Things To Do In La Habra

Five Pilates Reformer Group Classes with Optional One-on-One Session at One Body Studios (Up to 61% Off)

One Body Studios

La Habra

$125 $49

Students use special Pilates equipment to strengthen their core muscles and improve their alignment

Open Play for Two or Four or Party Package for Up to 15 at Kidz Spot (50% Off)

Kidz Spot

La Habra City

$20 $10

Indoor playground encourages kids ages 6 months to 10 years to develop social and motor skills, expand their imaginations, and stay safe

$69 for $137 $137 Toward One Month of Music Lessons and Registration Fee — Bach 2 Rock Academy of Music

The Bach 2 Rock Academy Of Music

La Habra City

$137 $69

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

One or Two 45-Minute Private Lessons from John Lepak Golf Lessons (Up to 66% Off)

John Lepak Golf Lessons

Multiple Locations

$80 $31

Instructor, who appeared on Golf Channel’s Big Break, oversees academy with 6,000-square-foot putting green and 16 tee boxes

Five Small Group Training Sessions in the Morning or Evening at House of Fundamentals (56% Off)

House of Fundamentals

Multiple Locations

$225 $99

Small group training classes help clients work toward fitness goals and are kept to five students to ensure personalized attention

$20 for 30 Classes from MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass ($350 Value)

MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass

Multiple Locations

$350 $20

Instructors encourage full-body results in a variety of fitness classes supplemented by a success guide and nutritional coaching

One Month of Unlimited Krav Maga or Kickboxing Classes at Frazier Martial Arts (Up to 74% Off)

Frazier Martial Arts

La Habra City

$149 $39

Students develop bodyguard-grade self-defense skills in krav maga classes and get toning, full-body workouts in kickboxing classes

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At the heart of Pepz Pizza and Brew House lies its owners' passion for bettering the community through outreach and service. They show their neighborhood love not only through fundraisers and discounts for the star student, but also with an atmosphere warmer than the sun?s feelings for coconut-scented tanning oil. The pizzeria's hefty menu gives diners loads of options, from specialty pizzas including the vegetarian and a chorizo-topped Mexican-style pie, to crisp salads tossed with barbecue dressing and chicken breast. Pasta, sandwiches, and the house secret-recipe "broasted" chicken hold their own on the menu to the unbridled admiration of second-string dishes at pizzerias everywhere. Once meals have wrapped up, parents can kick back and catch some TV as kids horse around in the arcade and game area.

165 S Harbor Blvd
La Habra,
CA
US

Bowlers on a quest for either recreation or league glory can soak up the retro vibe at La Habra 300 Bowl until at least 11 p.m. every night. On Friday and Saturday, cosmic effects add a festive glow to nocturnal bowling (extra fee), evoking the excitement of outer space without the danger posed by reckless spaceship drivers. The center also offers party packages that furnish groups with lane space and shoes but require partygoers to bring their own cakes.

370 E Whittier Blvd
La Habra,
CA
US

Like any good moms, the founders of Kidz Spot want their kids to do two things: learn and have fun. So when they opened their recreation center for kids ages 6 months to 10 years old, they didn't just furnish it with modular play areas and a miniature climbing wall. They also created a classroom where certified teachers and professional engineers teach workshops in the subjects of reading, writing, math, and science. The classroom, with its picnic tables and hardwood floors, also doubles as a private party room, where kids can nosh on pizza and cake while sitting for temporary tattoos or face painting. Kidz Spot just opened in June of 2014, so the facilities are brand new and monsters haven't had enough time to find it yet.

1403 E Lambert Road, Suite D
La Habra,
CA
US

While many golf instructors compete on professional tours, few can also include the title of “TV star” on their resumés. John Lepak of Renaissance Golf Academy is one of those few: in addition to touring for the better part of a decade, he appeared as a contestant on Golf Channel’s reality show Big Break, which awards pro-tour exemptions to the winner of the show’s various challenges. Students of all levels can gain from John’s expertise and see if he really looks 12 feet tall off camera by enrolling in lessons at his private academy, where they’ll hone putting strokes on a 6,000-square-foot putting green and shore up full swings on the 16-tee driving range. Each lesson incorporates video analysis, providing immediate feedback of golfers’ swing mechanics.

1775 Nabal Rd
La Habra Heights,
CA
US

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