellow Beard's artisans craft paper garlands—one of which will be donated to an attending bride. Beneath tissue-paper chandeliers, a dessert-sample table groans beneath cakes, cookies, and cupcakes marked with the names of their respective bakers.
Zombies linger in dark corners, lunging out at unsuspecting patrons in masks. This isn’t a horror movie or a nightmare; it’s just another day at Viking Airsoft. An extreme-sports facility inside a 10,000-square-foot warehouse, Viking Airsoft specializes in airsoft games for players of all ages.
During 30- to 60-minute sessions, players dodge obstacles, hunt for food, or try to avoid a conversation with zombies, depending on the game theme. Before games, players suit up with rental masks, ammo, and airsoft guns—which run at a lower power to soften the sting of pellets—as staffers lead training sessions that go over the game rules. The fully air-conditioned space is rearranged every two weeks to keep teams on their toes, just as missions and objectives are regularly changed to ensure that players do not experience déjà vu during games.