Activities in Kitchener


Four Beginners' Horseback-Riding Lessons for One or Two at Fire Fly Stables (Up to 58% Off)

Fire Fly Stables

Fire Fly Stables

Instructors help riders feel comfortable with their mounts and teach them the basics of horseback riding

C$178.54 C$75

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One or Three Private 60-Minute Horseback-Riding Lessons at Twisted Pine Farm (Up to 57% Off)

Twisted Pine Farm

Bright

Coaching staff helps both beginner and advanced riders advance their riding and horsemanship skills

C$50 C$25

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C$25 for Horseback Riding Lessons for One at JL Equestrian Centre Inc (C$60 Value)

JL Equestrian Centre Inc

JL Equestrian Centre Inc

Two experienced trainers provide students with their expertise, equipment, and trained horses to learn basics in an indoor arena

C$60 C$25

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Paintball Day for Two or Four at Flag Raiders (Up to 53% Off)

Flag Raiders

Victoria North

60-acre outdoor field with battlefields, shelters, and artillery, with players breaking for on-field instruction and barbecue lunch

C$74 C$39

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C$20 for Two Private Lessons, One Group Lesson, and Four Parties at Fred Astaire Dance Studio (C$150 Value)

Fred Astaire Dance Studio -- Kitchener

Fred Astaire Dance Studio

Studio cofounded by Fred Astaire trains students with a curriculum that breaks social dances down into easily combined components

C$150 C$20

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Harlem Globetrotters Game at Kitchener Memorial Auditorium on Thursday, February 12, 2015 at 7 p.m. (Up to 41% Off)

Harlem Globetrotters

Memorial Auditorium

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Ball-spinning antics abound as this world-famous exhibition basketball team dazzles in a comic and athletic performance

C$77.40 C$46

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Flag Raiders ensures fierce competition with multiple outdoor fields that are marked by a variety of obstacles, terrains, scenarios, and setups. Paintballers and their friends can traipse through an urban cityscape, firing colourful orbs past buildings or over six full-size cars while dodging stern jaywalking cops. On the turfed speedball pitch, prowlers quickly take cover behind inflatable obstacles and advance before getting splat tagged.
259 Gage Ave.
Kitchener,
ON
CA
Flag Raiders ensures fierce competition with multiple outdoor fields that are marked by a variety of obstacles, terrains, scenarios, and setups. Paintballers and their friends can traipse through an urban cityscape, firing colourful orbs past buildings or over six full-size cars while dodging stern jaywalking cops. On the turfed speedball pitch, prowlers quickly take cover behind inflatable obstacles and advance before getting splat tagged.
425 Bingemans Centre Drive
Kitchener,
ON
CA
Although there are few online reviews of Tri-City Scuba Centre, the business was featured in the Guelph Mercury and in a video piece produced by the newspaper that can viewed here.
300 Trillium Dr
Kitchener,
ON
CA
Under new management, and celebrating its grand re-opening, The Paintball Arena is once again filled with the sounds and splatters of paint-filled combat. In the village, paintballers slink through 16-foot-wide streets and pop off rainbow-coloured rounds, ferretting opposing players out from behind wooden structures. The village is one of the indoor fields at The Paintball Arena’s 42,000-square-foot facility. The arena also houses a speedball court for fast-paced games of reactionary strategy. Referees monitor all matches and oversee games of Zombies, Capture the Flag, Protect the Castle, and more. After splatter-tagging friends, teams can retire to the second-floor lounge, replete with private booths and tall windows that overlook the paintball battlegrounds.
69 Agnes St
Kitchener,
ON
CA
Since 1902, The Kitchener Lawn Bowling Club has united the thrill of competition with the leisure of a sunny backyard thanks to lawn bowling—a sport whose roots extend deep into the 12th century in cultures across the globe. Today, the club hosts social matches and lessons on its immaculate greens surrounded by shaded benches, flowerbeds, and picnic tables. Membership grants free lessons as well as access to the clubhouse stocked with trophies, photographs, and memorabilia from throughout its history. At night, floodlights illuminate the field, providing a full view of evening games and preventing confused players from trying to hit the moon with every toss.
169 Wentworth Avenue
Kitchener,
ON
CA
The Preston Figure Skating Club trains skaters in everything from basic techniques to complex jumps and spins. Students start out in the preschool program, where they learn how to glide over the ice. They then move up through lessons until they develop the skills they need to compete. Hockey lessons build on basic skating techniques by teaching students how to move quickly over the ice in pads.
1407 Hamilton St
Cambridge,
ON
CA
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