Things To Do In Holt


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  • EDRU Skatarama, Skatin' Station, The New Rink
    Vibrant, neon colors coat walls surrounding the glossy rinks at Edru SkateARama, where experienced staff members monitor skaters of all ages in a family-friendly environment. Equipped with rented wheels, skaters glide along smooth surfaces under colorful lights to the beat of lively music. Their family members, perched along the rink's perimeter in stadium-style seats, watch or take bets on who can do a figure eight the fastest. Novice skaters brush up on rolling skills during beginners lessons taught by skilled instructors. Skaters can take a break from four-wheeled footwear to take up electronic arms in the laser-tag battle arena, vanquishing vested foes and soliciting references for space-marine-officer school applications. Meanwhile, rumbling stomachs are silenced with bites of pizza or trips to the on-site ice-cream shop, which serves up swirls of soft serve doused with fudge or balanced atop cones.
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    1891 Cedar St
    HOLT, Michigan US
  • The New Rink
    Vibrant colors coat walls surrounding the glossy rinks at The New Rink, where experienced staff members monitor skaters of all ages in a family-friendly environment. Equipped with rented wheels, skaters glide along smooth surfaces under colorful lights to the beat of lively music. Their family members, perched along the rink's perimeter, watch or take bets on who can do a figure eight the fastest. Skaters can take a break from four-wheeled footwear to play arcade games, silence rumbling stomachs with bites of pizza or other snacks, or enjoy The New Rink's recently opened Bounce Zone, which includes a Mickey Mouse-themed house for kids 5 and younger, Toy Story-themed house for kids 7 and younger, obstacle course, and inflatable sports arena.
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    1891 N. Cedar St.
    Holt, MI US
  • Friends of Ingham County Parks
    They're local business owners. They're community and family members. They're moms and dads, nature lovers, and beauty appreciators. They're the Friends of Ingham County Parks, and they want to preserve and enhance the beauty and recreation found throughout local parks. The nonprofit corporation arranges fishing trips for kids, organizes fundraising festivals, and arranges a concert series in the Lake Lansing Band Shell. Its projects over the years have included building playgrounds, installing drinking fountains throughout the Ingham County landscape. They welcome guests to visit any of the parks or events, donate a little money, or apply for full membership to lend a hand.
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    Mason, MI US
  • Courthouse Pub
    Backed by more than 30 combined years of experience, Missy Bailey and Gayle Beery unite their abundant skills while working to foster beauty and relaxation.Within the laid-back confines of Cut Me Loose Hair and Nail Studio, these stylists grip scissors and work with men, women, and kids to craft cuts that radiate style like runway models hooked up to sunlamps. Missy and Gayle can fortify strands with deep-conditioning treatments or render heads a new hue using products form brands such as Redken. The beauty experts also pamper appendages with mani-pedis and whisk away fuzz with a lineup of facial-waxing services.
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    160 West Maple Street
    Mason, MI US
  • Wooden Nickel Saloon and Cafe
    Grab a bite at Dansville's Wooden Nickel Saloon and Cafe. Wooden Nickel Saloon and Cafe is a jackpot for those looking for low-fat and gluten-free meal options. Ready for a drink to unwind? At Wooden Nickel Saloon and Cafe, you can pair your meal with something from their full bar. Bring the Wooden Nickel Saloon and Cafe's great food to your place. The parking lot near Wooden Nickel Saloon and Cafe will have you in and out in a jiffy. If you don't want a night that will cost you an arm and a leg but you do want a delicious meal, come to Wooden Nickel Saloon and Cafe.
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    1382 East Mason Street
    Dansville, MI US
  • CrossFit Sanction
    At CrossFit Sanction, instructors break fitness success down into three distinct categories. The first is proper technique: the platform for any good fitness regimen. New CrossFitters learn the proper movements the first time they enter the gym, limiting the chance of injury. The second is the effective use of the body's muscle systems??specifically those that allow for fast bursts of speed, long tests of endurance, or powerful feats of strength. Finally, there's mobility: the stretching and calisthenics part of CrossFit that keeps athletes nimble, healthy, and limboing under barbells.
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    2340 Gunn Road
    Delhi Charter Township, MI US
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