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|November 27-December 3, 2008
• Great Gift Ideas 1
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1221 Spruce St. / 303-440-0733
At the sushi bar or table-side, the options include everything from tuna and trout to sea urchin and octopus, with such exotic rolls as Colorado (raw filet mignon) and Z-no. 9 (shrimp tempura, avocado, salmon and eel sauce). There are lunch specials as well as sushi Happy Hour specials during lunch and dinner. Karaoke sing-along takes place every Saturday from 10 p.m. to midnight.
You can purchase a gift card for any amount. A perfect holiday gift!
Trek Light Gear
www.TrekLightGear.com / 800-960-1471
Proudly founded in Boulder, Trek Light Gear quickly gained recognition for its brand of lightweight hammocks made with a durable and ultra-comfortable parachute nylon material. In 2007, they introduced the Eco Tote — a compact, reusable bag made with excess hammock materials that packs down small enough to fit on a keychain when it’s not being used. “Everyone finds a use for our products,” says founder Seth Haber. “Camping, sailing, biking, rafting, young or old — we can help you relax, lighten your load and hopefully have a positive impact on the world at the same time.” Find the Trek Light Gear kiosk on the Pearl Street Mall (seasonal) or visit the website at www.TrekLightGear.com.
Childish Things Consignment Boutique
2071 30th St. / 303-442-2703
Childish Things Consignment Boutique has been Boulder’s source for consigned kid’s clothes for the past 27 years. Since opening in 1981, the store has become Boulder’s oldest and largest consignment store for children, women and moms-to-be. Walking into Childish Things, you will see racks and shelves full of clothing, near-new and new toys, and new cloth diapers. Childish Things has everything you or your child may want with new inventory being added daily. Stocked with great gear for playing outdoors or in, we pride ourselves on our extensive selection and great prices. Come to Childish Things this holiday season for gifts, clothing and all of your child’s winter wear needs.
2550 Arapahoe Ave. / 303-444-7502
Boulder’s choice for “Toys with Conscience” since 1982, PlayFair Toys has moved into a grand new space (next to Red Robin) and transformed into “The Educationalest, Magicalest, Funnest Toy Store in the Galaxy.” Our toys, games and books come from around the globe, for babies, kids, teens, adults and aliens of all ages to enjoy. Take a break from holiday shopping at our in-store Build-a-Bot Bar, a creative center that offers free hands-on construction play. We’ll help you find that perfect toy, book or gift, wrap it while you wait, and even ship it for you. Come shop, play and stay. Plenty of parking for cars, bikes and rockets.
1661 28th St. / 303-440-4448
Locally owned and operated since 1982, The Video Station is known for its incredible selection of more than 40,000 movies, documentaries, and foreign and independent films. The staff’s extensive knowledge of film can help you find just about anything or make recommendations. A great place to pick up gifts for the movie lover, Video Station carries a unique selection of DVDs for sale, as well as movie rentals.
Go to www.wholefoodsmarket.com for locations
Wow! What a ride. Back in 1980, we started out with one small store in Austin, Texas. Today, we’re the world’s leader in natural and organic foods, with more than 270 stores in North America and the United Kingdom. What a long, strange trip it’s been. We still honor our original ideals, and we think that has a lot to do with our success. We seek out the finest natural and organic foods available, maintain the strictest quality standards in the industry and have an unshakeable commitment to sustainable agriculture. Add to that the excitement and fun we bring to shopping for groceries, and you start to get a sense of what we’re all about. For our locations in Colorado visit www.wholefoodsmarket.com.
1630 N. 63rd St., Unit 5 / 303-415-0045
6810 N. Broadway, Unit D, Denver / 303-650-0091
Boulder Hydroponic and Organic Center was opened in 1995 and has been serving Boulder with the highest quality products and service ever since.
The business grew from a small one-room store to our current 5,000-square-foot facility. Thanks to everyone who has supported us over the years and helped us become the great store we are today. Mrs. Greenjeans, who is our resident expert (Christine Hubbard), has dedicated herself to the progressive and organic gardening industry for the past 16 years and is unstumpable in her knowledge. We work extremely hard at creating a relaxed, customer-focused atmosphere at Boulder Hydroponics and Organic Center. Our philosophy of having great service, knowledgeable staff and the best inventory must be working; we have been voted Best of Boulder for the past three years by Boulder Weekly readers. Come experience the difference at Boulder’s oldest, most experienced and well-stocked store. Why Shop Anywhere Else?
2600 Canyon Blvd., In the Village at the Boulder Marriott / 303-440-0711
Give the gift of luxurious pampering from Boulder’s favorite spa destination. Essentiels Spa offers the very best beauty and wellness therapies, including rejuvenating skincare, specialty manicures and pedicures and deluxe spa packages. This newly remodeled pampering paradise has recently added Thai Massage to its menu, a dynamic body therapy that combines shiatsu techniques with yoga-like stretches. Essentiels Spa is a proud member of the Halcyon Days Salons and Spas network, 35 of the most luxurious spas and salons in North America, located within Saks Fifth Avenue and in better shopping districts. Call 1-877-SPA-PACKAGES or to purchase a gift certificate online, visit www.halcyondaysspa.com
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