Coach John "Q" McQueen scored 1,524 points during his collegiate career at Cabrini College, good for second most in school history. His all-around skill set was impressive, showcasing fundamentals to dominate opponents and score at ease. After that, John played and coached hoops in Europe, scouted for a cartoon Martian team, and later wrote a motivational book titled "Living Proof." Today, coach John runs Drillz and Skillz Hoopz, a youth basketball camp and clinic where youngsters learn the fundamentals of the game in addition to learning about character and ethics.
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Parking: Free street parking
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
Pro Tip: Fun for all ages. You do not have to be a dog lover to enjoy bluegrass music, a parade, and dachshund races.
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Free event with lots of give aways.
Inspiration isn't hard to come by at Studio B. That's because the studio's art classes are typically accompanied by music, whether that means painting to neo-soul jams or making glass art while a live gospel jazz band performs. If the tunes get you in the mood to move, you can also join one of the center's dance and fitness classes, which range from bellydancing to yoga.
Put your creative cap on before heading to The Gallery at Brookwood, one of Austell's most beloved art institutions.
Be sure to visit the restaurant at this museum for a delicious meal.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Take an in-depth look at some beautiful art pieces at this art museum and go home with some inspiration.
Infants and toddlers bounce and play at Baby Break, an indoor party center for the ankle-biter set. Adventures include pint-sized slides, basketball hoops, and ball pits, ready to be explored in open play or private parties. Depending on the time of day, families can either take part in the festivities with Mommy and Me classes or take a break on a Parents' Night Out.
During summer months, camp counselors at Learning For Your Future help kids in first through eighth grades explore their creativity and learn valuable skills. Their day camps incorporate indoor and outdoor activities in areas such as music, dance, math, and art. The day camps can also help kids develop skills in sports.