Before they tear up tracks like Indianapolis, Daytona, and Pocono, America's race car drivers must first conquer the challenges of Winter Haven's Auburndale Speedway. Nicknamed "The Bull Ring," this quarter-mile asphalt oval regularly tests the mettle of drivers during race nights held throughout the calendar year. Read on to find out more about the on-track action that keeps locals coming back:
The cars: Like any good short-track venue, Auburndale is frequently host to numerous classes of stock cars, open-wheeled modifieds, and racing trucks.
The races: Each race night includes multiple short-duration races, with multiple classes running heats throughout the night.
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For those who enjoy dancing, Winter Haven's Ballet Conservatory Dance Center is a great place to get down to your favorite tunes.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Just Dance's owner Lynda Taylor and her partner Glenda White are devoted to making the world a more graceful place. Lynda, a certified etiquette instructor and teacher with 35 years of experience, partnered with certified ballroom dance instructor Kevin Rios and associate instructor Glenda White to help make the seemingly rigid rules of the dance floor easier to navigate for adults, children, and the butlers trying to take their coats. To help get things moving, most adult dance programs begin with 55 minutes of instruction time, where first-time rug cutters learn the foundation for tango, foxtrot, rumba, cha cha, and swing before putting the steps into practice at the end of class. Though good taste usually dictates that dancers should never waltz by themselves or with the family dog, students need not worry if they can't find a partner, since the instructors will happily pair them with someone in the class.
Outside the ballroom, Just Dance also offers yearlong programs through its etiquette academy, where children aged 5–17 years develop skills related to sharing, table manners, and how to disarm a bully with a firm, respectful handshake. Kids can also exert energy in summer camps that include field trips, creative projects, and dance instruction in various styles such as hip hop, lyrical, and ballet.