The staff members at Sylvan Learning Center understand that each child learns differently. They design custom lessons based on the results of standardized testing, diagnostic tools, and one-on-one interviews.
Sylvan's instructors work with students from kindergarten through grade 12 to improve their confidence and independence leading to their educational success. Many of Sylvan’s certified teachers work in local schools and have familiarized themselves with common practices, which help them understand how to gear lessons toward optimal results.
At DaVinci Center for Creative Arts, the teachers guide all students through the same curriculum using the Whole Art Approach to give all children their own paths to musical and artistic proficiency. This multidisciplinary approach allows students to learn music at a pace that feels natural to them, while still imparting crucial technical skills such as sight-reading and music theory. Aside from music instruction, the teaching team also offers other ventures. Martial arts teaches students dynamic movements and techniques, while abacus math allows children to develop concentration in mathematics. Ballet, theater, jazz dance, and art are also available, each adhering to the same all-inclusive teaching style.
Now celebrating one year in business, the family-owned A&C AutoWorks continues to welcome rides of all shapes and sizes into its garage for maintenance and detailing services. The shop’s trusted mechanics swiftly complete basic jobs, such as oil and filter changes, and also take on more time-consuming tasks, including complete restoration. Meanwhile, detailing technicians venture to a client’s home, office, or Barbie Dreamhouse to spruce up cars, trucks, motorcycles, and boats inside and out. In deference to Mother Nature, the techs use eco-friendly products and a water-saving reclamation system as they hand wash and dry exteriors. Additionally, the team spoils cars with extraspecial attention, including color sanding, water-spot or scratch removal, and buffing.
It’s possible to tinker with your swing all year long at Driving Force Golf—its 3,500 square foot indoor facility features practice equipment designed to help you hone all facets of your game. Feel free to practice on five hitting bays, an indoor putting green, and a short game practice area. In addition, Driving Force Golf's new golf simulator lets golfers play on 68 world famous courses.
The staff features instructors with PGA- and Titleist Performance Institute certification. Lessons cover a wide-ranging curriculum that includes golf-centric fitness evaluations, swing technique feedback, equipment fitting, course strategy advice, and demonstrations on how to turn a curtain rod into a sandwedge.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Introductory flight lesson
Pro Tip: Wear clothing appropiate for the weather, bring water if it's hot out.
Good for Kids: Yes
What makes your business stand out?
Vector Air is owned and staffed by aviation enthusiast and pilots who are here to make your visit and flying experience unmatched. Our main goal is to deliver the best flying experience possible at the best rate in the safest fleet.
What inspired you or the owner (if that?s not you) to start or run this business?
Jason Hurd learned to fly at the Erie airport when his parents ran the local flight school many years ago. He now operates the top notch maintenance shop and flight school that are Vector Air.
What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer?
The best reaction from an introductory flight was when a father bought his 16 year old daughter a surprise flight lesson. She was nervous but a great sport to go along with the lesson. Within 10 minutes she was having the time of her life. It was a magical flight for her and her father. The best long term reaction from and introductory flight was when a student passed his private pilot check ride. At the end of the practical test the pilot examiner told him that that was the best practical test performance he had seen in a long time.
What?s your favorite part about your job?
As a flight instructor we are able to do what we love for "work".
Ballet Nouveau Colorado enchants dance devotees and ballet beginners alike through innovative productions filled with contemporary choreography, with the Rarities & Oddities show boasting an anything goes approach that’s packed with imaginative concepts. Guest choreographers Alex Ketley and Maurya Kerr, hailing from acclaimed San Francisco dance companies, together with BNC artist Jason Franklin and BNC artistic director Garrett Ammon, showcase a dizzying display of fantastical pageantry and eccentric routines that erase expectations and replace them with wonder, much like a tax-return envelope filled with glitter. Within the ample 600-seat theater at the Performing Arts Complex at Pinnacle Charter School, plié-curious attendees will perch in standard-level seats located comfortably close to the action.