Artistic Interiors decks dwellings with a deep selection of Ecocoat paints and quality flooring options and installation. Liven up walls with a new colour that wows visitors into not noticing the rest of the home's clutter areas with a gallon of environmentally benevolent Ecocoat paint ($23.99/gal.) made from recycled paints. The store's decor doctors can also assist homeowners in selecting the right flooring or carpet from a vast selection of name-brand options. Renovate dining-room dance floors with real hardwood ($6.49/sq. ft.), or play a chewy trick on termites with a high-grade laminate flooring option ($3.29/sq. ft.). Customers who prefer shag to shellac can also opt to carpet their abode ($2.55/sq. ft.), and any flooring option can be installed by Artistic Interiors' specialists, who can also demonstrate the most material-sensitive way to perform one-armed push-ups on a new laminate.
Claytopia's spacious studio gives children and adults a place to test their creative chops through the medium of clay painting. A wide variety of blank, premade clay bisques offer myriad canvasses upon which the fevered imaginations of patrons may be projected. Bisque prices range from $1 to $50 per piece, and an hourly fee applies ($6 per hour for adults, $4 per hour for children under 13) to cover unlimited use of all paints, glazes, stencils, stamps, and other instruments of artistic creation, including philosophical advice and painting tips from the talented staff. Possible paintable forms include coffee mugs, plates, picture frames, and Disney figurines. All bisques and paints are food, microwave, and dishwasher safe. After painting and glazing their piece of choice, art makers should allow a week for the bisque to be fired in the kiln and laid off from its part-time job before picking up the newly hardened artistic creation.
Cultured Purl is a quaint outpost for neophyte knitters and stitch-laying veterans, providing customers with the tools, fibers, and positive environment necessary to make sweaters and hats out of naturally occurring circular cat toys. The beginner's class will equip you with basic skein-wrangling skills and tricks, such as how to highlight the portrait of Ronald Reagan that mysteriously appears in every right-plaited stitch series. Head to Cultured Purl to master the yarn and thread basics, or gift this Groupon to a sartorially-minded friend with graceful, needle-ready paws. Classes are scheduled monthly, so check online for the most recent schedule before calling to reserve your spot. Upcoming classes are on January 12, 19, and 26, and meet from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. or 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Later sessions are available on February 2, 9, and 16, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. or 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The walls and racks at Teaching Touches bring order to an enormous collection of activity books, science experiments, teaching tools, and more. Friendly, knowledgeable staff members guide education professionals and parents through a heady maze of bingo games, in which students are introduced to time telling, addition, vowels, and more ($9.99+), before reaching the grove of colossal-size classroom posters, featuring inspirational classics such as Open for learning, Are you making progress?, and You’re doing an interesting job dressing yourself ($15.49 for a combo pack of six). The Mulplication Rock DVD ($19.99) teaches kids math through music, and Games to Go let kids learn anywhere, from road trips to Red Rover breaks ($22.99+). Give nascent imaginations a concrete outlet with PlayFoam, which equips young sculptors with the power to replicate Michelangelo's David or craft unflattering busts of their pediatricians.
the crooked i is a 400 person music venue and bar located in beautiful downtown Erie, PA. We specialize in live; original music by national, regional, and local talent. If you're looking for a place to chill where the music, surroundings, staff, drinks, and people are great...look no further, you are home.
Reflecting on this childhood, Chris Keating sometimes feels as if he didn't exist. His parents' divorce left him with very little tangible evidence of his formative years, so he's spent his adult life as a photographer making sure children can look back fondly at warm family memories. Chris Keating and his Calgary staff have made this a reality for more than 3,000 families since opening the doors to Towne Photography in 2006. There, the professional photographic crew shoots posed and candid shots of families, children, couples, and babies at picturesque parks or against their studio backdrops, and they also snap triumphant graduate portraits, intimate prenatal shots, and provocative passport pics that make border crossing a breeze. Their ironclad guarantee allows unsatisfied clients to request reshoots, reprints, or resizing on all photographs, and they vow to remake or recapture any artwork that sustains damage over the years. Chris also takes his photographic knowledge on the road to conduct Betterphoto Workshops across the United States and Canada, teaching novice photographers how to artistically preserve their most precious memories.