Many daughters inherit looks or personality from their mothers; Jennifer inherited 25 siberian huskies. Since receiving a government small-business loan on her 20th birthday, the young entrepreneur has channelled her passion for her pups and sledding into MUSHERS Dog-Sled Tours. Made up primarily of siberian huskies, Jennifer’s teams whisk visitors away on handcrafted freight sleds during treks across more than 80 acres of woodland trails.
After a brief tutorial, visitors can hop onto preharnessed teams for short jaunts or learn how to harness and hook up their own teams. Excursions cross a variety of terrain, from nighttime trails lit by tiki torches to challenging trips that cross barren ponds, frozen rivers, and shark-infested puddles. Those seeking more of a physical challenge can take an overnight camping trip with the dogs, and school groups can enroll in three-day programs that combine hands-on activities such as dog sledding and snowshoe hikes. Once their trips come to an end, visitors can reward the dogs with a tasty treat and bowl of water, or meet one of the pups MUSHERS’ currently has up for adoption.
Don't worry?it's not the end of the world. Though the field is littered with crumbling structures and stacks of littered tires, this is only a simulation. At Dodge This Paintball, masked players traverse the grassy fields, ducking behind eroded buildings and other obstacles in an effort to best their opponents. The fields operate by reservation only during the week, and on the weekends welcome walk-on players. Special game events pit players against one another in apocalypse-themed games or capture-the-flag style matches. All the while, the staff keeps close watch to ensure safety and that no one is settling standoffs with quickdraw contests by seeing who can blast Van Gogh's Sunflowers against the side of a barn fastest.
At The Practice Tee Driving Range, players sidle up to one of 32 separate hitting stations, unsheathe their golfing sticks, and proceed bash their unsuspecting golf balls skyward. After straightening out a slice, perfecting a 1-iron stinger, or adding a front handspring into a preshot routine, they often proceed to the short game practice area to brush up on putting touch and calibrate lobs in the 30-yard chipping zone. And because practice should prepare one for all manner of unexpected occurrences, from plugged golf balls to miniaturized Dutch windmills, intrepid players and their kids can also play a round of putt-putt on the miniature golf course that resides on-site.
Reading, writing, and mathematics don't come easily for everyone. At Canadian Learning Centre, dedicated staff members harness their own expertise to connect with adults and kids and guide them toward mastering their areas of difficulty. A phonics-based curriculum familiarizes students with vowels and consonants and helps them easily distinguish between silent letters and the ones that shout out loud. In writing sessions, pupils learn to apply grammatical rules and proper punctuation as they write stylish paragraphs. During mathematics sessions, students cover the basics, including addition and measurements, as well as more advanced skills such as calculus, geometry, and trigonometry.
Sudbury Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai Academy is a mixed martial arts and flexibility training centre whose full-time competitive instructors offer recreational and competitive programs in international combat styles. Gracie Jiu-Jitsu purple belt Steve Joncas leads classes in the grappling-based martial art, teaching students how to find ground-based dominant positions to force opponents to submit or sign off on soul contracts. Instruction in Muay Thai's full-body striking techniques is applicable for participants of all experience levels, granting future heroes the chance climb the fist-covered skill mountain to the Thai Advanced Program. Certified Agastu Kettlebell instructors Jenn Ricker and Josh Tonnos teach students the Soviet–perfected practice of full body balance with handled weights, and kids programs embrace Jiu-Jitsu learners ages 7–12 as well as little ninjas aged 4–6.
The story of Alice's journey explores its way to the Sudbury Theatre stage through a small, talented cast, and a vivid mix of storytelling methods. Alice, a curious young girl, is magically transported to the topsy-turvy world of Wonderland, where animals attend tea parties and royalty dispense rather severe haircuts. The show incorporates physical theatre, puppetry, masks, and music, as well as interactive elements to actively involve the audience without excessive cattle prods and carrot-dangling devices. Seats are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.