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At Burlington Paint & Sip, their first priority is to show you a good time, so sit back and relax while noshing on lively spirits, and allow yourself to experience a unique night on the town! At the end of the night, you’ll be blown away with what you’ve created with a little help from their very funny and entertaining artists! … [read more]
There are so many reasons that getting a healthy meal on the table is a challenge, and that challenge is different for each person out there. Sometimes it’s time and energy, sometimes it’s from a lack of inspiration or knowledge, and sometimes it’s access and affordability. Whatever your reason, RCK is here to support you in your journey towards your ideal relationship with food. Their innovative facility works to address as many of these challenges … [read more]
Ziemke Glassblowing Studio is located on scenic Route 100 between Stowe and Waterbury Vermont. It is the working glass studio of glass artist Glenn Ziemke. The Studio features a large gallery showcasing the complete line of Glenn’s colorful and classically inspired art glass. From the observation room, visitors can watch glassblowing in action as each unique piece is created one at a time. … [read more]
Opened in 2016, Monarch and the Milkweed is a staple of the Burlington, Vermont restaurant landscape. Dubbed a “fine diner” by chef owner Andrew LeStourgeon, “Monarch and the Milkweed” is known for its nostalgic comfort food menu, French and American-tradition inspired pastry case, and fiercely creative cocktail menu. The name “Monarch and the Milkweed” is based on the symbiotic relationship that exists between Monarch butterflies and the milkweed plant. Milkweed plants are pollinated by Monarch … [read more]
Foam Brewers was started in 2016 by an eclectic group of industry professionals with a shared appreciation for brewing, science, art, music, and culture. If you would like to get to know more about the individuals behind the brewery, stop on by for a little Foam — they’re there every day of the week. Foam Brewers offers a rotating selection of beers that vary based upon the season and the founders’ current inspiration. The brewery … [read more]
The South Woodstock Country Store is a locally owned and operated business providing wholesome, locally sourced food and goods with a focus on cultivating an inclusive space for people to sit, eat, shop, and enjoy one another’s company. Rooted in a love for the community, creativity, food, and fun, they aim to honor the almost 200 year history of a country store in South Woodstock, Vermont. … [read more]
Joe-n-Throw is a great place to get creative and relax. They’re located within one of North Central WV’s premier coffee shops for a great community experience. Each guest at their class sessions will make a unique piece of pottery. Attend any of their walk-in handbuilding sessions or schedule a private class. Walk-ins occur four days weekly and are open to the public. Closed private sessions may be scheduled any day, any time. In either case, … [read more]
In the heart of downtown Huntington is The Lantern, a neighborhood pub where great drinks, friendly conversation, and an eclectic, gaslight-era atmosphere are always ready to welcome you. Unwind in their exposed brick interior or on their cozy patio, enjoy a craft beer or a refreshing cocktail, and get your game on. With a barcade that includes dart boards, a pool table, Golden Tee, Buck Hunter, pinball, and a fun crowd every night of the … [read more]
The Rose is Jackson Hole’s first and only classically inspired cocktail lounge. With an emphasis on fresh and house made ingredients, quality spirits, and exacting standards of execution, The Rose has an expansive selection of classic and modern cocktails well-suited to every drinker’s interest. Enjoy nightly entertainment in a comfortable but unexpected setting in downtown Jackson Hole. There is no place quite like The Rose. … [read more]
You bring the wine, they’ve got the canvas! Flydragon Design is a paint and sip venue and public art studio located in the heart of Cheyenne, Wyoming. They host a variety of themed painting sessions and creative activities for diverse groups of people in a relaxing yet energetic atmosphere. Their sessions allow you to express your creativity by following a step by step process to create a painting you love. Instructors never critique or judge … [read more]
The Metropolitan Downtown looks to advance the hospitality and entertainment landscape of Cheyenne, WY and its downtown through culinary and cultural offerings. At The Met, the food is a central focus for the restaurant, featuring a classic menu of New American cuisine, but the swanky environment is just as big of a draw. Additionally, the Gallery at The Met offers private dining and event space for groups as small as 10 to events up to … [read more]
Art Haus offers painting, drawing and pottery classes to both children and adults. They also offer specialty art classes like figure drawing, quarterly art workshops, and children’s summer workshops. They’re even open 7 days a week to accommodate your busy schedule. There is no excuse not to unleash your creative side! Join in and find out the benefits of expressing yourself through art! … [read more]
Welcome to Whiskey Street. The name harkens back to Salt Lake history. Before it was changed to Main Street in 1906, this stretch of road had been designated “Whiskey Street” by Brigham Young himself. It was a place where gentiles were able to quench their thirst. Even Mr. Young purchased his spirits from the numerous bars and the liquor store for which the street was named. As legend has it, during the late 1800s, Salt … [read more]
Besides providing the most delicious cakes and baked goods to the Salt Lake Valley, The Baking Hive desires to instill the love of baking in the heart of every adult and child. The Baking Hive offers a one of a kind, hands-on bakery experience that can be enjoyed by all ages: from their Decorating Hive (where kids can drop in to ice, top, and decorate their own cupcakes and cookies), to their Kids’ Baking Classes, … [read more]
Plan a memorable event aboard the family owned and operated Cafe Lafayette Dinner Train. Rolling along the western slopes of the White Mountains, you’ll experience one of the region’s premier destinations majestic scenery and beautifully restored railcars, while sharing in a distinctive culinary experience. You’ll travel at a leisurely pace down and along the Pemigewasset River, through the woods, and return on the same track. Enjoy great service and plated fare highlighting quality seasonal and … [read more]
Tour an elegant mansion. Hike (or ski or snowshoe) past waterfalls. Go horseback riding (or take a sleigh trip). You can do all of this, and more, at Castle in the Clouds, a mountaintop estate with incredible views and a full slate of activities, starting with a tour of the Arts and Crafts-style Lucknow Mansion, where the 1910s and 1920s come alive. The mansion, state-of-the-art in its day, features vacuum and housewide phone systems as … [read more]
Seven Birches Winery is located within the grand new RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain in Lincoln, New Hampshire. They currently produce wines under two Seven Birches labels, “RiverWalk” and “Windy Ridge.” The latter is the label that started it all, at Windy Ridge Orchard, in North Haverhill, NH. Since 2010, they have been producing and selling Windy Ridge wines such as blueberry, apple, and pumpkin wines from fruits grown right on the farm. They have … [read more]
The Canvas Roadshow has been leading painters step by step since 2012 and began doing DIY workshops in 2015. Everyone can get creative in their wood workshops, canvas painting classes, and sea glass art workshops. Their artists make it easy, social, and super exciting. Come with your friends/family or on your own — everyone is always welcome. Join a public event or book a private party. … [read more]
The Foundry offers deliciously balanced dishes, unique cocktails, local micro & craft brews, and an eclectic wine and whiskey list that appeals to all tastes. It’s is the largest certified Farm to Table restaurant in New Hampshire, and with seasonal menu changes, there is always something bold and new to try! Nestled on the Merrimack River, experience beautiful views while enjoying everything The Foundry has to offer in one of their cozy riverside booths, comfortable … [read more]
Neighborhood bar and shuffleboard den in Memphis, TN House-made sausages, fresh bread and signature cocktails! … [read more]
Dabble Studio in downtown Nashville, near the Nashville Sounds stadium in the Germantown neighborhood, is the perfect place for your next outing. They host public cooking classes and paint & sip events there, and it serves as the launching point for many of their food and sightseeing tours offered by van, electric trikke, or bus. Their unique activities are perfect for girls’ night, date night, special occasions, private events, corporate team building! … [read more]
“Look Good. Eat Good” are the words emblazoned on the front windows at the Beauty Shop. This hip and trendy restaurant in the Cooper-Young district of midtown Memphis does both, as it conjures up images of a ‘50s-style beauty shop, formerly Priscilla Presley’s curl-and-dye spot. It’s a camp wonderland where the façade is Jetsons-era Vitrolite, and choice seating is offered beneath hooded Belvedere hair dryers. … [read more]
The area known as the Cosmos is the strangest location in the entire Black Hills. Here, the world is different, topsey turvey, with nothing in its normal position, including yourselves. The laws of nature seem to have gone completely berserk, especially in the mystery house itself. However, to feel the pressure of the area against you is the most unusual feature of all. This is a physical experience you will never forget. … [read more]
This isn’t your average art experience. Feel free to touch the art and take as many photos as you’d like! This park is dog/pet friendly too! Take a tour and stretch your legs. There are even golf carts for those walking-impaired. Plan your visit and create completely unique memories with your family.  Perfect for Social Distancing! … [read more]
Just down from the State Theater in historic Downtown Sioux Falls, M.B. Haskett Delicatessen has been serving Lucia Watson inspired cuisine since 2012. It all began with a simple idea for a restaurant: real food made by real people. This means minimally processed, ingredient-focused food. To this day, Michael Haskett and his staff relish the challenge of creating and experimenting with a new menu each day. That’s how M. B. Haskett continues to realize its … [read more]
While their inspiration is drawn from a traditional German Biergarten, Bayberry is undeniably a modern American beer hall. They endeavor to create a dining experience that is unique in Rhode Island. This includes ­building relationships with brewers and distributors to feature exceptional regionally crafted beer, and curating a contemporary menu that highlights the ingredients of New England. Welcome to the table. Welcome to the family. … [read more]
At HeARTspot, they show people that they don’t need to have “natural ability” to enjoy the benefits of creating. They offer a number of classes for artists looking to improve their current skills taught by a large number of talented artist educators, including the founder Jennifer Gillooly Cahoon. They also support artists through their gallery, gift shop, and art business coaching services. Check out their classes, or drop in for one of HeARTspot’s regular free … [read more]
Huck’s mercantile features our, beers, wines, ready-to-drink cocktails, gift cards & merch in addition to our culinary offerings. Please stay safe and keep yourselves and those around you healthy.   … [read more]
Social Deck + Dining is an American Fusion destination inspired by the Pacific Northwest, where you’ll find thoughtfully sourced and local ingredients, daily brunch, social hour, and a refined dinner menu exuding the mantra “Simple done well.” This family owned neighborhood restaurant, off NW 23rd in the Uptown District of OKC near Plaza District and the Asian District, boasts two outdoor dining decks and a carefully crafted bar menu. Owners Jordan and Jamie Winteroth love … [read more]
Welcome to Barkeep Supply, Oklahoma City’s best kept secret for barwares, bitters, and more. They have become OKC’s premiere place to get everything from barwares, to educational bartending classes, to an after-work cocktail. Find some bitters and you’re not sure what to make with them? Ask your bartender and they can help you create a delightful beverage and send you home with a recipe! … [read more]
Since its founding over 30 years ago, the Myriad Botanical Gardens has been committed to connecting people with plants and the wonders of the natural world. Today, education remains at the heart of everything they do—from hosting nearly one million visitors a year, to strengthening science learning, to inviting others to support sustainable conservation efforts throughout the Oklahoma City community and around the world. … [read more]
The Roundhouse is a neighborhood institution located in the heart of downtown Bismarck, ND, walking distance from the event center, hotels, and a variety of other great local attractions. The Roundhouse serves fresh cocktails, has 16 beers on tap, and offers an open kitchen for food orders. They are also connected to their sister bar The Elbow Room, which offers a sports bar venue all under the same roof. Enjoy great drinks and even better … [read more]
Welcome to QuickDraw Art Studio, where they encourage everyone to be creative, curious, and maybe even a little messy. If you haven’t tapped into your artistic talents, then join them for a brand new experience. They offer canvas and ceramic painting, thrown pottery, and workshops for every medium in-between. This studio is a place for artists of all ages. If you’d like to stop in, they’re located in downtown Williston on Main St. “QuickDraw Art … [read more]
At Kittsona, they strive to provide you with unique pieces, a warm environment, and genuine love. With a curated mix of stylish apparel, locally inspired goods, and contemporary home décor, you will be sure to discover something to delight your senses. Find a chic dress for your night out, pick out the perfect graphic tee or blouse, or relax and rejuvenate in a cozy sweater. Let this charming shop help honor the special occasions in … [read more]
Feeling Artistic? Want to try something new? It’s understandable if you’re feeling a bit nervous and second guessing your creative side, but relax, you’ll love it! Grab a friend, a coworker, a family member, or come enjoy a night away from it all. Pick a class time that works, and a picture that speaks to you, and let your inner artist shine! The team at The Art Bar believes that everyone can be creative. All … [read more]
Original craft cocktails. Punch bowls. Bubbles on tap. What more could you want? The Haymaker is a bar with true community spirit. With original cocktails and classic favorites, you’ll find the kind of easygoing environment you long for after a long day. Come on in and take a load off. … [read more]
The Crafts Center at NC State University,one of six programs comprising Arts NC State, functions as an art school specializing in crafts. The Crafts Center’s mission is to provide hands-on, immersive, life-long learning skills to NC State students, faculty and staff, affiliates, alumni and the general public to support research, enhance critical thinking through creativity, and strengthen personal and professional development. The Crafts Center is a place where creative skill and self-expression are fostered through … [read more]
Tupelo Honey is a revival of Southern food and traditions rooted in the Carolina mountains they call home. Their recipes are simply crafted and made from scratch with responsibly sourced ingredients that bring the best of every season. For over 15 years, they have infused their Southern spirit into every bite. At Tupelo Honey, they create breakfasts, lunches, and suppers that invite you to put on your Sunday’s best and gather around the table for … [read more]
Crafts & Drafts NC is the brainchild and passion project of Virginia George, with the unending support and ‘silent partnership’ of her awesome husband, Jim George. Virginia dreamt of starting her own business one day, and while there were multiple ideas on the table, creating a crafting bar was one of the top contenders in terms of places she thought would be most fulfilling to create and the most enjoyable for others to take part … [read more]
Collected Works is a full-service general bookstore that has served the Santa Fe community for over 40 years. Their large selection includes local travel, Southwest and Native American history, art and architecture books, and all genres of novels, poetry, and children’s books – many by New Mexico authors. They are proud to be the global distributor of Forrest Fenn books. Collected Works is located on the corner of Galisteo & Water Street in downtown Santa … [read more]
Taos Mesa Brewing features 12 distinct house beers on draught at all times. On any given day, you will be able to enjoy light, thirst quenching beers like their Kolsch .45 and Sabor del Sol Pilsner, as well as full bodied, hearty dark beers like their Black Widow Porter or Great Scot! Scottish, or a bright and hoppy IPA. Their 10 barrel all grain infusion mash brewhouse is working overtime to fill their fermenters and … [read more]
Voted one of the “Top Ten Farmers’ Markets” by Sunset Magazine, the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market is one of the oldest, largest, and most successful growers’ markets in the country. Serving more than 150 farmers and producers in 15 Northern New Mexico counties, the Market brings fresh food, education, and fun to the community and promotes small farms and sustainable agriculture in Northern New Mexico. Additionally, unlike most farmers’ markets in the US, the Santa … [read more]
The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, opened to the public in July 1997, eleven years after the death of our namesake artist. A visit to the O’Keeffe Museum offers insight not only into the artist’s paintings, but also her creative process and the light and landscape that inspired her. In addition to the main Museum campus in Santa Fe, the O’Keeffe Museum maintains O’Keeffe’s two homes and studios in northern New Mexico, … [read more]
The Hub Cafe’s approach to food is simple: use the best ingredients that they, as local farmers, have to offer. Owned by Branched Oak Farm, they have the tools to give you the best dining experience you can find in town. The Hub Cafe has passion for their craft, whether it be a finely brewed coffee or a homemade recipe from their top tier chef. Let them make their passion yours. Sourcing from the farmers … [read more]
Big Top is a venue to learn and create in new ways of exercise, dance, and acrobatics. Specifically in the arts of Aerial Performance. Circus Life! Looking for a place to catch the best shows and productions? A place to learn new ways of fitness? Big Top Performance Art Center is a leading Nebraska Circus that has been dazzling audiences with magical productions since 2015. Whether you’re looking to laugh, cry, or for some good … [read more]
St. Kilda is a full-service Australian-style cafe & bakery serving breakfast and lunch. They offer healthy modern dishes, fresh-baked pastries, artisanal coffee drinks featuring Counter Culture Coffee, and a full bar serving cocktails, beer, and wine. … [read more]
The potting bar at Art Terrarium is fully stocked with potting soil (all purpose and succulent soil), pea gravel, charcoal, and top dressing moss and rocks for all your terrarium building and plant potting needs! Create a terrarium, build a succulent arrangement or pot your new plant so it’s home-ready. They’ll provide everything you need, or you can bring in empty planters that need a new plant friend, or your plant that needs to be … [read more]
Rodina offers Midwest Comfort Food to the people of their local community and beyond. Everything served is offered with love from the farmers, the chef, and every industry professional through whose hands it passes. Looking to champion the slow food system, they aim to source local, sustainable, and humanely raised products as much as possible. Practicing the age old tradition of Family Style Service, Rodina encourages the act of sharing. … [read more]
The Garden Table is a local eatery and fresh juicery with two Indianapolis locations.They serve seasonally influenced and locally sourced food and cold pressed juice. Most of all, they believe in simple dishes, made from natural ingredients, grown and harvested by local farmers. … [read more]
Milktooth is a fine diner opened in 2014 by Jonathan Brooks, utilizing the beautiful produce and agriculture of Indiana to serve world inspired breakfast and lunch fare. Milktooth’s mission statement is simple: to provide good food to good people in a good enviornment. … [read more]
Eventide marks the transition between day and night, a time that calls for refreshment and rejuvenation. Eventide Oyster Co. offers a variety of restoratives—they welcome you to join them at any time of day for satisfying food, spirits and good cheer. A revival of the great American oyster bar, Eventide Oyster Co. offers pristine shellfish and a fresh take on classic New England fare—such proximity to the Gulf of Maine provides the sharpest seafood money … [read more]
Escape the crowds of Bar Harbor and explore the spectacular coastline of Acadia National Park. Sail aboard a classic Friendship sloop or a real Maine lobster boat for a private or shared tour of Maine’s most beautiful coastline along Mount Desert Island. Sailing and lobster boat cruises depart several times each day from Southwest Harbor and Northeast Harbor, just 15-20 minutes from Bar Harbor. … [read more]
The special thing about Tandem is that the cafe and roastery are all under one roof. The whole show happens here. The roasting space is open and transparent. As a customer, you can witness the sample roasting and cupping of new coffees; see the pallets of that coffee arrive weeks later; and finally drink that coffee yourself in the cafe. That which you cannot see – all that happens at origin until the coffee reaches … [read more]
50 Local is a bistro style restaurant featuring the best of the area’s resources. Relying on local farms, fisheries and a commitment to the community, this is downtown Kennebunk’s neighborhood establishment. They present an outstanding, approachable menu containing many of the traditional dishes offered in French bistros with an American take, served in a comfortable, elegant, & friendly atmosphere. Executive Chef Tyler Laroche manages their locally sourced kitchen and its ever-changing menu. He has well … [read more]
Salt Water Farm offers cooking classes, including three day workshops. All of their classes are hands-on and take advantage of their beautiful seaside vegetable and herb garden. They emphasize resourcefulness in the kitchen and teach how to cook instinctually, with less of a dependency on recipes, and a readiness to use the day’s harvest. This means instilling confidence in their students, so that they can feed a table of 12 with grace and precision. Their … [read more]
At The Holy Donut, they still hand cut every donut made with only wholesome ingredients. In addition to plenty of fresh Maine potatoes, they include the highest quality dark cocoa powder and 60% dark chocolate chips in all chocolate donuts and glazes, and they color their glazes with only fruit juices or vegetable dyes, no fake chemicals. While they typically sell out, if for some reason they do have leftovers at the end of the … [read more]
The Audubon Project Puffin Visitor Center opened its doors on July 1, 2006 with the support from Audubon, local businesses, and private donors, and it has since become a destination point for out of town visitors and residents. The Center celebrates the success of Project Puffin in bringing puffins and other rare Maine seabirds back to historic nesting islands. Here the public can view puffins and other seabirds in real time through a remarkable video … [read more]
Explore the movement that changed the nation. Discover stories of Mississippians like Medgar Evers, Fannie Lou Hamer and Vernon Dahmer—as well as those who traveled many miles to stand beside them, come what may, in the name of equal rights for all. … [read more]
Lou’s Full-Serv Neighborhood Kitchen is located in the heart of the Historic Belhaven Neighborhood. At its core, Lou’s is a southern inspired restaurant with a casual, vintage industrial atmosphere. They believe that quality ingredients and attentive staff are paramount. Their goal is to prepare each dish with soul and treat every diner as if they were a guest in their home! All food is prepared in-house daily, and the menu utilizes as many local purveyors … [read more]
Established in 2006 by Brenda McConnell and Joy Vogelgesang, Kona Stories features all genres of books. Find the latest hard cover, best seller or an old classic, this bookstore is fully stocked with 10,000 titles. They specialize in Hawaiiana, children’s books, whimsical gifts and greeting cards. Kona Stories even offers a unique consignment program for local, self-published writers who need an opportunity to market their work. … [read more]
Fridays are one of the best times to spend wandering through Hanapepe. With all the galleries open, shops and restaurants bustling, and artists, musicians and vendors of all types lining the main street, it makes for a wonderful night out. Whether on a date or cruising with the family and friends, there’s a little something for everyone in Kauai’s “biggest little town.” Come get a taste of the entrepreneurial spirit that makes Hanapepe unique. Locals … [read more]
Visiting the Hanalei farmers market is a lovely way to immerse yourself in Kauai’s beauty, aloha and abundance. Every Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to noon, a large grassy lawn off Malolo Road is covered with more than 50 stalls. The market is surrounded by majestic peaks, a brilliant sun lights the grass neon green, the cloudless sky is baby blue, and Hawaiian music charms the heart. There are about 25 farmers to the right of … [read more]
Maui Brewing Co. proudly presents island inspired cuisine crafted with the same passion and care as they put into every one of their beers. Fiercely local, they are uncompromising in sourcing the best ingredients from the best sources. In typical Maui style, if you’re a guest in one of their brewpubs or restaurants then you’re a welcomed guest in their home. Enjoy a unique take on Hawaiian comfort food and raise a pint of the … [read more]
Hali‘imaile General Store is Chef Bev Gannon’s original and most acclaimed restaurant featuring eclectic American food with Asian overtones – the essence of modern Hawaii food. Founded in 1988, “The Store” has been a Maui destination for both visitors and locals that appreciate the fresh local ingredients in their island inspired menus. … [read more]
In the Upcountry region of Maui, nestled on the slopes of Haleakala (House of the Sun), is the mystical Ali’i Kula Lavender farm. Relaxation, Rejuvenation and Renewal are all held in this magical place that the spirit calls home! Created by Agricultural Artist and Horticultural Master, Ali’i Chang, AKL’s 13.5-acre farm resides at an elevation of roughly 4000 ft. and is home to approximately 55,000 lavender plants and 25 different varieties of lavender. Olive trees, … [read more]
In June 1882 the British sailing ship ‘Monarch’ brought Arsenio and Amelia DoRego from San Miguel Island, Portugal to Maui, Hawai’i under contract to work the sugar cane fields. Some 33 years later, their grandson Leonard was born. As a young man, Leonard worked at Snowflake Bakery until he founded Leonard’s Bakery in 1952. The bakery prospered. Not long after opening, Leonard’s mother suggested making malasadas for Shrove Tuesday – a Portuguese tradition. Although they … [read more]
Rainbow Drive-In strives to serve iconic local food in a fast, convenient manner while treating their customers, employees, and community as family. They believe in sharing our core values of aloha with all customers through ono local food and exceptional customer service. Established in 1961, the original Rainbow Drive-In is still a family owned and operated business, now with not one, but three locations. Every day, locals and visitors from around the world dine at … [read more]
Have you always wanted to learn how to paint? There’s no time like the present. Bitterroot Sip and Paint offers design classes and open studio time for budding artists who want a quiet place to practice. During classes, enjoy the cash bar provided by the High Horse Saloon: Thursday through Saturday evenings starting at 6pm. Bring the family Wednesdays and Sundays for kid friendly, alcohol-free classes! … [read more]
In 2012, Ben & Krystal Harman opened The Fieldhouse on Minnesota Avenue, a quiet street nestled in downtown Billings. The pair had long dreamt of a restaurant that served simple, yet delicious whole foods grown nearby. As the culture of sustainability has continued to take root, The Fieldhouse’s community has grown. Today locals, travelers, foodies and families alike all to flock the restaurant for special events, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. The Fieldhouse is more … [read more]
Since 1961, more than 150,000 villagers have joined Concordia Language Villages in their mission to inspire courageous global citizens. They are builders of globally minded communities and guides to world fluency. Their cultural immersion programs in the north woods of Minnesota engage participants to develop language proficiency. From pre-K enrichment, day camps and sleepaway camps to programs the entire family can enjoy together, they bring language to life for young learners ages 2 to 18 … [read more]
At Art and Elixir, they believe painting is a process of exploring and learning more about yourself, not just learning about painting techniques. It is also a way to release stress and a source of entertainment. Their goal is to raise appreciation for the arts and provide you with a new form of expression. They have made painting easy by creating beautiful, simple images for each class, breaking down the painting process into easy to … [read more]
Re-established in 2016, Stewart’s is the revival of a long-lasting restaurant in the same spot reaching way back to the 40s. It’s a casual spot serving eclectic American fare with a nod to bistro and diner food. They have a full bar and are open 6 days a week for lunch/brunch and dinner. On top of that, their back room is available for cocktail gatherings and private parties. … [read more]
What thoughts does the Full Moon inspire in you? A unique and poignant or powerful time? A time outside of normal reality? What would Full Moon Creativity be for you? Find out for yourself by attending a class through Full Moon Creative Arts. Creativity is the perfect antidote for our increasingly busy lives. Unleadh your own creativity, and find greater relaxation, renewal, and fulfillment in your day-to-day. … [read more]
Looking for something new, exciting and creative to do? Come Masterpiece Mixers to mix up your own masterpiece! they’ll supply the canvas, the paint and the brushes, and their professional and fun teachers will guide you step-by-step in creating your own piece of art that you take home at the end of the event. All you need to bring is your friends (or come alone and make new ones). They provide the beverages for purchase … [read more]
At Magpie 3×3, their vision is to develop a “clay center” in Louisville. They are growing the local clay community by introducing children and adults to clay and providing opportunities for ceramic artists to expand their experience and skills incrementally. They foster emerging artists by providing resources such as studio space, kiln access and teaching opportunities. Completing the circle, they connect ceramicists to art collectors and pottery lovers through their gallery – brick and mortar … [read more]
Porch’s name comes from the cultural significance that the iconic American porch holds — acting as the neighborhood’s living room, a place that connects individuals to the community. Serving comfort food and a down-to-earthc soulful experience, Porch Kitchen & Bar in downtown Louisville gives off a spirited energy that is truly magnetic, drawing people in. Swing on by, come for the comfort but stay for the conversation. … [read more]
West Main Crafting Co. is a nineteenth century-inspired craft cocktail bar located in downtown Lexington, KY. They craft their own sodas, syrups, cordials, tonics, tinctures, infusions, perfumes, and bitters, in order to provide the most exciting drinking experience possible, whether you’re enjoying authentic classics or inventive new cocktails. Backing up their cocktail program is their seasonal food menu: a thoughtful, Kentucky Proud exploration of fresh and regional produce, with shareable plates as well as entrees … [read more]
Suspend is one of Louisville’s first movement studios dedicated exclusively to aerial arts and cirque fitness. They offer classes such as aerial yoga, aerial silks, aerial hoop, rope, static trapeze, etc. Classes are designed to improve strength, flexibility, focus, balance, and poise in a playful and inspiring atmosphere, which encourages health and community. … [read more]
In November 1991 Todd Rippo began what he would today describe as a selfish endeavor. Essentially, he created a place where he would want to hang out. Java has a hand-crafted bakery menu (most of the recipes from Todd’s sister Annie) and breakfast and lunch menus that echo his southern California roots. In line with his original vision Java uses fresh roasted, fair trade, and relationship coffees and serves it all in an inviting, rock … [read more]
Palette was founded with the hope to bring people together through art. The founder, Larissa, believes that there is an artist in each of us, and she wanted to build a creative outlet for the community, and present fun and new ways for people to create art together. The current owner, Glenys, hopes to continue Larissa’s vision. Glenys also believes that we are all artists, and strives to show the community that art is not … [read more]
La Fia is an intimate bistro located on historic Market Street in Wilmington, Delaware. Owner Chef Bryan Sikora prepares inventive, seasonal fare with a focus on local and sustainable ingredients. The diverse menu at La Fia allows diners to enjoy a light meal of small plates and small courses as well as rustic entrees. La Fia has over 20 wines by the glass, craft beer, and seasonally inspired craft cocktails. Everything is made in house … [read more]
For more than 38 years, the Center for the Creative Arts has been a community art center with visual and performing arts for all ages. Their mission is to provide high quality visual and performing arts opportunities; programs, events and exhibitions designed to nurture the creative spirit in people of all ages and abilities. Explore drawing, painting, sculpture, pottery, fused glass, mosaics, stained glass, mixed media, theater, music, dance and much more to find what’s … [read more]
The Food Market focuses on approachable, serious comfort food, in a smartly designed industrial-modern space. Award-winning Chef Chad Gauss’ value-driven menu offers our guests a complete dining experience, by combining recognizable ingredients with unparalleled technique. … [read more]
Welcome to Bliss, Wichita’s home for high-energy fun and total-body health. They aren’t your typical fitness solution. At Bliss, you will push your body, your mind, and your imagination as you challenge yourself and your friends up our 40-foot walls. Whether you have never climbed before or are an experienced pro, you will find routes that both challenge and reward you. Bliss exists to help individuals live full lives through adventure, fitness, mindset, community, nutrition, … [read more]
In 1975, a group of Lawrencians inspired by the belief that the arts are for everyone came together around an idea: to create a place where people from all over Lawrence could experience the best in arts programming. Working in partnership with the City, they launched the Lawrence Arts Center in the historic Carnegie Library Building. Starting with art classes and a gallery, the Lawrence Arts Center grew to become a creative hub for this … [read more]
New Pink Order’s mission is to support the connection to your higher power (whatever that may look like) through creative, performing and healing arts. This is accomplilshed through services, recreational activities and peer reflection. May PINK remind you of health and unconditional love of oneself and others. Pink represents friendship, affection, harmony, inner peace, and approachability.​ … [read more]
For daredevils and dreamers of all ages, come rediscover the spectacle of the death-defying Evel Knievel show, now open and flying sky-high in Topeka, Kansas. Witness the incredible collection of the physics-defying bikes that launched the legend. See his iconic 1974 Mack Truck & Trailer “Big Red.” Examine the star-spangled helmets (battered, and beaten and beautiful) that undoubtedly saved Evel’s uninsurable life more than once. Listen to the eye-widening, imagination-sparking, and the doesn’t-seem-possible stories that … [read more]
As the premier paint and sip studios in Washington, Canvas classes give you a chance to relax in a social, group setting, as an artist guides you through replicating the session’s featured painting step by step. Whether you are an aspiring Van Gogh or just looking to explore your creative side, you are sure to go home with a painting that is uniquely yours. Each painter is provided with a pre-stretched canvas, paint, and a … [read more]
Barrister Winery began with two lawyers… Greg Lipsker and Michael White were vacationing with their families in British Columbia. En route, they stopped in a local shop to buy wine and walked out with a five-gallon Zinfandel wine making kit. Five gallons turned into fifty gallons, which then turned into crushing 1½ tons of grapes in Greg’s garage in 2000. As Barrister grew, so did the accolades. Vintage after vintage won awards, including “Best of … [read more]
As a locally owned business, Luna is committed to supporting their local food community, specifically Casa Cano Farms, Spokane Family Farms, KJ Pottery, Culture Bread Milling, Doma and Spiceologist to provide you with fresh, seasonally inspired food. They bake fresh organic artisan bread daily and include it as table bread with each meal. Luna is also available for private parties of many sizes and occasions. Their dedicated team is ready to assist you in carefully … [read more]
Founded in 1966 as a nonprofit arts organization, Pottery Northwest is a longtime and vibrant source of programming in the Seattle arts community. Artists from around the world come to Pottery Northwest in the spirit of artistic dialogue and as a formative step in their professional careers. Located at Seattle Center, we feature world-class professional artist residencies, exhibitions featuring traditional and contemporary work, community classes, and an engaging lecture series. … [read more]
Juicebox believes in dynamic culinary skills and displays a real-world approach to food and juice that’s uncomplicated: simple composition, colorful focus, bright flavors, powerful results. After all, life is about vitality and balance, not diets and deprivation. Never compromising taste for nutrients, They’re is redefining what it means to choose health. … [read more]