Things To Do In Davis


$54 for Kids' Pony-Ride Party for Up to Eight at Pine Trails Ranch ($85 Value)

Pine Trails Ranch

Davis

Kids enjoy pony rides and activities during party that includes access to a party area for having cake and opening gifts

$85 $54

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One Month of Beginner Fencing with Optional Two Months of Intermediate Fencing at Davis Fencing Academy (Up to 62% Off)

Davis Fencing Academy

Davis

Beginners’ and intermediate fencing classes introduce the footwork and blade techniques of sport fencing with a foil, sabre, and épée

$60 $29

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Rock-Climbing Package, One-Month Membership, or 10 Yoga Classes at Rocknasium (45% Off)

Rocknasium

Rocknasium

5,000+ square feet of climbable terrain tests muscles in facility featuring stalactite obstacles and 16-foot bouldering wall; yoga classes

$32 $18

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$48 for One Month of Tai Chi Classes $88 Value — Davis Kung Fu

Davis Kung Fu

Downtown Core

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

$88 $48

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1 or 3 Semiprivate Lessons for One, or One or Three 60-Minute Lessons for Up to Five at Golf4fun (Up to 78% Off)

Golf4fun

Davis

Golfers absorb score-shaving advice from instructor Ken Sawitzky during lessons that include driving range and on-course practice

$30 $12

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One or Two Months of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Barefoot Yoga Studio (Up to 62% Off)

Barefoot Yoga Studio

Davis

Classes offered seven days a week include 90-minute Vinyasa Flow or Power Flow, which is performed in a heated room

$90 $39

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Established: 2002

Staff Size: 11?25 people

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Parking: Parking lot

Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Fun Run goes through UCD Arboretum

Recommended Age Group: All Ages

Yolo County Children's Alliance began as Yolo County's child-abuse prevention council in 2002. It's a big job for a mere ten administrators and social workers to tackle, but luckily they have the support of county residents. That support allows them to put on events such as the annual family fun run?a jaunt through UCD's stunning arboretum that helps the organization raise critical funds to connect families with support services. They also host fundraisers, child abuse awareness events, and family strengthening outreach programs, which build up families by having each member pick up and hug the next smallest person for 15 reps.

1st St. & A St.
Davis,
CA
US

Saskia Darnell, Lavender Screw's head artist, has been showcasing her artwork in galleries and exhibits since she was a child. In 2006, Saskia entered the student art exhibit at the Los Angeles County Fair and took home first place, and was featured in seven other art exhibits while earning her bachelor's in fine art. Students of all levels can enjoy BYOB classes, which feature a variety of paintings for students to emulate through step-by-step instruction. Paint Your Pet nights invite artists to transform a blank canvas into a colorful homage to their dog, cat, or secretly cloned woolly mammoth.

122 B Street
Davis,
CA
US

Named for the famed German soprano, Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall pays homage to a wealth of musicians during its slate of concerts. Throughout the year, the USBC music venue welcomes gospel choirs and symphonies to its stage, as well as wind ensembles that double as the venue?s air conditioning system.

1 Shields Avenue
Davis,
CA
US

Behind a rough-hewn wooden fa?ade, walls embellished with wheels and cycles surround Apex Cycles & Services' solo employee, Aaron Curtin. While stocking the store with quality bikes and parts from brands such as Kona, Continental, and De Rosa, Aaron builds an excellent rapport with customers by executing thorough cycle services for almost all makes and models. Bike treatments range from basic tune-ups to comprehensive overhauls that include the installation of fresh parts and a deep cleansing. Aaron also constructs bikes from custom components and works with clients to accommodate all budgets by utilizing prviously used parts and allowing patrons to whittle down debts by volunteering at the shop. Aaron can pick up and drop off two-wheelers himself or welcome them into his store with more delight than a BMX rider moving to a neighborhood filled with drained pools.

912 5th Street
Davis,
CA
US

A stress-shedding family-friendly sport for splatter soldiers of all types and stripes, paintball grants its combatants the perfect backdrop for one-on-one duels or group-oriented maneuvers. Spread out your tickets over six solo sessions, or round up five friends, coworkers, or NBA starters for a fast-paced adrenaline-fueled jaunt across unique indoor and outdoor terrains that can include pastoral fields and themed villages. Each trek arms guests with a battle mask and goggles, semiautomatic paintball marker, hopper and tanker, and orientation that lays out the rules, safety precautions, and the symbolism behind to Jackson Pollack’s early work.

24998 County Rd.
Davis,
CA
US

Foils clash and ring out through Davis Fencing Academy as students practice basic guards and prepare to spar. Sword master Simon Pitfeild walks up and down the line, correcting a grip here or an angle of attack there. His years of fighting at UC Davis, at the French Academy of Arms, and with the City of Davis fencing program are evident as you watch his precise style and the attention to detail he shows as he leads the team of coaches at Davis Fencing Academy.

Classes accommodate students of all skill levels, ranging from Mini Musketeer lessons for 6- to 8-year-olds to advanced training for adults who want to perfect their techniques or work toward competition. Adult and youth beginners’ classes introduce footwork and blade work for the foil, sabre, and épée, with the option of progressing to intermediate and advanced footwork classes. After lessons, students can engage in open sparring to hone their reflexes and practice monogramming everyone’s uniforms with their own initials.

2121 2nd St
Davis,
CA
US