Blistering every seat in the house with his scorching wit, actor, comedian, and author Tracy Morgan brings his inimitable act to the historic Fillmore for a charitable night of raucous, adult-only hysterics. Beloved for his roles on Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, and in numerous films, Morgan serves up an obstreperous standup act sure to tickle even the most irascible ribs until they weep with joy. Proving that not all comics have replaced their hearts with whoopie cushions, this special event benefits Rebuilding Together, a nonprofit organization founded by Miami Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano to provide repairs and accessibility accommodations so that military veterans can remain in their own homes.
If Billy Ward looks familiar, it’s not just because he has a friendly, approachable face. In 2010 he dispensed his brand of motivational know-how to nationwide audiences as a finalist on Good Morning America’s Advice Guru segment. After the contest ended, Billy united his private practice with his wife Lia’s to form Ward Counseling, where the pair now helps people find relief from strife in their personal, professional, and married lives. The two tackle adult problems with different yet complementary skills. Billy is a nationally certified life coach and Lia holds certifications as a marriage and family therapist. Both are are also experienced in working with youth.
Chyten's mission is to offer high quality educational services, to develop and implement effective pedagogical instruction in order to maximize tests scores and grades and to make a positive and profound difference in students' lives.
As a Transformational Life Coach, Angela Wilkinson, MA is best known as an authentic and effective coach & consultant for women & entrepreneurs. She is a graduate of Lewis & Clark College with a Masters in Counseling and currently works with clients across the US, helping each become successful in living their best life.
In Kidville's art classes, making a mess isn't just allowed—it's positively encouraged. Smearing, splattering, and dirty hands are the name of the game in My Big Messy Art Class, during which youngsters can express themselves using tactile media such as dough, paint, and last season's fad toys. The center's classes touch on topics beyond art, too, teaching athletic skills and music to kids ages six and younger. To complement the structured enrichment, Kidville also hosts open-play sessions, as well as birthday parties with themes ranging from crafting to dinosaurs.
The massage therapists and aestheticians at Royal Serene House shun noxious odors and synthetic compounds for spa products that are natural and organic. The result is most immediately noticed by the nose, as the fragrance of lime leaf, apricot, and mango body scrubs swirl through the air while their sugars slough off dead skin cells. Mud from the Baltic Sea, seaweed from Norway, and Bohemian black organic fango clay keep facials free of chemicals as they draw out toxins and oils.