Located on Railroad Square in Santa Rosa, OldTown Furniture and Furniture Depot outfit homes and businesses with classic pieces of high-quality bedroom, dining, and living-room furniture. True to its name, OldTown Furniture epitomizes a simpler, bygone age: it's a family business passed down from generation to generation, with handmade solid-wood furniture and no fully automated robot sales staff. Patrons marvel at traditional handiwork in Amish furniture such as cherry or oak tables and chairs and admire the functional, handsome construction of American-made entertainment centers and office furnishings. Vintage signs brighten up dens and offices, and bedroom sets from collections such as Americana and Edwardian grace chambers with elegance.
Understanding that each child learns differently, the staff members of Sylvan Learning Center’s numerous study centers design custom lesson programs. Based on the results of standardized testing, diagnostic tools, and one-on-one interviews, the staff works with students to help them to firmly grasp basic skills such as reading, writing, math, and how to remember facts without tattooing them to their chest. Programs target students in kindergarten through grade 12 and mold to various learning styles, helping kids to feel more comfortable in the classroom. After-school or summer classes can ready high-school students for the rigors of the ACT or the SAT, or they can help students to wow college admissions officers with their superior writing skills, exemplary test scores, and willingness to arm-wrestle the school mascot.
Obedience training for puppies and older dogs alike. We help dog owners to understand the psychology behind training and provide them with the tools needed to transform their overly-enthusiastic slightly mis-guided canine into a calm well behaved member of the pack.
Piano Fuerte Cigar Lounge summons smoky satisfaction from its large selection of imported and domestic cigars, including brands such as Rocky Patel, Arturo Fuente, Joya De Nicaragua, and 601. For Grouchos and Grants seeking custom blends, Piano Fuerte offers up its private label, PF brand cigars, with the smokes hand-rolled by a Miami cigarsmith. PF cigar blends include the Sonata Toro ($5), the Bravo Torpedo ($6), and the Liga Reserve Robusto ($7.50). In addition to cigars, Piano Fuerte also stocks a bevy of smoking accessories. Threaten scarecrows with a Xikar Executive lighter ($24.99), double up flame potential with a Tiger dual-torch lighter ($19.99), or prepare for cooking the world’s largest s’more with the Tiger triple-torch lighter ($24.99). Cuban Crafters humidors ($20–$130) are also available.
Husband-and-wife team Ryan and Angie Bates man the shutters at Ryan Bates Photography, where Ryan draws on 15 years of experience as he snaps images that bring out individual personalities and family dynamics in every shot. Professional lighting shines down on subjects as they say cheese, eat cheese, or impersonate cheese in the boutique studio, and the natural light of the outdoors illuminates on-location shoots held amid trees or at the shore. Captures of candid smiles, playful interactions, and motion shots celebrate timeless family moments, and senior-portrait sessions—viewable afterward on a private online gallery—yield prints worthy of relatives' mantels or wallets. Ryan also occasionally leads basic to advanced workshops, where pupils learn to manipulate their own DSLR cameras with coy winks and promises of mink-lined camera cases.
Battle Recon Mobile Laser Tag
For indoor and outdoor battles alike, Battle Recon Mobile Laser Tag's specialists erect customizable fields for up to 12 hours of laser warfare. They dot fields with barrels and inflatable bunkers, then supply novice players with game-play instructions and 2.2-pound handheld taggers. Then they venture off, leaving soldiers to grip their military spec stocks, aim their red-dot scopes, and zap one another’s head sensors. Afterward, resurrected armies can cool down with a 60-minute round of water tag, during which guests soak each other with quick-fill water blasters. After the pyew-pyewing has died down, specialists return in a flash of light to swiftly disassemble the field.