Los Vientos Equestrian Centre's hooved tenants include school, sale, and lease horses and ponies that delight pleasure riders and regularly win laurels in a variety of equestrian contests. The assembly of in-house instructors includes accomplished coaches such as Eleonore Elstone—a member of Canada's Paralympic dressage team—and Shelley Mills—a horseback specialist who teaches English riding basics to those interested in both competitive and recreational galloping. The spacious facilities offer boarding service for horses seeking proper shelter, with 31 covered stalls equipped to suit nearly every stallion's need. Sheltered turnout paddocks allow steeds to graze, a total of six hay and grain feedings each day provide nourishment, and individual lockers serve as spot for adolescent ponies to store their saddles and hang Paul Anka posters.
In 2007, Cassandra Rush searched in vain for a pair of snazzy, perfectly fitting boots. Her frustration at the lack of suitable options motivated her to draw from her own creative and entrepreneurial background to design her own line of footwear. "That was when I had my 'light bulb moment,'" says Rush, "and I knew then it was what I had to do." Rush's boots combine comfort and high fashion, drawing the appreciation of fellow footwear experts, as well as glamorous celebrities.
Shoppers can ensure a perfect fit with precise measurements of their feet and calves before sliding into a comfy pair of Sassy Cassy's boots. The boutique's selection spans a wide array of styles and colours, from the rustic synthetic suede of a Suzie Q design to the classy metallic leather and shiny buckles of a Cosmos boot.
Cute stuffed animals have the power of making people smile. Brighten someone's day by buying one today.
Get your hardhat on! Pretend to be a construction worker today with your kiddos and start building with a fun set from this Toys 'r' Us Ltd.
What better way to pass the time than with some board puzzles and card games?
Your child will have an amazing time while learning with the help of this fantastic toy.
Your boundaries are unlimited when you are in control of an awesome radio control toy. Take it anywhere you want!
No toy chest is complete without an action figure. Pick up one at this store to make sure you have this for your next play date!
The binocular selection at Toys 'r' Us Ltd will give the ability to see for miles. Pick up a pair today.
Toys 'r' Us Ltd's patrons can find places to park in the area.
With Langley's picturesque countryside as its backdrop, Neck of the Woods Winery concocts red, white, and sparkling wines using grapes grown primarily in the surrounding Fraser Valley. The facility takes advantage of the area's cool climate–which is similar to that of Northern France and Germany–to oversee the entire production process from pressing to bottling. After spending quality time with their maker or a court-appointed barrel, products migrate to store shelves throughout Fraser Valley and Vancouver, or stay right at home in the winery's tasting room. There, visitors pass through daily to sample the varietals, or hang out in the showroom, warmly stocked with rustic casks and a crackling fireplace.
Bisqueware-lined walls and buckets of bright paint await sparks of creativity to bring them into full-colour radiance. At Vikki's Clay Art Studio, artists first select an unfinished piece of pottery or a fused glass project-in-potentia, and then set to work with provided tools, patterns, stencils, and glazes to create their own unique piece. Expert supervision is always on hand as guests decorate pots or piece together cut glass under expert supervision. Once finished, the pieces disappear into the studio's kiln and emerge ready for pickup after about a week. Private parties let crafters socialize over glass or bisque art while testing out ideas for a set of risqué tea saucers on pals first.
A dragon perches on a rock and bares its fangs, desperately wanting to take flight. But it remains chained to the ground. For this snarling beast lacks one important thing: colour. That’s where Paula Harvie comes in. As owner of Club Colour, she opens her studio to 40 people at a time to add pigment to more than 100 available ceramic pieces, from the dragon to cupcake trinket boxes and coffee mugs. Whether using stencils and patterns or following the lead of their sugar-stimulated day dreams, patrons can apply artistic designs to the ceramics using the studio’s stock of non-toxic acrylic and glaze paints. Handy staff members then glaze and fire the projects in a kiln to make them dishwasher and microwave safe.