Goalgetters' seasoned, kid-minded coaches lead tots 3–9 in age-specific clinics, introducing them to the worldwide phenomenon of soccer and instilling life lessons such as sharing, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Classes, comprising 8–12 students, allow younger groups to get a feel for the most basic of skills and older pupils to run, kick, and electric boogaloo to the more advanced stylings of European and Brazilian small-sided soccer. In addition to imparting the fundamental concepts, the coaches ensure pint-size Beckhams receive a high percentage of contact with the polygonal orb as they buzz about the 3,200-square-foot indoor facility that offers protection from ball-snatching pterodactyls.
Flying chromatic spheres splatter across the turf and cover of Midway Paintball's six fields situated on 22 acres of woodlands and open spaces. Protective rental gear and paintball markers aid games of elimination, capture the flag, and save the king. The western field's buildings shelter tactical retreats, and the hyperball field's huge prone cylinders of corrugated piping allow for cat-like surprise attacks or intimidating sudden naps. Dotted with inflatable cover, the astroturf-covered NPPL–regulation field presents an ideal arena for professional-grade matches.
Millennium SportsClub Vacaville is a full-service athletic club that is committed to enhancing bodies, renewing minds, and nurturing spirits. We provide state of the art health, fitness, recreational, sport and social programs, as well as facilities and amenities to all of our members and guests.
Ballyhooed actors and comedians Kevin James and Ray Romano return to their standup roots for their first ever co-headlining national tour. Having paid their dues together in the nightclub trenches many moons ago, the bosom buddies found fame as leading men in two of television's most respected sitcoms. The charismatic Kevin James rose to ubiquity with his Emmy-nominated work on the smash sitcom The King of Queens and in leading-man roles in movies such as Zookeeper and Paul Blart: Mall Cop, whereas Ray Romano's alter ego Ray Barone lives forever on the syndicated classic Everybody Loves Raymond. Live, the jocular pair unloads fresh musings and wry insight into bits ranging from relationship foibles and sports and fitness to the joys of aging, all filtered through Kevin's gruff teddy-bear persona and Ray's everyman affability.
Every evening at El Corazón is a different experience. Although the downtown venue is best known for its rock ‘n’ roll attitude, its calendar presents a genre-defying variety including comedy shows and punk, electroclash, postrock, and postman rock concerts. The majority of their shows are all ages, with a special bar area for the 21-and-up crowds.
The Davis Musical Theatre Company, one of California’s longest-running nonprofit amateur musical-theater companies, celebrates its 26th season with a stellar playbook of beloved Broadway winners. From February 25 to March 20, catch the cherished Guys and Dolls and sing along to classics songs such as “Luck Be a Lady” and “They’re Called Action Figures.” Spring brings the hilarious Pulitzer Prize-winning How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (April 22–May 15), and June 17 to July 10 takes kids and puer aeternus patrons back to Neverland when Peter Pan sweeps the stage. With 238 excellent seats at Davis Musical Theatre Company, everybody has great sightlines, and there won’t be a dry eye in the house when Tinkerbell sings “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina.”
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