• A full-service measure-your-feet, take-your-time, get-fit-right SHOE STORE! • A shoe and leather REPAIR SHOP, where craftsmanship comes first • A PEDORTHIC CENTER, where we specialize in fitting and modifying footwear, solving foot-related problems and disorders, and, when appropriate, making custom orthotics and shoes.
Our goal is to biuild a community by helping people get in shape, be safe and at the same time instill the life skills with character development. Upholding important values like courtesy, patience, respect, self control and integrity.
JennaClaire creates well-crafted customized handbags that allow fashionistas' shoulders to sport the style and fabric selection of their creative choice. The extensive array of handbag styles has fabric transporters small enough to tote a tube of lip-gloss or big enough to carry a shoebox full of VHS tapes. The dainty Wrist Candy wristlet ($49) features zipper closure and just enough room for the essentials, and the Baby I'm Yours diaper bag ($135), which has a water-resistant lining, fits diapers, bottles, and a sanity-saving jar of pickles. After zeroing in on a lifestyle-suiting bag style, choose a fabric from dozens of options: dots and paisleys, florals, animal prints, and patterns that reveal a sailboat if you unfocus your eyes. Ready-made items are also available and are displayed on the bottom of each product page.
In 1939, James Clark bought Belmont Pharmacy, where he had worked as store pharmacist. His son, James Clark Jr., followed him into the business, and eventually the enthusiastic, dedicated family began opening additional branches. Today, a third-generation Clark, Tim, oversees the operation of the eight locations.
Each location mingles old-fashioned corner-store friendliness with modern health-care tools. Medical equipment, such as lift chairs and canes, ease home life, as do prescription medications that can be delivered by a friendly staff member. The Huber Heights location also has a compounding pharmacy, in which highly trained workers customize prescriptions to individual needs, combining multiple medications into a single dosage, adding kid-friendly flavors, or carving each pill into the shape of a white blood cell.
This year, Meadow View's maze designers and dungeon masters have designed the eight-acre corn maze in the shape of the city of New Carlisle's Bicentennial and Speedway SuperAmerica logos—though that won't help you much as you gleefully lose yourself in the disorienting twists, turns, and dead-ends at ground level. Along the way, you may encounter figures from the city's past, such as Jesse James, who famously robbed one of his first banks in New Carlisle before giving up thieving and becoming president. Once you've successfully traversed the maze and its litter of minotaurs, you can relax around the campfire in the Kidz Corral, pick up a pumpkin at the pumpkin patch, visit the whimsical Pumpkin House, or take part in the goat walk, among other activities.
The baristas at Dancing Goats Cafe whip up eye-opening espresso drinks using organic beans culled from local roasters. As patrons steep in the café’s artsy ambiance, staffers fuse together coffee and steamed milk to create cups of café au lait ($2–$3.35), easily customizable with more than 20 all-natural flavor options. A house-made chai ($3–$4) embellished by soy milk ($0.50) spurns espresso tampers, along with a mélange of other black and herbal teas ($1.50), including the Ancient Roots tea line, fresh from Athens, Ohio. To wake up from a nap about napping, customers can stick a straw into the café’s Steel Your Face drink, loaded with eight full shots of espresso and temporary confidence in one's ability to lift a sedan. They can then offset excessive caffeine with a vegan muffin in a flavor such as pineapple zucchini or pumpkin praline ($2.75).