Rhythm In Motion’s staff of twirling professionals brings forth extensive skills in everything from salsa to ballet to the foxtrot. The instructors teach the secrets of graceful movement to students of all levels during group lessons or private lessons for individuals or couples. A 90-minute practice party on Fridays then encourages students to practice newly learned moves, socialize, and perfect dips and twirls away from the judgmental eyes of the family guinea pig.
The marquee event of Shark Fest 2011, the fifth annual Are You Man Enough? Shark Challenge pits teams of anglers against one of nature’s most fearsome predators in a two-day fishing competition that awards bragging rights and $15,000 in prizes to its victors. Armed with a bucket of chum and a thirst for adventure, teams depart Cape Harbour at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday to spend the next 12 hours earning themselves 100 tournament points per shark caught, with bonuses awarded for the biggest hammerhead landed, biggest bull shark landed, and most congenial shark thrown back, followed by a 10 p.m. results announcement. On Sunday, the top five teams return to the docks to do battle in a shotgun-started sudden-death contest in which teams scramble to assemble 16 feet of aggregate shark in front of thousands of spectators in order to claim the grand prize. Teams are responsible for knowing the tournament schedule and for providing their own boat, bait, and fishing equipment, as well as two active cell phones for sending back proof-of-catch videos and at least one fisherman-notary to inform captured sharks of their legal rights.
A strictly 21+ establishment, BackStreets Sports Bar sates starving stomachs with a munchable menu and quenches thirsty gullets in indoor and outdoor bar areas. Guests can order a cold beer or carefully crafted cocktail and along with deep-fried crab fritters to prevent insides from sloshing audibly ($6.75). A Meat Lovers pizza piles pepperoni, sausage, ham, bacon, and meatballs on a 12-inch ($12.95) or 16-inch ($15.95) frame, perfect for splitting or tossing like a Frisbee with carnivorous friends. Burgers built from quarter-pound ($4.25) or half-pound ($5.50) foundations come stacked with chosen cheeses and favored veggies, and specialty sandwiches range from a basic bacon, egg, and cheese ($4.25) to the fully loaded hot Italian sub with ham, salami, bologna, cheese, and veggies bathed in oil and vinegar ($6.95).
Owned by and named after the former Red Sox outfielder, Mike Greenwell's Bat-A-Ball & Family Fun Park entertains activity-deprived clans with a fully loaded complex of outdoor amusement for all ages. The synthetic green lawn of his mini-golf course snakes along a chain of 19 holes shaded by a canopy of palm trees and emerald markers. Children younger than 10 can expel energy that they held back while focusing on putts on the red, wooden jungle gym, while cars wait patiently in free parking spaces. Though not included in today's Groupon, the park also staffs eight batting cages, a paintball field, go-karts, a fish-feeding dock, an arcade, and a snack bar to further flesh out afternoons.
Upscale French eatery Chef J Bistro takes its name from executive chef Jethro Joseph, who understands that fine dining can be relaxing rather than fussy. His cooking has received accolades from publications such as the Gulf Coast Times, which called his four-star gourmet fare “mouthwatering.” Chef J curates two seasonal menus replete with seafood, smoky pastas, and steak, among other dishes. His staff understands the importance of presenting entrees elegantly, supplementing them with artfully scattered greens or sandwiches made in the shape of Picasso’s Guernica.
Make Your Mark Golf Accessories, Inc is a family owned and run business since 1991. We started our business in Colorado with The Spot-It® Magnetic Ball Marker Earrings. In 1992, we invented the very popular Visor Clip®. Many have tried to duplicate but none can compare to the quality, turnaround time and customer service