Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Take A One-Day Summer Getaway at Gardner Village!


This summer you don't have to go far to have a one-day summer getaway! We've got plenty of things to do right here at Gardner Village.

Knitting Classes at Kamille's
Learn to knit or crochet with their beginner's classes, or attend a "Sit and Knit" class with other knitting enthusiasts. Bring your child along for a "Parent and Child Knitting Class." View the full schedule of classes with complete details on Kamille's website, or call 801.282.0477.

Tea Parties at Georgell Doll Shop
Dress your daughter up in her best clothes and head down to Georgell Doll Shop for an elegant afternoon of sipping out of mini tea sets and eating delicious desserts such as mini cupcakes, gluten-free chocolate torte and frozen berry streusel cheesecake! Experience one of these fairy tea parties every Friday and Saturday from 11am to 4pm now through August 31st. Cost starts at $15 per guest, and each guest also takes a little porcelain fairy doll home! Reservations are encouraged and walk-ins are welcome based on availability. Call 801.561.1485 for information.

Busy Beader Summer Camps at The Bead Farm
The Bead Farm is offering two different summer camps this year: The Busy Bee Bracelet Camp and The Creative Kids Camp. Camps are scheduled on your own time and can accommodate up to ten children. An appointment and adult chaperone are required for each group. Call 801.938.1995 to reserve your summer camp or group.

Cookie College For Kids at Naborhood Bakery
Naborhood Bakery gives kids ages 3-12 a tour of the bakery, and then the kids get to cut and roll out their cookie dough. Lunch is served while the cookies are baking. When the cookies are finished, kids put their creative finishing touches on the cookie with candies, sprinkles and icings. This one-of-a-kind experience costs $15 plus tax. Workshops are held on Tuesdays at 10am and Fridays at 4pm. Visit or call the bakery at 801.566.8808 to reserve your child's spot today!


Spa Specials at Cottage Retreat Spa & Salon
Escape for a day at Cottage Retreat Spa & Salon with their June Spa Specials. With the $99 Spa Package, enjoy a 30-minute Rebalance-Refresh Massage, a 30-minute Refresh Facial and a 30-minute Rejuvenation Pedicure. Unwind and relax with their 60-minute Swedish Massage for only $70 with your choice of one FREE add-on. Lastly, relish with an Image O2 Lift Facial for only $99 ($150 regular). This luxurious oxygen skin care treatment infuses oxygen, plant-derived stem cells, peptides and a high concentration of enzymatic botanicals into the skin leaving it luminous, refresh and rejuvenated. Call 801.352.8636 to book your appointment today.

Watch taffy being pulled at Chocolate Covered Wagon
Who can resist watching an old-fashioned salt water taffy puller?! Watch in amazement at our newest store, Chocolate Covered Wagon, as the taffy is prepared, put on the taffy puller and stretched until it becomes ready to hand wrap with their signature "rosette" wrapping technique. Read more about Chocolate Covered Wagon.

How To Paint Furniture Classes at Aunt Elsie's Trinkets and Treasures
On Saturday, June 21st at 9am. Aunt Elsie's will be hosting a How To Paint Furniture class. They’ll be using the new Rethunk Junk painting line, designed specifically for painting enthusiasts. For only $10, you'll get to attend the class and also receive an 8oz. jar of this amazing paint ($10 value) in the color of your choice. Visit or call Aunt Elsie's at 801.561.5557 to sign up.

Wasatch Front Farmers' Market
Last Saturday we welcomed back the Wasatch Front Farmers' Market for its third season at Gardner Village. Every Saturday from 9am to 1pm, browse through 50 local vendors. Enjoy breakfast served 9am to noon, and a variety of kids' activities such as pony rides, face painting, rock climbing and more! Each week is a different theme, and a special Kids' Market is held the last Saturday of the month where kids are able to bring their crafts and homemade goodies to sell. Read all about the Wasatch Front Farmers' Market in our recent blog post.


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