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At Steve DeMasco's Shaolin Studios, Grandmaster DeMasco and his staff of instructors illuminate students of all ages in the nuances of Martial Arts. Himself a vastly experienced practitioner of Martial Arts, DeMasco specializes in kung fu and teaches his pupils not only the fundamentals of the sport, but also the importance of self-respect, discipline, and not just learning from old kung fu movies. Each instructor here also brings their own high level of cred to their classes. As practitioners of Shaolin martial arts?the ancient predecessor of all martial arts?they're all internationally certified by the Shaolin Temple in China.
360 Connecticut Ave
Norwalk,
CT
US
We are a secondary ticket brokerage that sells Sold Out Event tickets at up to 99% off face value. This is through a penny-auction style market where there is one winner, and all users that purchase bid credits and lose are fully reimburse.d
24 Danbury Road
Wilton,
CT
US
Sono Field House was featured in the Daily Norwalk and the Hour, and has more than 600 Facebook fans.
365 Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Drive
Norwalk,
CT
US
The flipper-clad minds behind Oceanblue Divers live and breathe below the sea?and they're bent on helping others do the same. But while their expertise pervades every aspect of scuba adventuring, their facility's offerings can be boiled down to three deep-diving categories: training, gear, and travel. The Training: Cookies are central to the Oceanblue Divers training philosophy?but not in any edible form. The PADI-certified instructors instead view baking as the antithesis of their diver-training program. Nobody can learn to dive through rote steps and precise measurements, they believe, but rather only by becoming comfortable through and through with the gear, the techniques, and the ocean's depths. Hence the curriculum: a mix of classroom instruction and pool practice augmented by real-world anecdotes from the instructors. A notable absence? Recipes. The Gear: The onsite shop stocks equipment from some of the top scuba brands in the world, including Aqua Lung, Scubapro, Henderson, Mares, Liquivision, and more. Divers can also shop on-the-go by browsing everything from dive bags to gauges in the online store. The Travel: The Bahamas, Indonesia, the Cayman Islands?such tropical locales are par for the course when it comes to Oceanblue Divers' adventures, upon which all skill levels are welcome. The team can also function as full-service dive travel agents, building custom vacations for divers with specific destinations in mind, such as Cozumel or their neighbor's hot tub.
144 Water Street
Norwalk,
CT
US
Oak Hills Golf Course opened for play in 1969 under the direction of architect Alfred H. Tull, who also helped design such renowned courses as Brandywine, Congressional, and Westchester Country Clubs. The 18-hole layout bears many features that became design traits of Mr. Tull's throughout his illustrious seven-decade career. The course is characterized by dense, tree-lined fairways with curved features, rolling terrain with elevation changes, and large green designs that showcase his inability to draw a perfect circle. Golfers must wield their putters confidently to slay the aggressive greens on holes such as No. 5, a par 3 with a 195-yard tee shot with forced carry over water, and No. 11, with its sharp dogleg fairway and right-to-left sloping green protected by numerous bunkers. Though a public course, Oak Hillls offers many of the amenities found at a private club. Among these include eight tennis courts and an onsite restaurant, ideal for posting "lost golf ball" signs and celebrating after a day on the fairways. Course at a Glance 18-hole, par 71 course Total length of 6,317 yards from the back tees Course rating of 70.3 from the back tees Slope of 133 from the back tees Three sets of tees Scorecard
165 Fillow Street
Norwalk,
CT
US
Oak Hills Golf Course opened for play in 1969 under the direction of architect Alfred H. Tull, who also helped design such renowned courses as Brandywine, Congressional, and Westchester Country Clubs. The 18-hole layout bears many features that became design traits of Mr. Tull's throughout his illustrious seven-decade career. The course is characterized by dense, tree-lined fairways with curved features, rolling terrain with elevation changes, and large green designs that showcase his inability to draw a perfect circle. Golfers must wield their putters confidently to slay the aggressive greens on holes such as No. 5, a par 3 with a 195-yard tee shot with forced carry over water, and No. 11, with its sharp dogleg fairway and right-to-left sloping green protected by numerous bunkers. Though a public course, Oak Hillls offers many of the amenities found at a private club. Among these include eight tennis courts and an onsite restaurant, ideal for posting "lost golf ball" signs and celebrating after a day on the fairways. Course at a Glance 18-hole, par 71 course Total length of 6,317 yards from the back tees Course rating of 70.3 from the back tees Slope of 133 from the back tees Three sets of tees Scorecard
165 Fillow Street
Norwalk,
CT
US
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