Local Services in Eugene


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  • Eugene Emeralds Baseball Club
    • For $12, you get two premium box seats for any game (a $24 value). • For $30, you get four premium box seats for any game, a picture with Sluggo the mascot, and a pass to watch batting practice (a $60 value). • For $80, you get two box-seat Flex Book ticket-voucher books (a $160 value). Each Flex Book contains 10 undated vouchers that can be exchanged for any regular-season home game.
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    2760 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
    Eugene, OR US
  • Edge Combines
    We are the new face of High School sport camps, creating a professional and entertaining atmosphere, while providing training straight from the professional levels! We emphasize the belief that success is a result of hard work, and you create your own exposure by becoming a better player.
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    200 Silver Lane
    Eugene, OR US
  • Mount Pisgah Arboretum
    Nestled between the Willamette River and its namesake mountains, Mount Pisgah Arboretum houses 209 acres rich with plant life. Ferns, mosses, and wildflowers abound in the arboretum's forests, gardens, and meadows, which visitors can explore along more than 7 miles of trails. In fact, the nonprofit's plant list tallies a whopping 67 families, 231 genera, and 339 species. Nearly 90 of the latter line the arboretum's entrance garden alone, including almost 60 types of Rhododendron. Besides plants, Mount Pisgah Arboretum hosts diverse wildlife ranging from endangered western pond turtles to songbirds. Native amphibians and reptiles, meanwhile, live in the Visitor Center amongst a working beehive and microscopes for inspecting bugs or your thumb on accident. Elsewhere, guests can feast in the wooded picnic area or exchange vows at the Great Meadow's wedding ceremony sites. Throughout the year, the arboretum hosts plenty of other events and programs, including an annual mushroom festival and myriad nature walks.
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    34901 Frank Parrish Rd.
    Eugene, OR US
  • Bounce Gymnastics
    With nearly 30 years of experience teaching gymnastics, owner and director Naja Rossoff and her staff of kid-minded professionals train children of all ages and skill levels. They start with tykes as young as 15 months old, letting them explore movement with the help of a parent or imaginary legal guardian. They keep developing skills in older kids with advanced classes and a trampoline-and-power-tumbling team. Otherwise, during circus-arts classes, they'll help students master the trapeze, tiptoe across tightropes, and learn of the ins and outs of circus performance. Bounce Gymnastics also hosts open gyms so that kids can have their run of the facility's balance beams, nine trampolines, and padded floors. During birthday parties, the facility also opens up obstacle courses and organizes group games.
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    329 West 3rd Avenue
    Eugene, OR US
  • Render Protective Solutions
    Helmed by a risk-management professional and licensed private investigator, Render Protective Solutions helps clients navigate the dangers of the modern world with a wide array of services. The crew draws on the knowledge of other security professionals through membership in organizations including the American Society for Industrial Security, the S2 Safety & Intelligence Institute, and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. In addition to assessing the safety of homes and houses of worship, the experts prepare travelers by teaching courses that cover ways to secure luggage and navigate emergency scenarios, such as a stolen passport or a hawaiian shirt that someone has added unwanted flowers to. They also aid businesses by leading workplace-violence-prevention programs and performing background investigations.
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    777 Pearl Street
    Eugene, OR US
  • Oak Hill School
    The classrooms at the independent, nondenominational Oak Hill School overlook the lush woodlands of the south Eugene hills. Across its 72-acre campus, flowers bloom, trees cast shimmering shade onto grasses, and birds tweet in iambic pentameter. It's plenty of space for Oak Hill's classes, whose student-to-teacher ratios of no more than 1:18 help staff tend to the individual tree as well as the forest. A lively, college-preparatory curriculum centers on academics, arts, and character in programs for kindergarten through 12th grade. Summer programs let students from all over the area share in the school's spirit of intellectual exploration, whether they're indulging a passion for math or leaping into a new language.
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    86397 Eldon Schafer Dr
    Eugene, OR US

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