The Worthington Community Center keeps fitness buffs in shape with a 72,000-square-foot facility, housing two gymnasiums, two pools, an indoor track, and a fitness center. The 30-punch card gifts health hunters access to the fitness facilities and the swimming pools ($8/visit for adults, $5/visit for kids). The sprawling workout facility houses modern equipment for improving bodies, including weight machines, free weights, a pulse-pumping array of cardiovascular contraptions, and all the materials necessary to build a rubber muscle suit.
Musician Matt Steidle wears many hats: composer, performer, and teacher. As the owner of Stylie Studio, he has the chance to exercise all three. As a composer, he creates tunes for commercials or helps others record and stylize their own songs. As a performer, Matt soundtracks everything from weddings to birthday parties with ballads dating as far back as the '60s all the way to today's hits. And as a teacher, he passes on his expertise in guitar, electric bass, piano, and music theory to the next generation of artists.
The SuperGames staff help plan events that go off without a hitch, drawing on lessons learned over years of arranging everything from corporate picnics to kids? birthday parties. Clients can enjoy themselves without worrying about setting up games or matching party favors to each participant?s astrological sign. Along with running the Adventure Education Center, SuperGames staff lead outdoor expeditions that build teamwork and foster a strong connection to nature through heart-to-heart talks with trustworthy tree branches.
Even massive TVs or wall-sized smartphones just can't replicate the experience of watching a movie on the silver screen. That being said, modern first-run theaters can put a damper on a family night out with exorbitant ticket and concession prices. Like time-traveling back to the golden days of affordable cinema, The Screens at Cincinnati Mall gives moviegoers all of the first-run perks?pristine projection, huge screens, crisp digital sound, and high-backed rocking seats?without siphoning wallets. With eight auditoriums, The Screens delivers moviegoing memories 365 days a year with a constant rotation of second-run blockbusters, including kids' films, horror flicks, action-adventures, rom-coms, and com-roms (movies about computers that hate each other at first, then fall in love). All the while, the concession stand keeps appetites at bay with a wealth of theater staples, including popcorn, nachos, hot dogs, chicken nuggets, pretzels, sodas, and healthy fruit juices.
Capri Lanes promises plenty of space for strikes, spares, and high-fives on their 24 polished bowling lanes. Brunswick Vector Plus scoring systems keep tabs during games so players?can skip the math and focus solely on deciding which color bowling ball to use. Cocktails and draft beers flow from the bar and pizzas emerge from the ovens piping hot beside other eats at the snack bar. Bowlers can retire to the bar between games to celebrate their victories or follow their competitive momentum to the game room.