Even as bears hibernate for the winter or squirrels hide in rubber trees when it rains, humans don’t need to stop being active during inclement weather. Within the walls of The Stadium’s family-friendly activity center, visitors can revel in activities such as dodge ball, indoor batting cages, and a golf simulator. Kids can also keep creditors off their back with bouts of laser tag, frolic in the bounce house, or get together for birthday parties or sleepovers in a safe, supervised environment.
In their inaugural year as the Short-Season A affiliate of the Washington Nationals, the Doubledays swing lumber, flash leather, and fling heaters under the lights of Falcon Park from June 18 until September 2. From the camaraderie-packed confines of general-admission seats, fans join cheering spectators at any of the Doubledays' 2011 games, including promotional dates and events such as post-game fireworks, $1 Thursdays, and Take Your Catcher to Work Day. Replete with a new roster and skipper, the club gears up to emulate the champagne-showered success of the 2007 squad, which captured the New York–Penn League championship after winning its division for the sixth straight year.
The Wall's bouldering-only climbing facility beckons visitors to scale simulated peaks with angles of up to 90 degrees. Technicolor foot- and handholds pepper the walls, creating 62 different routes that challenge everyone from beginners to Harvard-educated mountain goats. To help to scale these manmade peaks, staff leads both introductory and intermediate bouldering classes. Additionally, the staff frequently changes routes to keep each climb fresh.
The Auburn Public Theater entertains and educates its community with theater, music, poetry, dance, and art for all ages. In "Funny Bones," audiences explore the work and legacy of Charlie Chaplin under the droll guidance of Dan Kamin, whose extensive knowledge of the legendary comedian helped him train Robert Downey Jr. for his role in Chaplin and best the ghost of Buster Keaton in a '20s cinema quiz. Dan's own live comedy combines with Chaplin's films to create two hilarious hours of silent-film-influenced entertainment. Keyboardist Harvey Tarkmeel accompanies the silent movies, audience participation crashes the fourth wall, and genuine chairs cushion viewers as Karmin leads a whirlwind tour of the classic comic's extensive canon.
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