The range does not loan out firearms, but shooting rests, spotting scopes, ear muffs, safety gear, and other accessories are available.
San Joaquin Rifle & Pistol Range's CEO, Christine Z?dor, gets to relive her childhood each and every day she shows up for work. Ms. Z?dor grew up on the range, where she forged fond memories learning to shoot alongside Ervin Z?dor, her father and the original owner?who also happened to be a gold medalist in water polo. Just like her dad, Ms. Z?dor possesses a competitive spirit. She's an avid shooter in the USPSA, and she hopes to draw more women into the sport through her range's Ladies' Shooting Club.
Deck The Walls has been framing and shadowboxing posters, paintings, and memorabilia of all shapes and sizes since 1981. Calling on a combined 70 years of experience, the resident designers help customers to make sense of hundreds of frames designed in various woods, styles, colors, and finishes. Deck The Walls also empowers frame owners with lifetime guarantees on all framing jobs that don't involve live cobras.
Crunching metal and the sweet smell of burning rubber prevail as the Monster X Tour invades the Ocean Center, thrilling all ages in an action-packed motorsports showcase. Bigfoot, the forefather of all station-wagon smashers, leads a fleet of competitive 10,000-pound monster trucks, including Bear Foot and Black Knight, through jaw-dropping races, wheelie contests, and freestyle car composting. Transaurus, a two-story transforming robot that never learned to love, buries his woes by chomping entire cars in his massive jaws while watching reruns of Felicity. Before the show, VIP tickets also grant access to the Pit Party, where fans can have autographs signed by the drivers. During intermission, fans get the opportunity to eschew sea level with a ride inside a monster truck or visit General Lee from The Dukes of Hazzard and learn its true feelings about excessive hood sliding.
Don your faire finest for an action-packed day of Renaissance fun as a colorful cast of storytellers, musicians, and acrobats resuscitate the past with an invigorating blend of Elizabethan entertainment. Oversized turkey legs complement an appetizing blacksmithing performance, and medievalists can bow down at the throne of Mary, Queen of Scots. Athletically dodge under and around stilt-walkers as you prep your eye-sponges to absorb the gravity-defying juggling and ropewalking of MooNiE the Magnificent. Stroll around the grounds, stocking up on eats, ale, and Renaissance gear before cheering on combating knights and watching historical re-enactments of the origin of social networks.
For years, football fans lobbied for a football field that looked more like a hockey rink. For $10, today's side deal gets you a sideline-seat ticket to a San Jose Wolves home game (a $25 value), or for $20, get a club-level ticket (a $40 value). All seven 2010 home games take place on Saturdays between March 20 and June 12 and begin at 7:15 p.m. at the Cow Palace in Daly City. Watch as the thrilling routes, veers, and tackles that define football take on new meaning in the confinement of a 50-yard field.