Modeled after the famed links-style courses that hug the Scottish shoreline, Glen Eagle Golf Course’s kempt, verdant grounds span 7,065 total yards of wide-open, tee-to-green terrain. Harness the prodigious power of golf’s Scotch-Irish forebears to cleave the fairways with well-struck drives, being certain to avoid pesky mounds, bunkers, and nearsighted Easter-egg hunters. While some lengthier holes—such as the 560-yard gold 18th—demand skillfully momentous drives, Glen Eagle’s generous five-tee layout ensures that the course is surmountable for loopers of all club-swinging prowess. The manicured course stands as a golfers’ oasis amid less traversable geological phenomena; between divot-tearing strokes, green stormers can drink in the gravity-defying majesty of distant mountains or lap up the murky waters of bordering wetlands, known for claiming the life forces of wayward balls.
After captivating listeners as part of the Davis Arts Council's "Summer Nights with the Stars" series, Alex Boyé returns to inflate Layton community ears with an aural dose of holiday spirit. During the one-night performance, the seasoned singer will gracefully pirouette across the notes of adored classics alongside Mark Robinette's Amp'd Up Band, whose fine-tuned measures provide warm refuge from wintery chills and pickpocketing snowmen. Having sold more than half a million CDs worldwide, Boyé slides onto the stage with 15 years of experience embedded into his gold-plated vocal cords, including crowd-pleasing hits in 15 countries, a chart-topping album with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and several heartwarming duets with local shopping-mall Santas.
The Junction City Roller Dolls—a four-team Women's Flat Track Derby Association league—whip fans into a frenzy with full-contact battles on wheels. Sporting playful costumes and sassy names, three Junction City squads—the Trainwrecks, Hilltop Aces, and Railway Banditas—will turn the Davis Conference Center into a playground of rebel yells and impromptu games of Red Rover. Groupon holders can grab trackside seats to watch point-scoring jammers such as Malibu Harpy weave through packs of oncoming skaters as they waggle their tongues at the opposing team. During the home-team championship, blockers such as the Railway Banditas’ Dominique Trix will rattle rivals with fierce hip-checks and shiver-inducing laser vision. In addition to scoring an evening of hard-hitting action, bout-goers can bag prize-drawing tickets by donating nonperishable food items or dollar bills folded into origami nunchucks at the door.
We have been building self confidence and developing talents! The goal of the Syracuse Dance Academy is to offer quality classes in ballet, jazz, children’s dance, cheer, tumbling and hip hop. We work to improve each student’s self-esteem in a positive and fun atmosphere, while providing excellent training for each student
Puckrin's Soccer Shop's father-and-son team of Alan and Glenn Puckrin equips players of all ages with a variety of soccer gear. A wide brand selection is available, such as Diadora shin guards with sleeves ($15.99), Diadora soccer socks ($9.99), and Calle street soccer balls ($29.99) for impromptu scrimmages during morning traffic jams. For miniature and growing strikers, junior soccer cleats and turf shoes ($22.99–$39.99) protect feet, aerate topsoil, and idolize full-grown adult cleats ($39.99–$219.99), both available in varying colors and brands such as Diadora, Umbro, Lotto, Joma, and Kelme. Puckrin's Soccer Shop puts stylish players at ease with goalkeeper gloves ($9.99–$49.99) in brands such as Sondico or Reusch, as well as sleek soccer shorts ($19.99), which serve as a modest transitional outfit from field to steakhouse.
Salty Dinner Theater, which ABC 4 describes as “bringing a twist to traditional on-stage classics,” combines professional actors and proficient chefs to stage productions performed at area eateries. Audience members gobble supper as performers interact with them before and during the production. Regularly inhabiting Madeline’s Steakhouse, The Old Spaghetti Factory, Joe Morley’s Smoked Beef & Bar-B-Q, and Mimi’s Café, among other locales, the show-accompanying meals range from scratch-made baked lasagna with ground beef and pork to a pound of succulent smoked-beef brisket.
Propulsion Pilates' instructors rely on the familiar Pilates contraptions that fill most studios, but they alter the time-tested workout regimen by incorporating it into a more modern style of circuit training. They combine sequences on the Reformer, Tower, and Wunda Chair with occasional cardio exercises and kettlebell work, creating challenging sessions that manage to refine technique while bolstering strength and flexibility. To keep classes teetering on the cuttingest of edges, the instructors attend at least two Pilates workshops every year to update their mental cache of fitness tricks, but they always leave a little disappointed that a flying Reformer machine appears to be at least another six months off.