Ballroom Dance Center Illiana's instructors welcome inexperienced dancers to 45-minute newcomer classes where they explain how to execute displays of fancy footwork in a variety of styles. Students shake their legs and hips while following Latin-inspired forms of social rug-cuttery, such as the rumba or cha-cha. Fast-paced salsa lessons teach traditional Cuban and Dominican moves that can be put to use in dance clubs or Twister tournaments. Dancers have fun trying to keep up with playful swing choreography and embrace passion when striding through romantic tangos. Private lessons encourage couples to get closer together while studying their choice of dance style, which they can then use to strut circles around classmates in a group session.
Backed by an extensive list of products and services, Daryll’s Car Audio's technicians augment autos with electronics both entertaining and essential. They install JL Audio bass packages that blast out pounding rhythms and nestle mobile entertainment systems into headrests, dashboards, and overhead compartments. Techs also install remote car starters, keyless entry, and alarm systems to warm, cool, and protect roadsters. While GPS systems guide drivers safely to their destinations, satellite radio plays on portable units or hides covertly behind existing stereos. Techs also soup up auto exteriors, boosting curb appeal with LED lights or animatronic hood ornaments.
At World Class Tae Kwon Do Centers, instructors teach discipline and self-defense skills in classes for kids, adults, and families. Following the principles of founder Grandmaster Sun Ki Chong, teachers help students develop not only technical martial-arts skills but also leadership abilities and mental focus.
Sifu Robert A. Gott started his career in martial arts in 1971 and since then has accrued experience in a spectrum of techniques. To share his love for martial arts, he invites guests to Red Dragon School of Martial Arts Inc., where he and his team of instructors teach kung fu, tai chi, and qi gong. They also teach strength and conditioning through high-intensity athletic workouts.
Three branches of a winding creek intersect at the very center of 18 Mile Creek Golf Course, spreading out in a wishbone pattern along the layout's fairways and greens. Along with four small ponds, the creek supplies the bulk of the course's hazards, as golfers must steer their drives, approaches, and thirsty golf carts away from water that comes into play on 10 holes. With a total distance of 6,081 yards, the par 70 layout caters to clubbers across the handicap spectrum. After rounds, golfers can replenish energy sapped from crushing drives or disciplining misbehaving wedges at the clubhouse, which serves burgers, hot dogs, beer, and other grill food and refreshments.