Kentucky Kingdom With more than 70 rides and attractions, including six world-class roller coasters, a huge water park, children’s rides, games, shows, and so much more, Kentucky Kingdom has something to please everyone in the family!
We offer gymnastics classes and swimming lessons and so much more. At All About Kids , our mission is to build happy, healthy, confident kids through sports in Louisville and Oldham County!
We have 2 beautiful locations that both offer 47,000 sq ft of fun. Our kid’s multi-sport centers offer high-energy sports instruction in a clean, safe, fun environment! We offer training in gymnastics, cheerleading, swimming, dance, and basketball. In addition, we offer awesome birthday parties for kids, field trips, day camps, open gym, the inflatable fun zone, a proshop and the Cartwheel Café!
Learn to Skate at Alpine Ice We offer programs for skaters of all ages and abilities. Check out our range of classes to develop confidence on the ice, or bring your skating skills to the next level. Learn to Skate. About Info Booking Sports Contact (03) 366 9183. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anytime Fitness is a 24-hour health and fitness club headquartered in Woodbury, Minnesota. The company operates over 4,000 franchised locations in 50 countries. The gym facilities are open 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. Chuck Runyon, Dave Mortensen, and Jeff Klinger founded Anytime Fitness in 2002. Runyon is the CEO of the company. According to Forbes, Anytime Fitness was the fastest growing health club franchise in 2014. In 2015, Entrepreneur Magazine ranked Anytime Fitness first on its global franchise list.
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For over a decade Bear Paddle Swim School has been helping children become safe and confident swimmers.
We provide swim lessons for infants, toddlers, and children of all ages! Our lessons are conducted in a
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The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts is a live performance complex located near the downtown area of Louisville, Kentucky. The complex consists of four venues: the Brown Theatre, Robert S. Whitney Hall, the Moritz Von Bomhard Theatre, and the Boyd Martin Theatre. The Brown Theatre is the only venue that is a separate facility.
Located 8 blocks away from the Kentucky Center, Brown Theatre has a seating capacity of 1,400 guests. Constructed in 1925, the venue has plenty of history and was modeled on the Music Box Theatre in NYC.
designed for beginner musicians. Studio Locator. We’re so glad you’re here! Our music lessons for young children are full of fun, interactive activities that not only help develop a strong musical foundation and build essential life skills but offer a unique bonding experience for you and your child. Discover for yourself why thousands of families love our innovative music lessons for kids.
Climb NuLu caters to climbers of all ages and skill levels, with a focus on quality routesetting, convenient and affordable services close to the downtown area, and programs to provide access to those that otherwise would not be able to experience rock climbing.
Cody Clark Magic grants people permission to radically be themselves. He allows people to savor the simple things in life, to connect with their most cherished memories, to bond over our commonalities, and to value different ways of seeing the world. Using his experience with autism, Cody takes a personalized approach to his shows in order to help everyone feel included. Whether a corporate employee, a member of the autism community, or a delighted child seeing their first magic show, Cody makes sure everybody at every show is heard and celebrated.
Regardless of your fitness level, CrossFit Bluegrass will be able to work with you, challenge you, and have you doing things you previously thought were not possible for you to do, all in a safe and fun environment. Going to the gym is now my favorite part of the day. See all photos from Jason M. for CrossFit Bluegrass. Useful 1.
We are going the extra mile to make your trip to see a movie, both safe and fun. All seating will be socially distanced. Yes! Families and household groups will be able to sit together. We have procedures in place to disinfect seats, areas of high touches, and to minimize interactions between moviegoers and the staff. We encourage you to comply with local and state COVID-19 guidance. Our mask policy is that in the open areas everyone is required to cover their face, including those with medical conditions. This includes lobby, restrooms, concession, and hallway areas. When in your seat watching the movie your mask may be removed.
DEFY is an attitude and a rallying cry promoting individualism and freedom from the norm. It’s a collection of extreme air sport parks across America that are rewriting the rules of sport — giving our communities a place where they’re free to express and push themselves.
Society has tons of expectations and rules, but DEFY gives everyone a safe place to defy those constraints. We’re for fiercely independent, fearless individuals who pass on organized sports in favor of nonconforming ones that challenge them in non-traditional ways.
Excel Gymnastics has produced hundreds of gymnasts, cheerleaders, and tumblers over a span of 12 years. Our gymnasts have represented at State, Regional, and the Western Championships. Our cheerleaders compete at the National Cheer Association in Texas, The JAMZ Nationals in Las Vegas, and our athletes have brought home Bronze, Silver, and Gold at state, regional, and national levels.
The Jeffersontown Historical Museum is a neighborhood history museum in Jeffersontown, Kentucky. It details the history of Jeffersontown as it progressed from a small rural community with a town square to the city that it is today.
t Kentucky Gymnastics Academy we strive for kids to get active through gymnastics and gross motor movement. Certified & trained coaches teach ages 2-18, recreational and competitive gymnastics. Come for a FREE TRIAL today! We offer gymnastics, tumbling, Ninja Zone, Parkour, birthday parties, camps.
The Kentucky Railway Museum owes its beginning to a small number of rail enthusiasts who formed a local chapter of the National Railway Historical Society in 1948. In the early 1950s, the Chapter asked the Louisville and Nashville Railroad for the donation of a steam locomotive to form the nucleus of a railway museum.
The museum was officially chartered in 1954, and with the donation of steam locomotive #152, we leased six acres of land on River Road and opened to the public on Memorial Day 1958. The museum grew with the addition of other donated rail equipment and artifacts, with over 100,000 visitors coming through the gates by the early 1960s. Over 200,000 people came to the River Road site in the first 10 years of operation!