Triple Threat Dance & Theatre Company is dedicated to providing excellent, experienced, professional instruction in dance, acting and voice to students ages 2 through adult and beginning through ongoing professional. We have the appropriate classes to meet your personal interests and goals.
At AirTime Trampoline's?30,000-square-foot facility, kids find a better surface for jumping than their parents' bed: wall-to-wall trampolines. But jumping isn't just for kids, as WDIV declared AirTime the Best Amusement Center?in 2014. The trampolines are marked with age recommendations depending on their bounciness, just like every sidewalk square.
When they're not jumping, visitors can dive into pits teeming with Olympic-sized foam blocks, dodge missiles on one of two dodgeball courts, or slam dunk a basketball. High-energy music is always playing, but on weekends things get really interesting. That's when the park brings in local bands or DJs hold court every Friday and Saturday night. AirTime also hosts birthday parties and group events.
Bubbles usually pop with a single poke, but not Fun 4 Us's water bubble. Strong enough to enclose one person at a time, the transparent orb lets occupants crawl and roll atop the water of an inflatable pool. The pool is one of many inflatables inside Fun 4 Us, where sock-clad youngsters ages 14 and under can ride down inflatable slides and climb through inflatable obstacle courses. These attractions share space with a toddler area full of enrichment toys such as building blocks and copies of Lady Chatterley’s Lover with all but two sentences crossed out. While kids play under the supervision of the Fun 4 Us team, parents can assemble in a separate lounge and read, socialize, or surf the web via complimentary WiFi.
There aren't a lot of safaris where it's safe to ride the animals, but Safari Hoopla's version pairs riders with electronic animals that can be taken for a spin in a safari forest located inside Westland Mall. Located near the kids play area, the animals are driven like bumper cars; the fleet is soft and cuddly, with choices like a stuffed octopus, a panda bear, and an elephant. Yet each one can hold up to 220 pounds, making them fun for adults and safe enough for children age 4 and older to ride on their own. The animals can also be rented for birthdays and community events or to remind the rabbits in your yard that they're not at the top of the food chain.
Hush Haunted Attraction's rather inclusive list of horrifying denizens includes bloody zombies, mad doctors, and inhuman monsters with crystalline skin or lamprey-like mouths. These creatures?experiments, employees, or visitors of the mysterious and ill-intentioned Hush Corporation?reside throughout the 10,000-square-foot attraction. Each lies in wait to scare anyone who wanders through, wielding with threats both overt and subtle; some give chase, while others threaten mind control, psychosis, or to replace all the candy in the world with bits of stale potato.
For Amber Gilbert, dancing isn't just an alternative to walking. She sees dance as a chance to explore one's personality and express it through movement. As owner and director of The Dance Academy, she presides over staff members as they help students of all skill levels to unlock artistic potential through dance classes. The team of seasoned instructors teaches styles including hip-hop, Hawaiian, and classical ballet amid the studio's barres and mirrors. During classes for youngsters, pint-size students hone motor skills through activities that pair music with moves culled from the worlds of ballet, tap, and jazz.
In addition to torching calories during salsa and swing classes, adults can sculpt svelte physiques through relaxing yoga and Pilates sessions and Zumba workouts packed with Latin-inspired aerobics. The studio's competitive training program prepares dancers for national contests and helps them to look natural when they get a single red rose stuck in their teeth.