During Reel Babies movie showings, theatres transform into child-friendly arenas where new parents can enjoy recent releases while tending to tykes. Empire Theatres keeps the auditorium lights dim and lowers the volume on new films such as Our Idiot Brother, One Day, and The Debt, ensuring an environment conducive to child-care. Parents can transport their mini-me to the auditorium's "exersaucer", baby swing, and play mat, allowing young minds to expend energy otherwise spent solving Fermat's Last Theorem. Additionally, a changing table and bottle warmer ensures parents can remain in the theatre for all reunion scenes between protagonists and their coffee makers.
Carved from lush plateaus along the Bras d’Or Lakes, The Lakes Golf Club delights clubbers of all abilities with panoramic views, challenging links, and generous landing areas. Swinging duos can practice arm oscillations and iron handling by lobbing a bucket’s worth of dimpled orbs across the green during a pregame warm-up. Come game time, each of the course’s 18 holes unveils a unique vista to wedge wielders, which prompts an increase in divot creation and Where's Waldo skills as scenery-hungry eyes wander away from tees midswing to fill brain albums with mental pictures. A power cart ferries golfers around the verdant meadows, rock outcrops, and constantly changing elevation, giving fingers and toes a chance to rest up for postgame score calculation. The Lakes Golf Club recommends customers book their tee time at least 72 hours in advance.
For $12, you get one admission to a two-hour whale-watch tour (a $28.75 value, including HST). For $40, you get a family pass for a two-hour whale-watch tour for two adults and two children ages 6–16 (an $85.10 value, including HST).