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  • Dead-On Archery
    Dead-On Archery is a 8,000-square-foot archer?s sanctuary that helps bring the feel of the outdoors indoors with mounted animal-head trophies and lifelike animal targets. The indoor grounds feature a fully equipped 20- and 30-yard range with a hunting simulator dart system. On any given day, National Field Archery Association master instructors teach budding Robin Hoods key shooting techniques with traditional and compound bows. The copious space also hosts seasoned archers during range practice as they aim for paper targets and three-dimensional targets, such as deer. Archery tournaments, target practice, and 3-D archery are all commonplace throughout the week and weekends. Those looking to bolster their equipment arsenals can visit the pro shop brand name items. The onsite shop repairs broken crossbows and outfits customers with such equipment as bowstring wax, feathers, and full-body steel-plate armor.
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    5669 North Glenwood St.
    Garden City, ID US
  • Asana Climbing
    With its name gracing a new 6,500 square-foot training facility, Asana Climbing has officially come full circle. Founded in 1999, the company has long been designing and manufacturing gear specifically for the sport of bouldering, including branded apparel, chalk bags, and chalk for gripping holds. In 2013, the company made the move to not only outfit climbers, but provide the climbing wall they aim to master. The company began inviting longtime brand ambassadors and newcomers alike to use the 2,000 square feet of bouldering space inside the new Asana Climbing Gym. In addition to challenges designed for experts and tournament-level competition, the facility offers a designated area for beginners and young climbers, a weight and cardio training zone, and a changing area with showers.
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    611 E 44th St #12
    Garden City, ID US
  • MacDonald Art Glass
    A temperature of 2,000 degrees is hard to comprehend. Its the heat at which some lava flows, as well as the RealFeel temp inside a minivan that's been sitting in Death Valley all afternoon. But for David and Kristi MacDonald, 2,000 is the degree at which they melt borosilicate glass with a specialized torch. The husband-and-wife team share a love of glasswork that has extended to creating a glass studio in their own home. Here, they sell their glass artwork and share their knowledge through lessons, during which they teach students of all levels how to safely craft their own glass creations.
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    214 East 34th Street
    Garden City, ID US
  • Zion Warne Studios
    Seasoned potter and glass blower Zion Warne has been exploring the freedom of three-dimensional medias for more than 15 years. At his eponymous art studio, he continues to turn vibrantly colored molten glass into delicate ornaments, intricate sculptures, and dangerous toothbrushes. In his downtime, Zion teaches this intricate art to others during private lessons and workshops. He and his experienced staff help students of all abilities safely carve out shapely paperweights, vases, and bowls while unleashing their creative sides.
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    4624 W. Fenton St. #B
    Garden City, ID US
  • Gateway Parks Eagle Snow Park
    Gateway Parks Eagle Snow Park brings resort-like skiing, snowboarding, and tubing to a local community park, creating a family-friendly winter wonderland that sticks around all year. Snow machines sprinkle flakes on the ground, and a snowcat ensures a smooth surface every night once the lights go off. In the morning, staff send guests—both kids and adults—flying down the snow lanes on tubes, skis, snowboards, and snow skates. Specially built jumps, rails, and creative elements allow advanced sportsmen and sportswomen to practice tricks on the way down.
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    12000 Horseshoe Bend Rd.
    Garden City, ID US
  • Visual Arts Collective
    Looking for a new date idea? Check out Visual Arts Collective in Garden City and enjoy a peaceful night of art browsing. Make the trip to this museum even more savory with a visit to their fine restaurant. At Visual Arts Collective, the prime seating is on the patio. Come check out what all the buzz is about. Don't be alone on gameday; come have a great drink and great fun. Visitors are often seen shaking their stuff to the museum's live music. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    3638 Osage Street
    Garden City, ID US

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