Speed Compound Motocross Park offers a 1.2-mile track of challenging all-natural terrain, with full amenities including viewing towers, a pee-wee track for small bikes, and a concession stand. With today's deal, all-day riders bring their own bikes to churn dust on the track's rig-rattling whoops—a series of small bumps like moguls in skiing—as well as on tricky triple jumps and an off-camber turn. Members will also enjoy discounts on future rides. During a four-hour group lesson, experienced instructors teach riders of all ages and levels strategies for motocross survival, such as how to navigate a tricky jump or slay an army of ravenous zombies with nothing but a wrench and a few drops of motor oil. Speed Compound Motocross Park is open every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Classes allow for 10 riders maximum, so call soon after purchase to reserve your spot.
The instructors at Noah’s Art can see the artist within every child. During classes, summer camps, and birthday parties, they teach children aged 3–14 fine-art techniques with hands-on, playful art experiences. Instructors focus on instilling in children the confidence that comes from creating an original piece and igniting their imagination to allow them to explore their creativity outside of the classroom.
The classes at Herbal Thyme & Tea teach students how to utilize herbs in a variety of ways, whether through cooking, crafting, or body care. Plus the offerings frequently rotate in order to keep things fresh. Sipping on complimentary tea, pupils learn practical skills such as making natural body butter, creating pretty tea stains, and convincing people that the stains on their shirt are actually beautiful art. Couples can stop in on lovebirds night for a hands-on experience with their partner alongside other pairs.
Heather Rossio thinks confidence is sexy. That’s why she founded Studio X Pole Fitness—to help women to feel comfortable in their own skin. Here, experienced instructors show students of all levels how to move their bodies with power and grace. Intro to Pole sessions acquaint first-time twirlers with metallic dance partners through basic stretches, grips, and noninvasive icebreakers. Students can then move on to Beginners Pole courses that teach simple spins and transitions, as well as strength training and calorie-torching floor work. The staff recommends that attendees take at least two basic courses before graduating to Intermediate Pole's lessons on climbing the pole, sitting on the pole, and prepping for upside-down inversions. Advanced Pole classes—at the top tier of the pole pantheon—ready tricks, inversions, and spins for gravity-defying routines or actual moonwalks. Additional classes include Chair X-Fit, which tightens the core, hips, and thighs in 50-minutes sessions, and cardio-packed, dance-heavy Zumba classes. To glide and shimmy effortlessly and comfortably, guests are encouraged to don form-fitting shorts and tank tops.
Deborah Reavis, the resident artist at Wine, Paint & Canvas, has nearly two decades of teaching art under her belt, making her an excellent tutor for classrooms full of fledgling painters of all ages. Seated in front of rows of provided easels and surrounded by the works of past classes, students follow their instructors’ directions to produce the evening’s piece. Though everyone works from the same template, each student has the chance to stylistically personalize their work by mixing colors or painting only the coolest facial hair on self-portraits. Before brush touches canvas, guests can mingle over glasses of BYO wine and bottles of beer, with soda available for purchase.