Founded by David Medeiros, an award-winning ballroom dancer, Champion Ballroom Center unleashes inner dancers with expert instruction in a variety of dance forms. Forty-five-minute private classes imbue students' foot-brains with knowledge of ballroom, latin, or swing dance styles. Private lessons are helmed by one of Champion Ballroom Center’s seasoned dance instructors, each veterans of the dance floor and classroom alike. Private sessions may be taken with or without a partner, allowing couples to learn the basics of each other’s movements and solo dancers to absorb techniques by osmosis.
Peek-a-boo Playtown offers lots of active, imaginative play in our child sized “town” which features a house, grocery store, hardware store, school and fire department. Kids will also love playing with the train tables, dinosaurs, LEGO table, large dollhouse, ride-on toys, and in our multilevel climbing structure with slide
The Bear Trap. That's the nickname assigned to the 15th, 16th, and 17th holes on PGA National Resort & Spa's Champion Course, a lighthearted nod to designer Jack "The Golden Bear" Nicklaus?or so you might think. Rather, the formidable stretch of holes has more than earned its fearsome moniker, as PGA Tour pros discover every spring in the Honda Classic. When the pin is back on the 17th hole, Robert Allenby believes it's the hardest course on the Tour, and Mark Wilson?who won the Classic in 2007?conceded he would still be nervous with a colossal six-stroke lead going into 15. When golfers play the Champion Course, they're walking among the divots of golf history; in addition to the annual Honda Classic, the course has hosted the 1983 Ryder Cup and the 1987 PGA Championship.
Along with the Champion Course and The Palmer Course?named after its legendary designer, Arnold Palmer?the resort features three more 18-hole courses, each of which offers its own devilish challenges. To help golfers take on the sprawling, historic courses, renowned instructor David Leadbetter shapes the teaching strategies at the resort's onsite academy.
Visitors pause to admire the vivid colors of original abstract paintings on display. Families sprawl out in the grass while sharing bites of chocolate chicharrones. Burgeoning artists take the stage to sing their hearts out while the crowd listens and sips ales from local breweries such as Jackalope Brewing Company. Who would have thought that this relaxing afternoon is actually doing some hard work? The Made in Nashville event does more than just celebrate local Nashville artisans?it raises money for the Tennessee Literacy Coalition. The coalition provides resources and works with teachers to raise awareness of the state?s adult-literacy needs.