Things To Do In Pomona


$29 for 5K Registration for One for Nocturnal Lands on Saturday, July 11 ($60 Value)

Nocturnal Lands

LA Fairplex

5K music festival has participants run to different DJ stages amid interactive light shows before a main-stage after party

$60 $29

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Five Boxing Boot Camp Classes or Three Personal Training Sessions at Knockout Boxing Club (Up to 46% Off)

Knockout Boxing Club

Pomona

Students learn disciple to study the physically demanding art of fighting with fist; improve stamina, tone muscles, and burn calories

$50 $27

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$199 for a 20-Lap Adventure Program at Allen Berg Racing Schools ($399 Value)

Allen Berg Racing Schools

Multiple Locations

After a drivers’ mtg, review class from Formula One driver Allen Berg, & track-orientation, drivers will whip around the track for 20 laps

$399 $199

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Indoor Simulator Golf, Golf Lesson, or Membership at Golf Studio (Up to 51% Off)

Golf Studio

Golf Studio

Simulator lets golfers hit shots across the virtual greens of 83 different courses; USTGF-certified instructors hone skills during lessons

$50 $25

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One or Two Months of Martial Arts Classes for One or Two with Uniforms at American Warrior Karate (Up to 74% Off)

American Warrior Karate

Pomona

Skilled instructors lead martial arts classes for all skill levels to improve strength, endurance, flexibility, and confidence

$155 $43

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Admission for Two or Four to the American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA) (Up to 46% Off). Two Options Available.

American Museum of Ceramic Art

Pomona

Visit the largest ceramics-only museum in the U.S., observing rotating exhibits and the studio where the community makes art as well

$14 $8

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One-Month Membership from The Players Club Powered by GOLFZING (Up to 47% Off). Six Courses Available.

Ko'olau Golf Club

Multiple Locations

Memberships grant one month of unlimited range practice, greens fees, and golf clinics at picturesque local courses

$39.99 $25

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While craft beer festivals sling inventive and rare brews while breeding camaraderie amongst casual drinkers and connoisseurs, they're typically lacking in ghosts, goblins, and monsters. With BierBuzz Masquerade, that problem is solved. Here, a craft beer festival and Halloween gaiety are combined. Making a classy red carpet entry, revelers clad in costumes ranging from scary to silly to scintillating breeze into the masquerade ready to cavort and impress with their lurching zombie, sexy nurse, or sexier ombudsman getup. To the soundtrack of live reggae and bluesy rock from My Own Holiday and Papafish, decked-out attendees quench their thirsts with more than 40 beers from dozens of local and faraway brewmasters, including Hangar 24 Craft Brewery, Crispin Cider, Goose Island, and Black Market Brewing Company. As a bonus for this special occasion, each brewery is brewing up over 20 new and rare beers that will be exclusive to the BierBuzz Masquerade, and may never be tasted again unless some cool Groundhog Day time-warp occurs.
3220 West Temple Avenue
Pomona,
CA
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Run or Dye is making race running a little more colorful, one major city at a time. This 5K is divided up into four separate courses of varying lengths, each designated by a separate color??which also reflects the color of safe, eco-friendly powered dye the participants get splashed with. At the end of the race, they'll cross into the aptly-named Dye Zone?a polychromatic free-for-all, where fluorescent color is thrown freely from all sides, allowing runners to splash their fellow runners or get colorful revenge on their friends, family members, and any cranky art-history teachers that happen to be walking by. Unlike some races that rank runners by time, Run or Dye only measures success in color and fun. While the safe-to-eat dyes should wash out of clothing, runners are encouraged to wear things they don't mind getting dirty, preferably in white, gray, or another neutral color to give the dyes maximum visibility.
1101 W McKinley Ave
Pomona,
CA
US
Festivities, live music, and prizes intertwine with fulfilling 5K trots at events organized by Active Runs. For more than 20 years, Active Runs has set out to create events that appeal not only to avid runners but to casual participants interested in trying their first run. Although the courses themselves would be reason enough to participate, the organizers also collaborate with race directors to create themed runs, such as Green Sneakers and Day of the Dead, that feature face painting, foot venders, and art festivals?as well as T-shirts and drinks for guests. And since the money raised benefits charities, runners have an even worthier reason to strap on their shoes and don their most aerodynamic running sombrero. Crossing the finish line first isn't the only way to win, though. Competitions for traditional costumes, biggest teams, and most creative team name also keep things interesting, doling out prizes to winners of each category.
1101 West McKinley Avenue
Pomona,
CA
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Odd things are happening on the 3-mile stretch of woods outside of town. People venture off for a day of outdoorsy fun and never return. Thankfully, Escape The Nightmare is assembling able-bodied search parties, whose members scour the woods while avoiding the traps and obstacles that befell their predecessors. As they run through the paths, they must dodge grim creatures while also surmounting both man-made and natural obstacles. As the heats of runners cross the starting line beginning in the early evening, they are equipped with headlamps to help them weave through the course and solve the the spooky backstory. Clues to the mysteries––including why people are "disappearing" and why is that man carrying around a stuffed rabbit––unfold as runners get closer to the finish line. But only by keeping your flags securely attached to your belt can you say you solved the mystery without becoming one of the lost.
1101 W. McKinley Ave
Pomona,
CA
US
By the late 1940s, the world of customized cars was truly in its golden age, so it's not surprising that those enterprising mechanics wanted someplace to show off their hard work. Enter the Sacramento Autorama, which began bringing together the community of custom-car builders in 1951. Now one of the longest-running indoor car shows in the world, the Autorama continues to bolster Sacramento's status as one of the world's custom car capitals. Over the years, the show has showcased hot rods, muscle cars, and chrome creations from master designers ranging from George and Sam Barris to Boyd Coddington. This year's edition will be no different; hundreds of show vehicles will compete for show honors including the coveted Custom d’Elegance and King of Kustoms prizes and the "Big B" awards, which reward engineering ingenuity while honoring the memory of Sacramento customizers from years past.
1101 W.McKinley Ave.
Pomona,
CA
US
Like a city street after every nearby car wash has malfunctioned, The Bubble Run welcomes participants to play in light, glistening foam. Runners, walkers, jumpers, and skippers cruise their way through five easygoing, untimed kilometers, each marked with a 6-foot-deep bog brimming with colorful foam and floating bubbles. Bubbleteers armed with foam-slinging cannons ensure that each adventurer receives a healthy dose of bubbles as they pass, running safely thanks to the dry makeup of the foam solution used. Racers clad in white may start clean as a whistle, but by the time they cross the finish line, they’re dyed like a rainbow, finally readying them to sneak up on a leprechaun. Then the fun keeps going—live DJs and bubble cannons amp up afterparties to celebrate runners' efforts. Proceeds from each race benefit local charities.
1101 West McKinley Avenue
Pomona,
CA
US
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