A good investigator isn’t stationary, something Investigation Station knows well. As a traveling children’s museum, its team brings hands-on learning into classrooms and communities across brings Pasco County. These include interactive exhibits, such as From the Sun to Pluto, an outdoor exhibit which presents kids with a scaled-down version of the solar system in the form of a hands-on 5K and Hugh Embry Library’s Lego Kid-Struction area, where children are invited to assemble puzzles and build sculptures, towers, and other creative structures.
For the organizers of Baddest Mudrun, playing in the mud hasn't lost its fun. Laid out inside a former rock quarry, the mud-drenched 5K course challenges droves of competitors with more than 20 obstacles ranging from climbing walls and monkey bars to water-filled pits. To ensure runners stay hydrated, water flows freely from stations planted throughout the course. Marshals are also on-hand at each obstacle to assist runners and shoo away any pigs prowling for new real estate. Though prizes are awarded to the top finishers in each category, the 5K-run is suitable for runners of all ages and skill levels.
At the end of the course, a tent brimming with upbeat music, food, and beer reward runners for their efforts. Meanwhile, post-race games of volleyball and tug-of-war get sweat glands going again. In addition to dirtying up contestants, the Baddest Mudrun has another aim: to support local charities with the proceeds.
There's no telling who you'll run into on a Beer Crawl crawl—past events have seen stormtroopers, cowboys, and even a brace of rarely spotted Waldos. Thanks to themed costume contests that run the gamut from neon '80s wear to masked superheroes to a holiday-themed "ugly sweater crawl," attendees of all stripes race or meander between trendy area venues. At each one, they enjoy free beer and drink specials as DJs spin popular tunes and supervise games such as Flip Cup or Figure Out What Channel the Game Is On. Participating bars vary, but can include watering holes such as Yard of Ale and MacDinton's, among many others.
Public Safety Organization's Fall Festival honors the changing seasons with hayrides and a healthy dose of mud as the festival kicks off with a nearly 3-mile morning mud run. Afterward, families enjoy themselves until sundown, stopping by the petting zoo to bond with barnyard animals, and noshing on autumnal food and drinks.
Port Richey's MetaBody Inc is a great place to stop in for some fun.
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Notice the results in your physique when you take any one of their great aerobics classes.
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Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
MetaBody Inc is a place you'll love to visit, so don't wait around, give them a call today!
If you're looking for a way to switch up your tired routine, Port Richey's Frankenfooter Race Weekend is the place for you.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Frankenfooter Race Weekend is sure to be a fun experience for the whole family!