Activities in Broad Ripple


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  • Tee It Up Card
    The Tee It Up Card invites golfers to tour eight Indianapolis-area courses with discounted access. Participating courses include Yorktown’s The Players Club at Woodland Trails, where players roam across a 6,934-yard circuit of bentgrass fairways and greens, and Golf Club of Indiana, a famed course where Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Gary Player have all sought out birdies and searched for the secret place where Walter Hagen buried his gold. Specific discounts vary from course to course, but typically consist of heavily discounted greens fees or free greens fees with payment of the cart fee. In addition, each course offers cardholders additional deals, such as free or discounted range balls, club-fitting services, or marked-down pro-shop merchandise.
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    P.O. Box 30952
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • 10-01 Food and Drink
    10-01 Food and Drink serves up tasty American cuisine in a trendy decor. There are no low-fat options here, though, so save a few extra calories for your next visit. Drinks all around! Pair your dinner with a beverage from 10-01 Food and Drink's full bar. 10-01 Food and Drink is great for families with kids. For some fresh air during the non-winter months, dine outside on 10-01 Food and Drink's patio. The perfect place for a large party, 10-01 Food and Drink will comfortably host your friends and family. 10-01 Food and Drink tosses the jacket-and-tie dress code convention in favor of a more casual dining experience. If time is of the essence, 10-01 Food and Drink's take-out option may be a better fit. For convenience, diners can park in a neighboring lot. Prices tend towards the moderate side, with the average tab at 10-01 Food and Drink running under $30 per person. 10-01 Food and Drink accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and all major credit cards.
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    1001 Broad Ripple Ave
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Phoenix Fitness and Training
    The staff of Phoenix Fitness and Training aim to create an environment that encourages active and healthy lifestyles. They start with a gym that looks more like a Manhattan apartment. The inviting space, characterized by dark hardwood flooring, exposed vents, and holograms of Woody Allen, creates a comfortable, homey affect. The crew leads personal training in the space, and organizes team training excursions designed to ready exercisers for big events, including the Ironman Triathlon.
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    6201 Winthrop Avenue
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • IntoSalsa
    IntoSalsa’s Latin performances have graced Governor Mitch Daniels’ inauguration ball and won accolades from Nuvo, and its dance classes have honed thousands of students’ senses of rhythm. Weekly classes stratified by skill level guide dancers through Latin modalities such as traditional salsa and salsa rueda, a variation that requires frequent partner switches. Instructors also lead sessions in burlesque, belly dancing, and other sultry non-Latin performance arts. These kinesthetic learning experiences take place in the 1,500-square-foot studio, where sun from skylights and windows glints off the hardwood floor. Alternatively, weekly Latin and salsa nights at local nightclubs teach twirling and dipping choreography and feature informal lessons set to beats from IntoSalsa’s three-person DJ team. IntoSalsa’s leadership, Yang Xiao and Erin Lamb, founded the dance haven a decade ago, and in the interim they have spearheaded the outfit’s philanthropic efforts, including raising more than $10,000 in disaster-relief funds and many a roof.
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    6335 Guilford Ave.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Monon Trail
    Originally built in 1847 as a rail-trail, The Monon Trail winds 10.4 miles through Indy’s residential neighborhoods, parks, schools, and commercial districts, from 10th Street to 96th Street, where it merges with Carmel’s Monon Greenway. Since 2003 it’s been a hugely popular place to ride bikes, run, walk dogs, or take a leisurely stroll.
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    900 East 64th Street
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Mother Nature's Sun
    Employing 5,000-year-old Ayurvedic techniques, Mother Nature’s Sun focuses on melting away stress with sound therapy that utilizes vibrational energy to soothe acupressure points and tension. Owner Wendy Morrison has gleaned valuable alternative-health expertise over the last 10 years, buttressing her knowledge of massage therapy with environmentally friendly methods that improve physical and spiritual health. In addition to Wendy, a talented staff of professionals assists in providing holistic-healing solutions. Sound-therapy sessions begin with a oneness blessing and a set intention for the session. Tuning forks and body tuners open up chakras and clear obstructed energy in order to relieve ailments such as pain, depression, and anxiety. Treatments help release old patterns and pave the road to self-discovery. Cure ailments and shed stress from weary soul-sacks with today’s side deal.
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    6516 Ferguson St
    Indianapolis, IN US

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