Fountain Valley Skating celebrates roller-skating as both a family-friendly recreational activity and a sport. During fun-filled open sessions on the spacious rink, families spin around in rented skates to an upbeat soundtrack. Birthday boys and girls celebrate their special days with music, ice cream, and zooming around the rink with all of their friends. Little ones learn to safely move on their wheels during tiny-tot sessions, and adults mingle over coffee and skate to a delightfully old-timey soundtrack of organ music and auto-tuned Franklin Roosevelt speeches.
Fountain Valley Skating fosters creative expression and athletic prowess through its figure-skating classes. Led by title-holding champs, the classes cover how to jump, spin, and balance on roller skates. After burning up to 200 calories per hour on the rink, visitors can take a breather and relax with arcade games.
Frogs have evolved to be experts at jumping. Children are pretty good at it, too, though that’s more due to the supply of potential energy in their legs than anything else. Yet at Frogg’s Bounce House, tykes can ask advice from an expert as they bounce and play with Dancing Frogalina, a grown-up, felt-covered amphibian. Dancing Frogalina can show children how to jump with ease and breathe through their skin while they leap across 9,000 square feet of inflatable slides and fortresses.
Founded by a mom to give fellow parents a safe, fun place for their kids to play and exercise, Frogg’s Bounce House entertains all ages. Apart from its inflatable slides and obstacles, the jump emporium also boasts train tables, books, building blocks, a play house, fun cars, and a toddler gym for wee ones. Older siblings can play air-hockey, race through an obstacle course, or catch a flick in the movie lounge. Parents, meanwhile, can watch their progeny from the comfort of a seating area or they can surf the free WiFi or watch the game on TV.
The sounds of clopping hooves echo across the hills of the historic OC Fairgrounds, where visiting riders grasp the reins as horses gallop across Vogel Equine's three jumping arenas. Never far behind, the facility’s experienced instructors watch for proper form and ensure the safety of their students during hunter and jumper-style lessons and training programs.
Students come to Vogel Equine from all backgrounds to learn proper saddling techniques and riding styles or to work closely with the facility’s four-legged staff during horse fitness programs. The instructors certainly oblige them, tailoring curriculums that grant firsthand experience in the saddle or stable. Professionally trained lesson horses and ponies assist with daily lessons while sale horses toss and turn on their beds of hay, dreaming of the day when they will be united with a steed-less rider.
Inflatable Fun Factory of Orange County’s sprawling air-filled obstacle courses measure anywhere from 45 to 120 feet and send play-time adventurers climbing through secret holes, scaling up stairs, and zooming down slides. Impeccably constructed and safely maintained, the inflatable courses enchant kids and tease countless porcupines alongside a selection of giant slides and roomy bounce houses.
Located inside the Orange County Market Place, the inflatables keep youngsters occupied while parents kick back under canopies and peruse the snacks, clothes, and live music of neighboring vendors. In addition to hosting all-day bounce sessions every Saturday and Sunday, the Inflatable Fun Factory rents its stock to parties and fundraisers for four to six hours at a time.
One More Productions is not a typical repertory theatre company, but a unique production company that mounts, stages and produces live theatre at a professional level and at an affordable price. Housed at The Historic GEM Theater in Garden Grove, CA.
At Westminster Lanes, pins crash from the early morning until late at night. Here, players strap their feet into rental shoes and select the optimal ball for knocking down those poor pins, who just got back on their feet. Toes start tapping during Rock 'n' Bowl on weekends, and the alley occasionally hosts live entertainment, such as comedy shows.