When you are on the hunt for something fun to do this weekend, head to Checkers Out Speedway in Johnstown.
Want to brush up on your go-kart skills? Practice driving at Checkers Out Speedway where you can quickly (and safely) glide through the track.
Drivers can make use of the parking lots near Checkers Out Speedway.
If you're looking to spice up your weekends, give Checkers Out Speedway a call today.
Around and around and around they go! Spend an afternoon and night of excitement at the racetrack at St Johnsville's Caroga Creek Raceway.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
I have a Ph.D. in Education and have been teaching for 25 years. I teach music theory, composition, Jazz, classical, popular, saxophone, composition, flute, clarinet, piano, violin, trumpet, trombone, french horn, tuba, baritone, oboe, songwriting, recording, children's music.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
Please bring all of your materials to your first lesson. I can assess where you are and what materials you will need to purchase to get you there. I teach all ages: 3 to 103! I am a member of the MTAC and
teach all levels - beginners to professionals!
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
While getting my Master's degree, I went to the career center. I took a personality test that said I was very similar to a teacher. So I continued being a teacher and never stopped. I am interested in seeing YOU be successful!
What do you love most about your job?
I love seeing students get better and better. I especially like teaching
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Stephanie King-Myers and Nancy Bigley founded Bottle & Bottega as a fun, artistic space where guests could, as King-Myers phrases it on their website, “feel like they’re having a party in their living room.” Established in 2009, the guided painting emporium has already expanded to seven main locations in three states that offer private and corporate events alike.
Lynette Martin helms the Evanston branch, which extends from Rogers Park to Northbook. After years of dabbling in styles of art that ranged from pottery to ballet, she swan-dived fully into her creative leanings and left the corporate world to launch a Bottle & Bottega franchise. Lynette, along with a slate of local artists, encourages participants of any artistic level to unleash their creativity onto the canvas, creating their own versions of famous paintings that they can hang in their living rooms or over their bathroom mirrors in an attempt to be famous themselves.
At each Art & Elixir painting event, artists of all skill levels, especially beginners are welcome to explore their creative sides. Instructors guide participants through each event allowing up-and-coming artists their own “intentional composition decisions.” During events, the owners–who are skilled artists themselves–give students step-by-step instructions on how to recreate the evening’s featured painting. But it’s up to the artist to decide how to interpret that work. Using paints, brushes, aprons, canvases, and easels provided by Art & Elixir, guests can paint fields of lavender with bright red acrylic paint. The only rule during these casual two–three hour sessions is that painters (aged 15 and older) enjoy themselves. Events take place at venues such as Lone Oak Grill and Gold Nugget Tavern & Grille, where guests can snack on food and drinks available for purchase.