For more than three decades, the Hudson family has fostered a fun, safe environment for exercise at Red Bird Skateland. The glossy roller rink welcomes the public during open skate hours, and hosts birthday parties as well. Bashes can be held during public skate hours, or birthday kids can opt for private celebrations, which lets partygoers skate unimpeded by strangers after feasting on cake.
Victus Body Fitness is a fitness reginmen that understands your workout is only half the battle. We understand that being fit also calls for healthy eating and setting personal goals, and we are committed to helping you reach those goals by offering you a completely rennovated lifestyle.
Real Time Sports & Entertainment, recently under new ownership and management, knows that it takes more than just their delicious burgers and hand-cut fries to keep their customers coming back night after night. They host live bands and DJs seven days a week to keep dance floors filled with partiers well into the night, while 22 high-def screens broadcast sports for excited fans. Meanwhile, bartenders whip up cocktails and pour beers that wash down dishes such as Cajun catfish poboys, turkey burgers, or chicken wings, as guests enjoy conversation and a convivial atmosphere. And no matter the day, the dedicated owners promise real people, a basket of fish with your name on it, and a bottle of ketchup with some guy named Heinz’s name on it.
Circle of Love Venue hosts bridal showers, weddings, and vow-renewal ceremonies in a venue decorated with soft wedding colors, potted trees, and elegant upholstered chairs speckled with pearls and rhinestones. They tailor events to each couple's preferences, offering a choice between a civil or religious ceremony style. Couples can personalize their special day with add-ons such as cake receptions and non-alcoholic toasts. Check out a list of nearby hotels and restaurants convenient for celebratory meals or lodging.
In 1956, the owners of Cedar Hill Roller Rink stuck a sky-blue sign on the edge of Main Street. With only the word "Skating" displayed in retro block lettering, the sign called out to travelers, urging them to stop inside for classic four-wheeled entertainment. Today, the rink's hardwood surface provides smooth gliding after five decades upkeep, upbeat music, and upstanding gentlemen who know how to ask a gal to dance despite having untimely sweaty palms.