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  • Echo Hollow Pool
    The City of Eugene Recreation Services' dedicated staffers encourage locals to build strong relationships and muscles through diverse recreation programs offered year-round. They organize and lead snowboarding and kayaking programs for outdoor adventure-seekers, helm dance classes, and operate fitness facilities to provide indoor retreats for youth and families'. At Echo Hollow and Sheldon, staffers slip into indoor pools to lead aquatic fitness classes, or stay out of the water to monitor lap swims. In warmer months, the Amazon outdoor water arena allows swimmers to shoot down water slides at speeds faster than comets sprinkled with coffee. Aiming to make activities enjoyable to all partakers, the City of Eugene Recreation Services provides a bevy of adaptive recreation services for participants with disabilities as well as a variety of volunteer opportunities throughout the year.
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    1655 Echo Hollow Road
    Eugene, OR US
  • Winchester Bay Charters
    Captain Tim Abraham has spent more than 30 years fishing, both in fresh water (the Umpqua River) and salt water (the Pacific Ocean). So he knows his way around his 25-foot heated Alumaweld boat. On charter trips, he shares his expertise with his passengers, taking them on quests for fish that include everything from Chinook salmon and small-mouthed bass to perch. He's not intimidated by sturgeon's size, either. He'll help passengers catch those too.
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    4566 Avalon
    Eugene, OR US
  • Brew and Cue
    Come to Brew and Cue to grab an American classic with a side of fries. None of the fare at Brew and Cue is low-fat, so you'll have to put the diet aside for a visit here. Drinks are also on the menu here, so visitors can start the night off right. The happy hour at Brew and Cue offers deals you won't want to miss. Parties of any size can easily be seated at Brew and Cue. On warmer days, you can take advantage of Brew and Cue's al fresco patio seating. If you're strapped for time, take out food from Brew and Cue. Tired of driving in circles? Head to Brew and Cue for a bite to eat and find quick parking in the lot next door. Brew and Cue offers a nice selection of mid-range cuisine, so you can expect a meal there to cost about $30 or less per person.
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    2222 Highway 99 N
    Eugene, OR US
  • Coaches' Athletic
    The expert staff at Coaches’ Athletic enriches the batting and catching skills of beginner and advanced ballplayers alike with team, group, and private lessons. Loaded with baseballs and softballs by coaches or parents, self-feed machines launch slow and fast pitches at guests practicing their swing in the indoor hitting cages. The remainder of the turfed indoor facility accommodates drills and scrimmages, and the instant feedback of ProMirror video-analysis training lets visitors pinpoint their strengths and weaknesses after each play. Once practice is over, patrons can load up on athletic gear such as masks, mitts, and instructional videos on training zebras as referees.
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    3990 Roosevelt Blvd, Ste B
    Eugene, OR US
  • The Ember's
    The Ember's doesn?t solely serve dinner. In fact, the eatery opens daily at 7 a.m. when cooks whip up from-scratch breakfast options such as philly cheesesteak?inspired omelets chockfull of roast beef and provolone cheese. When evening rolls around, Embers? culinary team crafts everything from charbroiled flat iron steaks crowned with caramelized onions to sole fillets topped with crusted-hazelnut butter sauce. Those feasts complement the restaurant?s nightly entertainment, which oscillates between karaoke and performances by live local bands.
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    1811 Highway 99 N
    Eugene, OR US
  • Eugene Textile Center
    Veteran artisan Suzie Liles had already been a reputable figure in the fiber arts community for nearly 20 years?teaching, chairing conferences, and being active in several design and weaving guilds?when in March 2008 she and a partner decided to open Eugene Textile Center. An MFA in Fibers from the University of Oregon, Suzie channels her training, experience, and passion for all things woolly into making the center a craftsperson's paradise of name-brand supplies and instructional workshops in various forms of textile conjuring. Local hobbyists and professional fiber artists alike are able to rent spinning wheels and other equipment on a weekly or monthly basis. Suzie also welcomes visitors to weaving and surface-design studios, which are equipped with looms and a dye kitchen.
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    1510 Jacobs Dr.
    Eugene, OR US

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