Things To Do In Westfield


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  • Roots Gymnastics Center
    Roots Gymnastics' safety-certified coaches, some of whom have competed internationally, use gymnastics as a tool to help children to grow physically, socially, and emotionally. They begin teaching boys and girls at age 12 months in Little Sprouts programs, which build coordination and balance. In recreational programs for ages 6–18, the instructors instill more advanced skills as kids catch some air on in-ground trampolines and foam pits. In addition to gymnastics, coaches instruct in areas such as free running, wrestling, and pommel-horse grooming. They also form competitive teams for a variety of different skill levels. Roots Gymnastics boasts 19,000 square feet packed with Olympic-quality equipment. The gym includes four in-ground trampolines, a rope swing, and two foam pits.
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    209 Root Rd
    Westfield, MA US
  • Applebee's
    Fill up on fries and other comfort food at Applebee's, a savory spot for American cuisine. If you want a dainty meal, go elsewhere. If you want a craveworthy dish, get to Applebee's. Find time to peruse the wine list here — Applebee's offers a variety of drink options. Applebee's will be able to accommodate your large party. Between the music and the crowds, Applebee's' noise levels can be intense. Applebee's offers an informal dining experience for those who are allergic to jackets and ties. If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead. Parking is provided in a nearby lot, so diners can easily walk to and from their cars. Applebee's is a mid-priced establishment, with the average meal costing under $30. Major credit cards — including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express — are accepted.
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    441 E Main St
    Westfield, MA US
  • Mass Mayhem
    Climbing up a 12-foot cargo net. Clambering up inclined walls. Slithering through darkened tunnels. These might sound like the keys to escaping a medieval fortress, but really, they're three of the 15+ feats required to complete the five-mile Renegade Run. Its obstacle-studded course winds through a park, sometimes sticking to paved trails, other times cutting through rough terrain laden with exposed tree roots, rocks, and challenging hills. Reaching the finish line doesn't just mean conquering a major physical challenge, either?it also means doing good for the community. Proceeds from the race help raise awareness of type 1 diabetes. Proceeds also help fund research on the disease at the Faustman Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital.
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    41 Nye Brook Rd.
    Blandford, MA US
  • Life Dance Studios
    Life Dance Studios’ founder Sanaa Amel finds solace in sharing her passion for the ancient art of belly dance with patrons of all fitness backgrounds, offering a schedule of classes for various skill levels. A team of dedicated instructors also helms yoga-fusion sessions that meld traditional Vinyasa poses with Pilates strength-training, as well as calorie-burning Zumba classes that incorporate fun, Latin-inspired dance workouts. Life Dance Studios boasts a kid's activity room that diverts young ones while grown-ups work out or transform into crime-fighting alter egos.
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    22 Cherry Street
    Westfield, MA US
  • Louie B's
    There are few places as lively to hang out as the shady tables overlooking the water on Louie B's patio. That's because guests don't just sip drinks as they indulge in fresh seafood and a range of classic American dishes. The lake and the restaurant's dock offer plenty of activity, as do the regular events, ranging from poker nights and comedy shows to holiday parties and live performances.
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    101 Point Grove Road
    Southwick, MA US
  • Five Star Flight School and Rentals
    An affiliate of Westfield State University, Westfield Flight Academy is an FAA-certified flight school where current and former airline pilots help ground-bound beginners head for the heavens. Leave ineffectual bird suits and prohibitively ugly rocket sneakers at home for a high-altitude tutorial, beginning with a preflight discussion of basic information and the principles of aerodynamics. Following the briefing, the cockpit will become your classroom as you embark on a training flight lasting about 45 minutes, giving you the chance to start, taxi, take off, and fly the plane as your instructor explains how to break gravity's rules without hurting its feelings. After the flight, every pupil will receive a certificate of completion, as well as a logbook signed by the instructor using a quill stolen from the wing of a peregrine falcon, the only bird that can fly without first inhaling helium.
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    100 Airport Rd
    Westfield, MA US

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