Amy's Nails Bar features manicures, full sets, pedicures. Color options from regular, gel and uv gel. Amy's Nails Bar also offers full service waxing. Walk-ins are welcome, we strive for short wait times. Gift Certificates are available. Customer Loyalty Card features $10 off your 11th service and groups of 5 or more receive a 10% discount. We are open 7 days a week. Our pedicure chairs feature the world's only "Single-Use Disposable Liner" for increased sanitation.
What We Do
We ignite children's passion for the performing arts by introducing them to both the onstage performing and backstage technical aspects of musical theater
A beautiful, newly renovated 137 seat state-of-the-art theatre equipped with raised audience seating, snack bar, music, dance and makeup rooms, scenic and costume shops, cast dressing area, DVD editing suite and craft room.
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Serving breakfast and lunch Monday-Friday 5-230 Saturday and Sunday 5-1130
We Stock It And Install It! Largest Selection Of Porcelain And Ceramic Anywhere, Marble & Granite Fabrication & Installation, Inventory Clearance Specials, Let Our Professional Staff Help You Design - Plan And Complete Your Next Project.
The history of the original Old Colony is one that reaches from Rehoboth to Provincetown, and from Scituate to Dartmouth. It’s as distant as 1639 and as relevant as a moment ago. It is a history that plays like a page-turner, replete with epic battles, brash entrepreneurs, new-for-the-time technologies – and the stuff of everyday life. Things that happened in the Old Colony made the region what it is today and frequently influenced events worldwide.
At the Old Colony History Museum, we’re proud to be the keeper of this history. It is our ongoing mission to be able to bring it to life for the region’s families and children as well as historians of every age. Open year-round, we curate exhibits and offer guided tours, lectures, workshops, field trips and special presentations for school groups. We invite you to join us, to personally experience our collective past in a way unique to our region.
Open Doors began as a small metaphysical book & gift store and learning in 1992, located in Braintree, MA. Founder Richard Lanza, was a practicing psychic, energy healer, and acupuncturist for many years and sought to create a center where individuals could find a safe and comfortable haven to explore non-traditional pathways for personal growth and transformation. The center sold holistic products, as well as offering free energy healing sessions, intuitive readings, drumming circles, and Kundalini yoga classes. In 2002, Open Doors expanded by opening a second center in Brighton, MA.
As Richard developed both a passion and practice for yoga, he opened his first yoga studio, offering heated vinyasa yoga classes. In 2004, Open Doors offered its first yoga teacher training, expanding the practice of yoga and learning, to the mentoring and training of new yoga teachers Upon the graduation of the first yoga class, a second yoga studio was opened. Since then the teacher training has grown as well as the number of studios opened. In 2011 the first Open Doors Yoga franchise was opened. The teacher training program grew to be offered multiple times a year as the number of studios on the greater Boston area grew as well.
Open Doors continues its tradition of providing a rich and varied organization which still provides holistic healing and education, yoga and yoga teacher training. The organization developed a yoga studio franchise program to support the growth of the yoga community enabling others to create the unlimited potential of personal growth with the practice of yoga.
"Free Your Body, Free Your Mind" is not just a motto at Open Doors Yoga Studios-- these six words represent the very essence of the Open Doors Yoga experience, one that for many years has introduced thousands to the practice and lifestyle of yoga.
The Open Doors approach to the practice of yoga is built around health on many levels. We understand that people experience changes throughout their lives and that yoga is one vehicle that can drive change down a positive path. As a source for exercise, stress reduction or a means to reduce negativity and introduce positive energy ~ Free Your Body, Free Your Mind! Open Doors remains a solid organization which continues with the original vision of its founder, established over twenty years ago.
We have been teaching social and competitive ballroom and latin dance, wedding dance, club style dance and country style dance for over 20 years from absolute beginners to advanced dancers, all ages, all abilities,nall lifestyles, couples or singles - No Partner Required.Our students have FUN while learning to dance.
Paris Academyof Ballroom Dancing is dedicated to teaching ballroom dance that is easy and fun. We offer professional dance instruction for weddings, quinceaneras, social occasions, showcases, performances and competitive forms of ballroom dance in American and International Styles. We welcome singles, couples, alternative lifestyles, children, teens and adults for private and group class dance instruction. No partner is necessary.
Private Lessons are available every day of the week at times that fit your busy schedule. Group Classes for Beginners as well as veteran dancers are scheduled on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Visit our Calendar page on our website to find the class for you.
Downtown Taunton is home to several local cultural organizations and hosts a variety of community arts events throughout the year. Check out these great links!
Downtown Taunton arts and cultural programs are supported, in part, by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Adams Arts Program.