The experienced instructors at Total Wreck Divers introduce fledgling aquanauts to the world of subaqueous exploration with a one-hour Discover Scuba class. The session kicks off with an informative lesson about the fundamentals of self-contained underwater breathing, including how to assemble equipment, operate gear, and blend in when crashing a dolphin’s birthday party. Once nascent Cousteaus are sufficiently schooled, pupils suit up and snuggle into the heated onsite swimming pool to train for open water situations with balmy drills and exercises. Total Wreck Divers provides students with all the required gear for the class, allowing dive-dabblers to leave their hand-knitted aqualungs at home. As an added bonus, Groupon holders receive 20% off of the beginner PADI Open Water Certification course when booking at the time of their Discover Scuba class, so those heading south this winter can get certified in-town before their departure.
My Zumba Fitness dusts the dance floor with hypnotic Latin rhythms that sculpt muscles, pump heartbeats, and burn calories. The ten-class punch card ($100) pampers participants by allowing access to all the classes offered at five participating locations, including basic skills classes intended for all fitness levels and high-energy toning classes. Zumba blends the rapturous rhythms of salsa, merengue, samba, flamenco, and more to trim figures in a fun environment. In the name of variety, the music and steps at My Zumba Fitness evolve on a regular basis so booties don’t get bored after consecutive classes. See the class schedule listed on the My Zumba Fitness home page for upcoming offerings.
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When it opened in 1922, Cedarhurst Golf Club wasn't an 18-hole course. It wasn't even a nine-hole course, a driving range, or an early simulator made with a scrolling painted screen. It opened with just three holes, and remained that way for four years until renowned architect Stanley Thompson came along to bring it up to a nine-hole layout. Mr. Thompson himself would go on to a decorated career as a course architect, designing courses such as Banff Springs and Jasper Park and founding the American Society of Golf Course Architects. Cedarhurst, meanwhile, continued to expand, with a clubhouse built in 1935 and a back nine designed by Bert Turcotte that was added in 1964.
Today players pass through that original clubhouse en route to a round on the 18-hole course. They might notice a marked difference between the front and back nines, primarily between Thompson's narrow fairways and small greens on the front and Turcotte's extreme length and large greens on the back. Even so, the most difficult hole is the par 3 third, where players must crush a 243-yard tee shot while being careful to avoid the out-of-bounds area that runs down the right side.