Across more than 100,000 square feet, the indoor facility of The 422 Sportsplex is a haven for athletes year round. The climate-controlled interior hosts leagues for both kids and adults, including dodgeball, inline hockey, soccer, basketball, flag football, dek hockey, and indoor lacrosse. Birthday-party packages let kids celebrate on the field or court with games of basketball, volleyball, kickball, or other sports, and chips and pizza fuel their play time. Space that isn't occupied by a league or class is designated as open-gym time, that can be used by visitors of any discipline, whether it's practicing dribbling a basketball or practicing dribbling Gatorade down your shirt.
Starting in 1998 in the Philadelphia suburbs, the women behind Art of Exotic Dancing have strutted and hip-rolled their way to the forefront of a surge of interest in fun, sensual movement. Dedicated to fostering a comfortable space where all participants feel safe, the certified instructors proffer encouragement and reassurance as they teach dances that emphasize self-expression, personal power, and natural movement. Women learn to dance to a full song during the 90-minute CoreMoves class, while the Signature Workshop fortifies confidence via flirtatious techniques such as sensual walking and slow-motion winking.
At Lederach Golf Club, golfers drive, pitch, and putt through 7,023 yards of lush, forested fairways on a challenging course designed by architect Kelly Blake Moran. Link with a partner and navigate the undulating greens against a backdrop of picturesque ridges, majestic valleys, and rows of singing, cartoon trees. The par-71 municipal course boasts a smattering of grass bunkers and swales that naturally dupe clubbing enthusiasts of various skill levels. Junior players can belt dimpled projectiles on tees designed specifically for their swing, and advanced players try and balance their golf balls on toothpicks before test-driving their strokes full-tilt onto fairways.