Things To Do In Arcadia

Martial-Arts Classes at Ring of Fire Martial Arts Academy (Up to 62% Off). Three Options Available.

Ring of Fire Martial Arts Academy

Arcadia

$180 $69

Experienced martial artist fosters self-defense skills and fitter frames during high-octane kickboxing and kids' martial-arts classes

Introductory Art Classes for Kids, Teens, or Adults at Mission: Renaissance (Up to 71% Off)

Mission: Renaissance

Multiple Locations

$216 $65

Introductory art classes utilize the Gluck Method of instruction, teaching basic drawing and painting techniques to students of all ages

Six-Week Fabric and Fiber or Art Journaling and Book Art Class at Creative World Art School (51% Off)

Creative World Art School

Arcadia

$175 $85

Preteens and teens learn how to work with new materials and mine everyday occurances for inspiration during six-week art courses

$130 for $418 Worth of Dance Lessons — Silver River Music Academy 银河音乐学院

Silver River Music Academy

Arcadia

$418 $130

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Group Cooking Class for One, Two, or Four at Saute Culinary Academy (Up to 53% Off) 53%

Saute Culinary Academy

Arcadia

$95 $45

During three-hour hands-on cooking classes, chefs share insights into different cuisines or fresh takes on pantry staples

Five Hot Yoga Classes at Santa Anita Hot Yoga Studio (69% Off)

Santa Anita Hot Yoga Studio

Arcadia

$75 $23

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$55 for a Kids' Harlem Globetrotters Basketball Clinic and Two Tickets to a Game (Up to $111 Value)

Harlem Globetrotters Summer Skills Clinic

Multiple Locations

$111 $55

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Harlem Globetrotters players coach kids ages 6–12 on basketball fundamentals, drills, and off-the-court character development

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The percussiveness of Latin and ballroom music resounds through Sonata Room, where founders and decorated dancers Laura Powell and Brandon Kwae lead private and group dance classes. A champion of the International Grand Ball Championships and Emerald Ball Dancesport Championships, Laura brings her hard-earned talent to the classroom, where she has trained up-and-coming dancers for 25 years. Watching a televised dance championship first spurred Brandon onto the dance floor, his quickly developed skills eventually placing him on the podium in competition. Together, the duo now patiently and technically break down each dance step for their students without using intimidating tactics, such as dancing with the time-out chair. Their spacious, dimly lit, and wood-floored studio also hosts occasional events, including bimonthly ballroom-dance parties.

210 N 1st Ave
Arcadia,
CA
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BodyPerfect Beauty and Weight Loss exists for one singular purpose: to help its clients achieve the ideal body for them. Staff members utilize advanced technology, as well as both holistic and medical treatments to help slim bodies in a healthy manner. Their weight-loss program focuses on noninvasive methods, choosing to promote overall health, lower caloric intake, and increase metabolism without drugs or assisting medication. The program is built on three core tenets: thermal slimming to help clients burn fat faster and more efficiently, detoxification to remove toxins and help the body cleanse, and all-natural fitness-essence pills to prevent rebound weight gain by making all food look like old boots. The technicians also offer cosmetic and confidence building services with a menu of skincare and spa treatments including hydrating treatments, full-body skincare, and massages.

556 Las Tunas Dr
Arcadia,
CA
US

Since wrapping up the contents of their first grande burrito in 1974, The Original Peppers’ crew of chefs have continued to sate customers’ cravings for spicy, south-of-the-border fare thanks to their vast menu of Mexican food. Within the bustling kitchen, chefs can be found wrangling ingredients into traditional Mexican dishes ranging from burritos and enchiladas to fajitas and tostadas, crafting homemade tortillas on Wednesday and Thursday. While many dishes feature meats such as certified Angus beef and deep-fried pork, the culinary team also architects a host of seafood specialties starring jumbo scallops, seasoned halibut, and crab to appeal to the seafaring palates of humans and bears dressed like humans.

181 Colorado Pl
Arcadia,
CA
US

We are an outpatient therapy center/sports medicine center who has been in business since 1981. Our 11,000 square foot facility is among the largest outpatient facilities in Southern California. We provide physical therapy,occupational therapy,aquatic therapy, personal training,massage,Pilates,acupuncture, & other services.

671 W Naomi Ave
Arcadia,
CA
US

Inside a cavernous gym with aquamarine floors divvied up by clean white lines, badminton devotees thwack shuttlecocks over taut nets. Arcadia Badminton Club’s facilities boast 17 Olympic standard badminton courts, along with amenities such as three ping-pong tables, a lounge, and men’s and women’s showers. Players can load up on gear at the pro shop or stop by the café to strain tea with a racket.

12336 Lower Azusa Rd
Arcadia,
CA
US

Nestled in the historic Rancho Santa Anita?a homestead originally inhabited by the Gabrieleno Tongva tribe?Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden houses wildlife and plants from all over the globe on 127 acres. Its creators opened the Arboretum in 1947 to promote environmental awareness in a sanctuary that reflects the distinct history, flora, and culture of southern California. The grounds reflect the founders' aim?hummingbirds flutter among the colorful blooms in the Grace Kallam Perennial Garden, and wildflowers, herbs, and veggies spring to life at the hands of community volunteers in the educational Garden for All Seasons. Tropical and temperate blossoms embellish the Meyberg waterfall's sun-drenched stone face and blue-gum trees stand guard in front of the Queen Anne cottage, one of several historic sites that was constructed in 1885 to encapsulate Victorian opulence. Peacocks and great egrets strut among living plant collections, which explode into flowery canopies whenever the right garden sprites are available to aid in pollination.

Members often gain exclusive access to the Arboretum's slate of events, which includes workshops, tours, Yoga in the Garden, and live music performances in the summer months. The Arboretum Summer Nights series kicks off with David Correa and Cascada on July 11, followed by Sour Mash Hug Band on July 25, Ooks of Hazzard on August 1, and closes out with Steve Rushingwind on August 8. Summer camps reawaken brains that usually hibernate until September, and Bookworms Story Time captures attention year-round. Members can also take advantage of free tram rides during SpringTopia on May 3?4.

301 N Baldwin Ave
Arcadia,
CA
US

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