The experienced instructors at MG Sport Horses, which was featured on Newhorse.com as a top Apopka riding-instruction locale, lead riders of all skill levels, ages 3 and older, in private lessons. Trainers guide novices through the basics of the English riding style and impart knowledge on general horse care and equipment function, and on training steeds to stomp out novels in Morse code. Riders who have logged more saddle time can handle the reins in a session focused on the discipline of their choice—hunter, jumper, or equitation. MG's instructors welcome new and intermediate riders to trot along with them at local GOHJA–rated and nonrated shows, and advanced horsemen can hoof it to the "A" circuit shows, in which human-and-steed pairs entertain audiences with standup comedy bits.
Studio 6's cheerful pottery palace is a great place to get friends together for a small ceramics gathering, ceramics rave, or first ceramics date rave. For basic pottery painting, start by selecting any mug, plate, vase, cookie jar, piggy bank, or other artifact from Studio 6's collection of hundreds of paint-ready ceramics. Next, surf your most creative brain waves to come up with a game-changing design, sketch it out with pencil, and select your glaze colors. Studio 6 has more than 35 vibrant, non-toxic hues to choose from, and all are microwave, dishwasher, and food safe. If you don't know how to paint or only know how to paint the Venus of Urbino on a divan made of butter, the friendly staff can help you draw a stegosaurus. Once your artwork satisfies your ocular intake, the professionals at Studio 6 will apply a clear glaze and give your piece a final firing in the kiln. You can pick up your fired and finished piece one week after your studio visit. This Groupon can also be used toward glass fusing, which involves arranging and layering colorful glass bits to create flat, decorative pieces of art that are also fired in a kiln.
Extreme Laser Tag and Family Fun Center features arcade games, air hockey, and plenty of birthday party?ready eats and decor, but its central attraction is the constant battle for territory that engulfs its arena. Inside, teams of up to 40 players arm themselves with glowing vests and guns, exchanging volleys of invisible laser fire as they attempt to capture enemy bases. The venue rewards the stealthy, with foggy corridors and multiple levels encouraging sneak attacks, double backs, and clandestine meetings between opposing team members who?ve found unlikely love in the midst of war.