Wolf Studios provides fun and effective fitness classes in a variety of trimming and toning disciplines. Your 10-session pass lets you try out the muscle-modifying class of your choice to build an ideal hybrid regimen. Twirlers ages 16 and up of all abilities can select seductive pole dance to add some sizzle to their step. Don heels as you gain confidence with the pole, spinning through choreographed mini dance routines to maximize weight loss and minimize future firehouse traffic jams. Kickboxing provides an intensive all-over workout, and your choice of black or pink gloves with wraps ensure flashing fists are fashionable. Those looking for head-to-toe sculpting and strength may opt for Pilates classes, which come fully outfitted with a mat for future stretching sessions. See the schedule to help you choose your method of heart-pounding healthifying.
BayView Event Center takes on the gustatory burden of planning parties, bridal events, or holiday gatherings with an expansive catering menu of gourmet appetizers and intricately arranged party platters. Soirees start on a bite-size note with starters that include an assortment of toasted and seasoned baguette canapés ($58 for 25 pieces), such as roasted pork dolloped with a savory jalapeño-and-blackberry marmalade. Salads and veggie, fruit, meat, cheese, and bread platters serve 12–18 people or 300–400 famished pixies. Deadliest catch the chilled Atlantic salmon plate ($75), a piscatorial trencher that dresses the eponymous fish as cold smoked lox with a dill-mustard sauce and capers, plank-grilled with mango salsa, and sous vide with a basil garlic-butter infusion. International dishes, such as the mediterranean platter ($90), inspire guests to pen odes to Grecian urns while munching on morsels such as spanakopita (miniature spinach pies), stuffed roma greek salad with an ouzo aioli, and beef and chicken gyro roulades with tzatziki sauce.
Crowds jet to the Eden Prairie’s Flying Cloud Airport for the 2011 AirExpo held by Wings of the North, taking up-close ganders at vintage planes, meeting the historic heroes who flew them, and indulging in other avian entertainments. Explore a period-plane petting zoo during the two-day fair, wandering amid historical and working aircraft such as the P-51C Mustang or popping into the cockpit for a tour of the B-25 bomber Miss Mitchell. Meet a Tuskegee airman and a Black Sheep squadron pilot from World War II, rub elbows with Vietnam veterans, or figure out how Ben Franklin trained kites to drop bombs in the Hall of Legends. Classic cars and military vehicles crash the plane party, adding more grounded mechanics to the weekend.
Roger Bean, the creator and director of the popular off-Broadway musical The Marvelous Wonderettes, trucked the show's original creative troupe to the Plymouth Playhouse, transforming the theater into a nostalgic '50s gymnasium. Join song leaders Betty Jean, Cindy Lou, Missy, and Suzy as they entertain the 1958 Springfield High prom with malt-shop classics such as "Lollipop," "It's My Party," and "It's In His Kiss (The Shoop Shoop Song)." As the girls croon through the most anticipated night of their teenage lives, the audience learns, through hilarious storytelling, of their big dreams, inevitable heartbreaks, and where each girl stands on the critical Chevy small block vs. big block issue.