Pictureframe Products 34 Hamilton Rd, Arlington, MA02474 Pictureframe Products manufactures high quality products for picture framers and various artists. Founded in 1970,…More Pictureframe Products uses specialized digital equipment to provide precise measurements for production. Typical products sold are metal and wood framing, shrink packages and fractional readout machines.
William Fitzmaurice 6r Mount Vernon St, Arlington, MA02476 William Fitzmaurice is an electrical contracting company that has served the greater Boston area since 1938. The…More business provides various services for clients, including circuit and fuse boxes, dryers, stoves, heat and air conditioning, ceiling fans, lights, dimmers, wiring and electrical outlets. Testimonials and pictures of previous work can be found on the Web site.
Play Time Inc. 283 Broadway, Arlington, MA02474 Play Time is a large arts and crafts store filled with whatever your project needs. It carries a wide variety of picture…More frames, paper and fine art supplies. You can also find kits for various projects, including face painting and model building.
Marbella 238 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA02474 Marbella specializes in managing the installation of kitchens and baths. Fully licensed and insured, this company…More handles all types of permits. Marbella also offers a repair service and will install tiles and cabinets. The Web site provides a gallery of before-and-after pictures from previous projects.
Picture Perfect Pets 374A Cambridge Street, Burlington, MA01803 Bette Yip's Picture Perfect Pets at a glance:
1. Puppy Day School (much more than just "daycare."
2. Group & private dog…More training.
3. Pet & Family Portrait Photography
Bette Yip’s dog training school, Picture Perfect Pets, has expanded. The company has moved from Arlington, MA to a 3,600 square foot facility in Burlington, MA where it now offers Puppy Day School (a drop-off training and socialization service for young puppies) in addition to group dog training lessons and pet photography.
People can drop their puppies off at school for the day, or send their pups to school on the Puppy Bus. Dog training instructors will work with canine students on basic training skills as well as socialization to humans and dogs throughout the day. Of course, puppies will also get plenty of carefully supervised play-time with other puppies in a safe, controlled setting.
Puppy Day School is not meant to take the place of group or private lessons during which pet parents learn the steps for training their puppies at home and out in the world. If puppies only go through the training process at school, then they’ll likely only be reliable at school. In order for puppies to generalize (understand that a cue means the same thing no matter where, no matter who asks), they need to be lead through the training steps in a variety of places with a variety of people Learning the basics from professional dog trainers at Puppy Day School will, however, make it easier for puppies to pick the skills up when practicing with their pack at home. Additionally, puppies will go home with less energy for nipping, chewing and general mischief.
Nourish to Flourish 16 Russell St, Arlington, MA02474 Cathy Zolner, the Holistic Health Coach who owns and operates Nourish To Flourish, works with clients to fulfill the…More goals they have for health and wellness. Working with a holistic approach, she looks at the client's life and experiences, as well as health, nutrition and activity, to get a full and rounded picture of the person. Zolner helps not only with nutrition but general lifestyle changes, including stress, relationships and job issues. Free consultations are available to explore if the Nourish To Flourish program is appropriate for the individual. The program consists of one-on-one sessions for six months or group sessions. Detailed information can be found on the website as well as event info and sign up for the newsletter.
The Chilly Cow in Arlington Center has been an ice cream shop in several incarnations. For the last four years, it…More has been run by Brian LeClair. It is known for its frozen custard, but the shop also has ice cream, sorbets and frozen yogurt. The shops big draw is "The Monster," a super-sized signature sundae, which gets finishers their picture taken and placed on the "monster wall." A "Mini Monster" was recently added to the menu. All flavors can be hand packed into pints or quarts, and ice cream cakes are available. Custard pies come in flavors such as coconut, death by chocolate, and cookies and cream.
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