Sporting Events in Franklin

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  • Beech Grove Bowl (South City)
    There are plenty of chances to grab a lane at Beech Grove Bowl. That's because the alley is open 24/7, letting guests squeeze in a game after dinner, before breakfast, or during an important business meeting they'd rather skip. In addition to organizing league games, setting up bumpers for kids' parties, and re-lacing every bowling shoe, the facility is known for their pizzas and large calzones, among other menu items, such as burgers and fries.
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    95 N 2nd Ave
    Beech Grove, IN US
  • Naptown Roller Girls
    As members of Women's Flat Track Derby Association, Naptown Roller Girls is 1 of the more than 100 women-run independent leagues that are helping to change the face of women's sports one fierce jam and tongue-in-cheek name at a time. And nothing is too tough for the NRG women. These tenacious derby girls have endured everything from torn tendons to broken bones in their effort to bring the gritty sport of roller derby to the Indianapolis area. This no-holds-barred attitude has served each of the three competitive teams well. As the veteran team, the Tornado Sirens leads the pack in meets agains regional teams. The junior varsity team, the Warning Belles, and the newest team, The Third Alarm, also showcase their hard-earned techniques, including blocking, hip-checking, and intimidating eyebrow waggling.
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    973 N Shadeland PMB 168
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Indiana Ice
    Pacers Sports and Entertainment is the brand fixture through which the combined management of the NBA’s Indiana Pacers, the WNBA’s Indiana Fever and the facility in which both teams play home games, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, operate. Though the Pacers’ franchise is the foundation of Pacers Sports and Entertainment, a variety of other events take place at the 18,165-seat Bankers Life venue, including concerts and seminars. From its downtown Indianapolis location, where event tickets can be purchased and nearby parking options are available, Pacers Sports and Entertainment also operates the Pacers Foundation, which works to build collaborative initiatives that encourage Indiana’s youth to make positive life choices. Various community enhancement-driven programs are also overseen by Pacers Sports and Entertainment.
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    125 South Pennsylvania Street
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Lazerlite
    When players step into the arena at Lazer Lite, their senses are assaulted with fog, laser beams, and bumping tunes. But first-timers need not worry?before the game starts, players are briefed on the rules and given their laser-tag vests. Once activated, these vests will keep players "alive" until an opponent shoots them with a phaser, winning points, glory, and everlasting fame for their team. Though laser tag is the main attraction, Lazer Lite also offers arcade entertainment in the form of pop-a-shot basketball, Guitar Hero, and more.
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    4505 East 3rd Street
    Bloomington, IN US
  • Gymnaworld
    Monti Edwards is a member of USA Gymnastics who has coached at the college level and spent the good part of a life coaching, judging, and teaching in the field. Consider Gymnaworld another worthy addition to that list. Gymnaworld, owned by Edwards, has seen dozens of its students grab medals at state and regional champions in the last eight years. But medals alone are not sufficient, as evidenced by the Gymnaskills program. Gymnaskills is a program for kids aged six and up that places more emphasis on skill and development than on levels of competition. The program doubly serves to cultivate positive self-esteem and self image, a running theme in Gymnaworld's mission regardless whether for competition or recreational sport.
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    1716 Pleasant St
    Noblesville, IN US
  • Florence Freedom
    The Florence Freedom, a professional team of baseballers in the Independent Frontier League, re-create the classic thrill of America?s third-most popular sport, after skeet shooting and spelunking, without all the food fights and explosive bat malfunctions that are all too common at major-league games. With today?s deal, fans get reserved-seat tickets for any home game (a $10 value) all month and enjoy a true gourmet meal consisting of a hot dog, chips, and a drink (a $7 value). Miniature novelty adults, meanwhile, can burn off excess energy with a pass to the KidsZone (a $5 value)?a multicolored playground set complete with a bounce house and other playsets?or spend five Freedom Bucks (a $5 value) as they see fit at the park's concession stands or gift shop, making it far more valuable currency than the one you created by taping your driver's license photo to old Monopoly money.
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    7400 Woodspoint Drive
    Florence, KY US

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