Youngs Hair Salon 3131 Foothill Blvd, La Crescenta, CA91214 Youngs Hair Salon is a small haircare facility located along Foothill Blvd. Nestled into a tiny shopping…More center, the shop offers plenty of on site parking. The salon performs cuts for men, women and children of all ages. The interior is bright and charming, with comfortable seating at all stations. The stylists are highly trained and walk-ins are welcome. Though small, the salon is charming and friendly, where customers are known by name and no one is rushed out. Shampoo services are available, too.
Valley Vista School is a private pre-school nestled on Orangedale Avenue, just beyond the main strip in Montrose. The…More brightly-colored campus consists of two outdoor playgrounds and two indoor classrooms. One classroom is for 3-year-olds, while the other is for the pre-kindergarten students.
At capacity, Valley Vista School has 94 students in three 3-year-old classes and 3 pre-kindergarten classes. One teacher and one aide oversee each class.
In addition to the regular curriculum, extra-curriculars are offered in music, drama and movement.
Valley Vista School is a non-denominational pre-school.
Deukmejian Wilderness Park 3429 Markridge Rd, La Crescenta, CA91214 A hiker's haven, Deukmejian Wilderness Park is 709 acres nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. The dirt…More trails are rugged and the elevations range from approximately 2,159 feet at the entryway to 4,775 feet at the northeast corner of the park. Views of the Crescenta Valley and Los Angeles basin can be admired from almost any point on the park trails. The Deukmejian Wilderness Trail is also home to the historic Le Mesnager Barn, which was constructed between 1914 and 1918 by Louise Le Mesnager. It has been used as a stable, a storage facility for winemaking, and as a home for the Le Mesnager family before it was sold to a property developer in 1968. The City of Glendale purchased Le Mesnager Barn and the surrounding property in 1988 and named it Deukmejian Wilderness Park, after former California governor George Deukmejian.