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Activities in Kansas City


Pilates 1901: 10 Pilates Mat, Cardio, Flow, or Zumba Classes or 8 ON Ramp Intro Classes at Pilates 1901 (Up to 79% Off)

10 Pilates Mat, Cardio, Flow, or Zumba Classes or 8 ON Ramp Intro Classes at Pilates 1901 (Up to 79% Off)

Pilates 1901

Kansas City

Exercisers in Pilates mat, cardio or flow sessions tighten cores, while intro to equipment training readies them for reformer or chair

$199 $42

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Yang Masters United Taekwondo Center: Four Weeks of Unlimited Tae Kwon Do Classes for One or Two at Yang Masters United Taekwondo Center (Up to 83% Off)

Four Weeks of Unlimited Tae Kwon Do Classes for One or Two at Yang Masters United Taekwondo Center (Up to 83% Off)

Yang Masters United Taekwondo Center

Multiple Locations

Tae kwon do classes teach students to defend themselves with powerful punches and kicks and gain an inner calm

$120 $30

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InBliss Yoga: 10 or 20 Classes at InBliss Yoga (85% Off)

10 or 20 Classes at InBliss Yoga (85% Off)

InBliss Yoga

Northland

Balance, stability, and relaxation are taught in 21 yoga classes per week

$160 $25

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Schlitterbahn Waterpark: Admission + $10 in Splash Cash to Schlitterbahn Waterpark Kansas City. Two Options Available.

Admission + $10 in Splash Cash to Schlitterbahn Waterpark Kansas City. Two Options Available.

Schlitterbahn Waterpark

Schlitterbahn Waterpark Kansas City

Enjoy miles of rivers and slides, a swim-up bar, and the world’s tallest water slide, Verruckt

$42.99 $38

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Springs Aquatic Center owned by City of Kansas City: $21 for Four Visits to Springs Aquatic Center ($36 Value)

$21 for Four Visits to Springs Aquatic Center ($36 Value)

Springs Aquatic Center owned by City of Kansas City

Northland

Nearly one million gallons of water make up the water park, which includes a leisure pool, competition pool, and kid-friendly spray ground

$36 $21

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Kansas City T-Bones: $27 for Three-Game Package for Two to See the Kansas City T-Bones at CommunityAmerica Ballpark ($60 Value). Two Options.

$27 for Three-Game Package for Two to See the Kansas City T-Bones at CommunityAmerica Ballpark ($60 Value). Two Options.

Kansas City T-Bones

CommunityAmerica Ballpark

American Association baseball team takes the field under the tutelage of coach and baseball legend Frank White

$60 $27

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Swirl Wine Bar and Shoppe: Wine or Beer Tasting Flights for Two or Four with Take-Home Bottles at Swirl Wine Bar and Shoppe (Up to 50% Off)

Wine or Beer Tasting Flights for Two or Four with Take-Home Bottles at Swirl Wine Bar and Shoppe (Up to 50% Off)

Swirl Wine Bar and Shoppe

Parkdale - Walden

Flights of four wines or beers poured from a tap system that guarantees perfect flavors

$33 $17

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Dare to Dabble: Drink and Dabble Painting Session for One or Two at Dare to Dabble (Up to 48% Off)

Drink and Dabble Painting Session for One or Two at Dare to Dabble (Up to 48% Off)

Dare to Dabble

North Kansas City

Students get the creative juices flowing as they sip drinks during instructor-led two-hour painting sessions

$30 $16

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TNC Community: Kansas City Dirty Duo Race Entry for One or Two Teams of Two at Kansas Speedway on June 20 (50% Off)

Kansas City Dirty Duo Race Entry for One or Two Teams of Two at Kansas Speedway on June 20 (50% Off)

TNC Community

Kansas Speedway

Along with a partner, you’ll run and bike around a nearly 6-mile course past mystery obstacles and a 40-foot mud pit

$110 $55

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Wine Barn: $47 for a Two-Hour Private Wine-Tasting Party with Light Appetizers for Up to 10 at Wine Barn ($100 Value)

$47 for a Two-Hour Private Wine-Tasting Party with Light Appetizers for Up to 10 at Wine Barn ($100 Value)

Wine Barn

Prairie / Piper-kc-ks

Taste up to eight wines and snack on light appetizers with groups of up to 10 people

$100 $47

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  • Bounce House Moonwalks
    Named Best Place for a Kid’s Birthday Party by the Pitch, and recently moved into a new and larger location in Tiffany Springs, Bounce House Moonwalks turns kids loose upon giant inflatables, interactive video games, a toddler area with a tiny roller coaster, and concessions. Parents can spend time using the free WiFi or hop around with their kids in the 24-foot-diameter spaceship that boasts air-filled aliens and a cockpit where kids can pretend they’re in space outrunning other inflatables. After zipping around the imagined universe, sock-clad tots clamber over, under, and through the plush tubes and barriers of the 72-foot obstacle course before cascading down its slide. Over at the Xbox 360 Kinect system, kids play interactive video games in which they use their bodies as controllers. Bounce House Moonwalks also allows families to leave the facility at any point and return within the same day for no additional charge.
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    9754 NW Seymour St.
    Kansas City, MO US
  • KCIce
    "You can't be common, the common man goes nowhere; you have to be uncommon." So said renowned hockey coach Herb Brooks, and so says the group of business, hockey, and civic professionals who founded KCIce. Their mission is to create an "uncommon community" where local companies can show their support for youth organizations and charities and young hockey players and figure skaters can pay it forward by volunteering their time and talent. The president of the company is four-time Stanley Cup champion and New York Islanders Hall of Famer Ken Morrow, who recently demonstrated what it means to give back. In January 2013, the rink hosted an event in which people could pose for photos with Morrow and his old friend Lord Stanley—the infamous cup. The gathering not only supported their own charitable efforts but also reaped three large barrels of canned goods for Harvesters: the Community Food Network. As part of their community-mindedness, KCIce brings families and friends together with activities such as outdoor skating, pickup pond hockey, and sand-based volleyball in warmer months. Ice skaters can sit on the ledge of a stone fire pit on chilly evenings, keeping warm with hot chocolate, s’mores, and chilidogs. Strings of orb-like lights help illuminate the rink at night, making the freshly laid skate marks and the droplets of sweat on the hardworking zamboni glisten.
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    6109 NW 63rd Ter.
    Kansas City, MO US
  • Maze Craze
    The properties of lasers make them useful for lots of things. They're also good for having fun; at Maze Craze, they shoot across a complex arena or serve as triggers in a puzzle. The complex properties of light also contribute to the Midwest's only mirror maze, a colorful course full of possible missteps, projections, and music. Patrons channel their inner spy at the laser maze, where they must crawl, slither, and climb through thin green lasers; tripping one won't hurt, but it will sound an alarm and add time to your total score. Last but never least is laser tag, which outfits combatants with cord-free laser weaponry and vests in a challenging, black-lit arena. Games last 7 minute each, leaving time between to don armor or think of laser-related one liners. See the Maze Craze's FAQ page for more information.
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    8610 N Dixson Ave.
    Kansas City, MO US
  • KC Sports Leagues
    Every year, KC Sports Leagues unite more than 2,500 singles and young professionals, all between the ages of 24 and 30, in recreational sports leagues. Beyond providing an opportunity for friendly competition and social interaction throughout the Kansas City area, the organizers of KC Sports Leagues only have one mission: help players have fun. Coed leagues include dodgeball, basketball, kickball, volleyball, and flag football, which reigns as the most popular type of recreation, apart from the parties that cap off each game in all leagues. Though most matches focus on fun and camaraderie, the men-only leagues also embrace a competitive element, perfect for the serious athlete or the armchair athlete who wonders if their arm-strength translates beyond remote tricks.
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    1810 Haas Drive
    Kansas City, KS US
  • Mizzou Express
    The roar from Faurot Field grows louder and louder as the Mizzou Express heads towards Columbia, shuttling Missouri alumni and Tigers fans to football games with round-trip service from Kansas City and Independence. Nestled into cozy seats on a luxury coach, guests can spend the trip watching highlights on the overhead TVs, sipping complimentary beer and soda, and chatting about the season with fellow passengers as professional drivers weather the linebackers blocking traffic on the highway. Exactly thirty minutes after each game, ticketholders make the short walk back to the awaiting bus to head back to Kansas City in equal comfort and safety.
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    10213 Northwest River Hills Drive
    Parkville, MO US
  • Kansas City Curling Club
    Though Kansas City Curling Club has had to move a few times since first starting out in 1987, the club's devotion to the sport has never wavered. Today, having earned status as a nonprofit organization, the club is going strong inside Line Creek Community Center, welcoming new curlers onto the ice to learn the sport alongside a cadre of experienced veterans. Outright beginners should sign up for the Learn to Curl course, which places them with an experienced club member to learn the basics of sweeping and sliding the stone.
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    5940 Northwest Waukomis Drive
    Kansas City, MO US

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