If movies just don't do it for you, then come watch the real thing. Cheer on your favorite cars as they race down the track at Gallay Motorsports in Jerseyville.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Owned by St. Louis Rams Cheerleader, Chelsea LaBrie, Prima Dance & Tumbling offers a variety of classes. Starting dancers and tumblers at age 2 up to 18 years old. 6,000 sq ft facility has 3 dance studios and a large tumbling gym (spring floors and Tumbl Trak). Best coaches and instructors in town!!
What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans?
We have everything from beginners to advanced tumbler and dancers. Everyone is welcome and our instructors will advance your skill level in no time!
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Chelsea hopes to create a positive environment for all her students giving them poise, confidence, agility as well as learning the importance of health and fitness to carry with them forever. Both recreational and competitive dance will be offered with classes in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop & more.
What do you love most about your job?
The best part of our job is seeing our students succeed and enjoy learning new skills and technique. We value each students hard work and dedication!
Before airplanes or helicopters, there were trapeze artists. Defying gravity for a chance at aerial artistry, they quickly became the stars of circuses and traveling shows the world over. At Circus Harmony Flying Trapeze Center – Union Station, trapeze artists of today carry on this graceful discipline with the next generation of high-flying performers. Seasoned instructors—led by St. Louis native and triple somersault expert Matt Viverito—lead classes designed for all ages and skill levels, from curious adults to kids looking to be the next great circus stars. The only trapeze school in St. Louis recently celebrated the opening of a new facility; there, a state-of-the-art rig complete with brand-new equipment keeps students safe as they swing 25 feet off the ground.
At one time, St. Charles Flying Service's airport was a training base for World War II pilots during the early 1940s. Today, several vintage WWII aircraft still call the facility home, as does Boeing, which utilizes the grounds to test its own planes for modern-day military operations. Surrounded by aviation benchmarks both past and present, St. Charles Flying Service passes on the gift of flight to students with flight training for single and multiengine aircraft. From light sport to airline transport pilot, the facility's certified instructors help mold the pilots of tomorrow, who may also take advantage of open-enrollment ground courses.
For a swinging good time in Florissant, follow the music to DK Dance Productions.
If you're a dancer of all trades, come join the fun and varied classes DK Dance Productions has to offer.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.