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  • Prairie Life Fitness Lincoln
    Led by more than 1,000 wellness experts at locations in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Tennessee, the more than 30,000 members of Prairie Life Fitness have discovered why the company slogan is "Fitness for the Entire Family." The certified trainers and instructors cater to exercisers of various ages and abilities, all within an upscale, welcoming atmosphere. Kids take advantage of engaging childcare activities and youth programs, including swimming lessons, martial arts, and story time. Meanwhile, parents can workout on the latest equipment, including stationary cycles and Pilates machines. Guests can also relax with amenities such as massage therapy, tanning beds, and a whirlpool powered by wholesale bags of Pop Rocks.
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    330 West P St.
    Lincoln, NE US
  • Omaha Beef Football
    Pulverizing opponents for the past 11 seasons, the Omaha Beef delight their devout fan base, known as the Meatheads, with hardnosed football matches and high-flying aerial attacks. Plunk down in a gridiron level seat ($139.10 per person; tax included) for the entire season of hard-hitting histrionics as the Beef look to terrorize their IFL opponents and capitalize on their 2009 division championship. The team's home at the Omaha Civic Auditorium, dubbed the Slaughter House, also plays host to the lovely ladies of the Omaha Beef prime dancers, as well as the rump roasters, a male dance team that brings elegance and grace to each porterhouse-themed pom-pom routine. Groupon purchasers also receive an Omaha Beef T-shirt (up to $26.75 value; tax included).
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    7300 Q Street
    Ralston, NE US
  • Omaha Lancers
    The Omaha Lancers skated into existence with a first-season record of 0-48-0 almost a quarter century ago, a slightly inglorious beginning that left plenty of room for improvement. Since then, the amateur hockey franchise has grown stronger, played harder, and swung its great hockey sickle with ever-increasing authority to harvest 13 championships—more than any other USHL franchise. Settle back slaphappily into a second-level seat and, like a cold sponge on the neck of a sweaty boxer, soak in the sights of puck ricochets, skillful checks, and blade-sprayed ice shavings as the Lancers launch their season by making hockey war with the Fighting Saints.
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    7300 Q Street
    Ralston, NE US
  • Boulder Creek Amusement Park
    Controlling your hands when putting a golf ball can be a challenge in and of itself. Try to sink a testy putt after scaling a 24-foot wall, and that challenge takes it to another level. Boulder Creek Amusement Park offers the opportunity to try each. The outdoor fun center boasts an 18-hole mini golf course lined by waterfalls, streams, and greenery. On the same grounds, guests grasp holds as they ascend the climbing wall. For additional tests of hand-eye coordination, an 8-stall batting cage challenges batters with both baseball and slow- and fast-pitch softball deliveries.
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    14208 S Street
    Omaha, NE US
  • Cox Classic Presented by Lexus
    At the Cox Classic, world-renowned club swingers battle for PGA Tour positioning on 200 acres of well-maintained fairways designed by golf course architect Jeffrey Brauer. Onlookers enjoy a panoramic view of players navigating through an 18-hole course featuring impeccable maintained greens and molds for creating sand trap castles. A one-day clubhouse ticket grants fans admission to the Champions Run clubhouse, access to the Champions Run golf shop, and an opportunity to witness skillfully executed golf cart wheelies.
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    13800 Eagle Run Drive
    Omaha, NE US
  • No Coast Derby Girls
    Competitors in the Women's Flat Track Derby Association, the No Coast Derby Girls field female athletes from all walks of life?from business owners to journalists?into two rosters of speedy skaters and crafty blockers known as the Mad Maxines and the Road Warriors. Around an oval track at the Pershing Center, the teams face off against visiting competitors in hard-hitting bouts where each squad attempts to tally points by blocking defenders so one skater, known as a jammer, can squeeze through or dart around the pack. Referees preside over each match, ensuring defenders don't slow down opponents with unlawful hits or phony school-zone signs.
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    226 Centennial Mall South
    Lincoln, NE US