A full-service salon that has been gussying up hair and nails for more than 30 years, Impressions of Mayville pampers and beautifies clients in its 10-chair, modern salon space. Men, women, and children can trim their hair without having to stick it in a ceiling fan thanks to a team of talented stylists. The facility also has a private treatment area for spa services such as waxing, whereas two comfortable pedicure stations sit at the ready for indulgent nail treatments. In addition to its standard salon treatments, Impressions offers unique services that include tanning, ear candling, and ear piercing.
Opened in 2008 by experienced doctors Richard and Angela Olson, Olson Eye Care offers top-notch customer service and a wide selection of stylish frames at its Madison and Waupun locations. Olson’s shelves are fully stocked with high-quality products from Nike, Gucci, and other designer brands, plus the original monocle worn by the Monopoly guy. The friendly opticians treat both children and adults, performing eye exams, LASIK consultations, and contact fittings.
Sublime Saddlebreds trains horse and rider to perform as a team. It starts with young colts and builds them into show horses. Once they're ready, horses can work with their human companions, learning how to strut and jump for competition. Introductory classes cater to students hoping to learn the basics of horsemanship.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 11?25 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Invisalign, implants, crowns, cleanings
Brands Used: Invisalign Align Technology, CEREC Crowns, Zoom!, Sonicare
What is one of your signature services? How is it performed?
We value our patients? time and do same-day dentistry whenever possible. We perform crown procedures, start to finish, in office the same day. We have an in-office lab for partial and denture adjustments and repairs. We provide many cosmetic procedures, including Invisalign [and] Zoom! whitening. We now have the ability to take a 3-D image/CT scan for more complete diagnosis.
What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?
We do a candy buy-back for the troops every Halloween. We have a mascot, Pearl E. White.
What steps do you take to make your clients feel at ease?
With each new patient visit, we give a tour of our office so that patients know where everything is. Every patient is offered a healthy snack, fresh-brewed Keurig coffee, or water. We do a complimentary benefits check to evaluate a patient's insurance eligibility. In the treatment rooms, we have a 'Comfort Care' list, allowing patients to select different comfort items, such as a blanket, music, neck pillow, etc.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We offer a dental-savings plan for our patients without dental insurance, making treatment more affordable. We are happy to work with patients to set up comfortable monthly payment arrangements.
The Minnesota Saddlebred Horse Association unites stables across the state, showcasing the diversity of the american saddlebred, as well as training future equestrians with individually tailored riding lessons. After arriving in long pants and sturdy, low-heel shoes, riders don helmets as instructors commence half-hour equine adventures to acquaint students with an agreeable saddlebred, whose manner and relaxed gait are perfect for human accompaniment and a marked advantage in "act casual" situations. The average lesson covers mounting and dismounting, walking and trotting, rein control, and how to properly engage with the horse. In addition, riders will spend time learning how horses think and react in common situations. The MSHA's participating stables open on evenings and weekends for man-to-beast interactions after school or work; customers should note that Lear Stables in Hastings is not heated.
Elegant chandeliers and wall sconces cast buttery light on homemade soups, garden-fresh salads, and seasonal risottos. Red and blue high-backed chairs and crisp white tablecloths congregate in the dining room, paying homage to the stars and stripes draped down the back wall. The restaurant is America––both in name, and in concept.
Here, Chef Eddie highlights heartland staples of steak, white fish, and ribs accentuated with produce procured from local suppliers such as Fraser farms, with its bounty of organically raised fruits, veggies, and vine-ripened measuring cups. His farm-fresh delicacies unite with suggested wine pairings from the drink menu, which also spotlights specialty cocktails blended with fresh herbs, fruit, and even ice cream. What's more, diners can sip these potables on a spacious outdoor patio peppered with blue umbrellas.