On a sweltering day with the air abuzz with mosquitos, Eddie Reznicek stood on a miniature golf course marveling at how many people were outside putting. Determined to create a more comfortable mini golfing space, he opened The Family Fun Center XL in Omaha in 1982, where guests could play indoor golf and nearly 100 video games in the arcade. These days, a new facility shelters a black-lit 18-hole course themed around video-game heroes, heroines, and the windmills who loved them, and the arcade enthralls gamers with classics such as air hockey, skeeball, and four-player Mario Kart on 27-inch flat-screen TVs.
At the Lazer Maze, participants channel their inner spy while swiftly snaking through alarm-system lasers. This spy theme also is evident in the three-level laser-tag arena, where players dodge enemy fire amid flashing lights to soundtracks from James Bond movies. Elsewhere, a 2,500-square-foot arena littered with bunkers, crumbling brick walls, and sniper towers accommodates 7-minute paintball games or bazooka-ball battles.
A licensed and insured company, Fun Services has equipped events with entertainment and eats for more than 30 years. Within Fun Services' inventory, concession stands with Fun Services?supplied catering await to dot midways alongside carnival sports games such as a basketball toss and high-speed pitching. A Lil Bubba train showcases its ability to escort visitors from parking areas or transport tots in ovular trips around fairgrounds, and mechanical bulls compete to fling riders higher into afternoon skies. Additionally, a menagerie of bounce houses and a 22-foot rock-climbing wall stand ready to test gravitational pulls
Laser tagging is a pastime enjoyed by children and adult children alike, mixing the elements of strategy, accuracy, and inevitable fits of fun. In the multilevel neon arena, taggers slink into the shadowy mist to surprise their opponents, or take a Zeus-eye view, zapping bolts of lasers from above. As a warning, some strobe-light effects will be used to intensify the battle's excitement and celebratory break dancing.
With eyes and lenses trained to translate fleeting moments into lasting imagery, Deyo's Photography's snapshooting sharpshooters capture memorable expressions during each session in the well-equipped studio. Over the course of each sitting—which typically lasts between 30 to 60 minutes—pose holders place their stamp on posterity as Deyo's camera crew preserves slices of life using a means more efficient than costly oil paintings or pressing subjects in wax paper. Choose a family or individual session to showcase singular singles or populated clans, or opt for a children's session to capture the innocence of youth before it swiftly melts into teenage angst and hormone-driven lycanthropy.
Balance Matters' experienced massage therapists promote healthy and stress-free living with a duo of hour-long, holistic massages. Indulge in a body-purifying detox massage, which utilizes a combination of massage techniques, aromatic essential oils, and holistic detoxification methods to relieve stress. The soothing session also works to help heal and clarify the lymphatic system by gently extracting toxins and nanogoblins. The hot stone massage, like a game of neolithic bowling, employs strategically-placed stones to score major relaxation points. Balance Matter's muscle mavens place the heated stones upon various locations along the back, improving the flow of blood and calming tensed muscles.
Omaha's Premier Portrait Studio. Specialists in family portraiture for over 29 years . From young family/maternity portraits thru large multi-generational family groups, we make it fun and easy to get the portrait that's just perfect for your style and taste.