Wall to Wall Sports Center's tree-lined facility stages athletic activities on a quartet of 40-by-25-yard artificial turf courts and a 70-by-50-yard grass field. Experienced coaches preach fundamentals during soccer, lacrosse, and multi-point camps that include flag football, handball, backyard baseball, and zero-gravity dodgeball. Seasonal leagues for children and adults pit teams against similarly skilled players during friendly, spirited competitions. The facility augments pre- and post-game play with locker rooms, a café, and an air-conditioned clubhouse with video games.
Owned by the same people who created Jeronimo!, Putt 'N Play Jeronimo! awakens the competitive spirit in guests of all ages with an indoor mini golf course. Lined with wooden rails, the 18 putting corridors present tricky slopes and transit-themed obstacles such as stop lights, train cars, and wormholes. All week long, Putt 'N Play Jeronimo! dims the lights and transforms the course into a visually enchanting neon, glow-in-the-dark circuit. With all the play areas laid out in one large, open room, Putt 'N Play Jeronimo! makes it easy for adults to oversee groups of free-roaming tots or casual Freemason meetings.
Amplitude Gymnastics Academy is a brand new home for kids in motion. Just about as soon as they can walk or dream of flying, boys and girls are invited to start exploring the basics of gymnastics and tumbling. As they progress, they move on to navigate the pommel horse, parallel bars, trampolines, and other equipment filling the 10,500-square-foot space.
From adults looking for a new hobby to kindergardeners who dream of becoming ballerinas, students of all ages can find the dance lesson thats right for them at Studio 23. Instructors lead classes in a variety of styles, including ballet, hip-hop, and tap, as well as fusion classes that cover multiple dance disciplines.
Street Studio's specialized instructors blend dynamic cardio workouts with street- and world-dance styles, garnering press attention from Fox and CBS as they help students boogie toward toned physiques. Each week, instructors host more than 15 Zumba and Flirty Girl Fitness courses, which impart a repertoire of musically synced moves for attendees to twirl off unwanted calories and koalas clinging to upper arms. Coach gams in ballet, tap, and jazz daytime dance programs, or, under the tutelage of renowned instructor Jimmy Rumba during Tuesday Night Salsa School, harness the power of spicy shimmies. Each salsa student receives a bachata or cha-cha bonus in each class and a salsa practice CD. Morning fitness classes pose participants into yoga and Pilates tableaus, while kickboxing courses prepare legs to knock out doors and back-talking drywalls. Bodies jive atop the dance studio's hardwood floors in view of bright graffiti murals and a glimmering disco ball.
Alternatively, the pole program imparts spinning techniques that strive to boost core strength and confidence. The intimate Wild Orchid pole studio pairs visitors with one of five poles for highly personalized lessons, divulging spiraling maneuvers and advanced tips for high-speed routines aboard carousels.
Sparks of inspiration can flare into big ideas, as evidenced by Ann Jackson’s zeal for art, which led to her opening a namesake gallery in historic Roswell in 1971. Initially an exhibit space for works from local, national, and international artists, Ann Jackson Gallery today provides a number of interior-decoration services for homes and commercial buildings, such as custom framing and art consultation and restoration. Now helmed by her three daughters, Ann Jackson Gallery maintains a colorful collection of artwork with a specialization in fine oils, including pieces by Ann Jackson herself. The gallery is also one of a few galleries in the world licensed to represent the art of Dr. Seuss, helping customers achieve the American dream of a sneetch on every wall.