This year we are once again thrilled to be a part of the Lake Oswego Wine Walk on October 21st from 2pm - 5pm. This fantastic event is a great way to celebrate our community and local businesses. Additionally, a portion of net sales goes to support the Lake Oswego Schools Foundation (LOSF).
Beyond tasting great wine, you can also experience great music and see beautiful artwork. Get your tickets early as each year is a sell-out event!
This month, Glance hosted our first ever Social #Selfie event and what a success! If you weren’t there, oh boy did you miss out! It was a great night filled with craft beer, awesome people and a collection of eye-catching selfies.
Here’s a recap:
We partnered with our friends at Uptown Market who provided their most popular craft beer! If you like cool, positive energy check out their LO location - awesome customer service and great beer, what more could you ask for?
Sunglasses are a not only a great fashion accessory, but their most important job is to protect your eyes from the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. UV light is electromagnetic radiation that is invisible to the human eye. There are many negative affects of UV light to your eyes, and when it comes to your vision, you want to take the proper precautions.
Below are four reasons why wearing sunglasses is so important!
Let your Eyeglasses Improve Your Eyes And Your Eyesight
As eyeglass wearers, our number one concern is what we see from the inside out. Beyond the frames lies a crystal clear world that technology and design have allowed us to see unhindered. But sometimes, we forget about what lies behind the frames, our eyes, our windows, and how the world sees us.
Finding the right pair of eyeglasses can enhance the look of your eyes, facial structure and style and can go beyond their functionality when chosen correctly. Finding the right frame can highlight eye shape and cheekbones, magnify your eye makeup and lashes and bring attention to your best facial features when the right frames are selected.
When making an eyeglass purchase, the first thing you look for is functionality. Will they improve my eyesight? Will I be able to read better? Drive better? Go about my day-to-day tasks with more precision and ease?
And while all of those are crucial when it comes to finding the right pair of eyeglasses, one may wonder, what ELSE can my glasses do for me?