Kids Activities in Moberly


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  • Maples Repertory Theater
    In its nine years as a professional theater company, the Maples Repertory Theatre has expanded its production schedule from three to six full-scale shows, as well as staging occasional cabaret concerts. "No one really expects a town the size of Macon to support professional theatre," says Artistic Director Todd Davison. "We are proving that great theatre is valued by people even if they don't live in a metropolitan area." The company produces its shows at the historic Royal Theatre, named because of the moat that once encircled the VIP seats. Built in 1889, the intimate, 400-seat venue was originally an opera house and underwent an extensive renovation in the 1990s.
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    102 N Rubey St
    Macon, MO US
  • Perche Creek
    The course at Perche Creek Golf Club is comprised of 18 par-3 holes that gently introduce beginners to the game while still challenging veterans with ample opportunities for short-game improvement. Nine ponds delineate the holes and loom large as players line up their attacks from the tee, ready to gulp down errant shots. The flat layout allows players to nail down their iron distances, a crucial ingredient for proper course management. On nice evenings, course superintendents turn on the front nine's area lights, making for easier night play without having to give an alien a Walkman in exchange for plutonium golf balls. Perche Creek's driving range gives players a variety of targets to attack from 50 hitting stations and 20 synthetic-grass mats, earning it a spot on Golf Range Magazine's list of the top 100 ranges in the nation. The club also encompasses an 18-hole miniature-golf course, which challenges players with curvy putting corridors flanked by rocks and water hazards.
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    5500 W Van Horn Tavern Rd.
    Columbia, MO US
  • Empire Roller Rink
    Throughout the week, Empire Roller Rink owners Willie and Lisa Trent connect with members of their community by hosting skating lessons, hockey games, and public skating sessions. Willie's father opened the rink in 1938, now Lisa teaches artistic and basic skating lessons, and Willie often disc jockeys skating sessions, pulling tracks from a digital library, which includes a selection of worship songs he breaks out for Friday Christian skate nights. Empire Roller Rink is also home to the Artistic Skate Club, a team that practices creative and competitive skating and travels to competitions across the country in a giant 15-passenger motorized rollerskate.
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    1305 Bus Loop
    Columbia, MO US
  • Horsin' Around
    Horsin' Around Natural Horsemanship’s horse whisperer equips horse-riding adventure seekers of all types for equestrian success via in-depth riding lessons. Over the course of three one-hour classes, roan riders learn a host of horseback-riding skills, including tips on grooming and mounting, how to use riding equipment, and methods to care for horses and coax them into speaking. After teaching caballeros about mare care, Horsin’ Around imbues participants with techniques for controlled riding and bridling their steeds. Upon winning over prized ponies through strong eye contact and equine mind control, students can saddle up and explore the grounds' 13 acres of verdant pastures, ride around the 1.5-acre pond, or practice horse high jumps in the sand and grass riding arenas.
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    5950 North Boothe Lane
    Rocheport, MO US
  • Notes for Life
    Though Gabriel has had a gift for music since he was 13, he knows that mastery over the piano is a lifelong journey. He still practices more than four hours a day, whittling his fingers down into more perfect instruments. Gabriel helps students hone their own skills with his lesson enterprise, Notes for Life, which shares its name with his debut album, a winding auditory road of funk and jazz.
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    1729 W Broadway, #10b
    Columbia, MO US
  • Fulton Bowling Center
    At Fulton Bowling Center, patrons pummel pins across 16 lanes and fuel up with pizza, sandwiches, and drinks at the Ten Pin Cafe. Tournaments and leagues facilitate competitive rivalries or guests can angle cue balls on pool tables and quell a hunger for blinking ghosts at the arcade. The alley welcomes all kinds of people, including herds of field tripping children and bands of adults attending leisurely office get-togethers or bands of adults playing hooky from work.
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    530 Commons Dr.
    Fulton, MO US
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