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  • The New Children's Museum
    The New Children?s Museum's hands-on exhibits challenge kids to think creatively and solve problems. They can observe lizards in mock habitats, build Lego cars and put them to the test on a racetrack, follow a timeline of Mars' history, and learn about the Earth's rotation under a Foucault pendulum. The museum also hosts camps and birthday parties, helping to make learning become a celebrated part of life.
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    950 Trout Brook Dr.
    West Hartford, CT US
  • Kur Cycling Studio
    The KUR Salon & Academy?s retinue of student stylists craft elegant manes under the supervision of the salon?s licensed staff. Coif restructurings begin with an in-depth consultation, where stylist and patron meld together creative input to decide upon a look that best flatters faces or adds pizzazz to ear trumpets. Under the guidance of their instructor, scissor wielders agilely rework strands to create a healthy, stylish 'do. For tresses in need of a pigment pick-me-up, a full set of highlights weave in and out of clients? base hue to create dimension, and a quick blow-drying sets tendrils into their new shape.
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    951 Farmington Avenue
    West Hartford, CT US
  • The Gym at Bloomfield Crossing, LLC
    Each piece of Life Fitness and Hammer Strength equipment is designed to sculpt and tighten a different part of the body. You can try them all at The Gym at Bloomfield Crossing, LLC, where members make the rounds on weight machines or burn calories on treadmills with personal TV monitors. Instructors guide groups through fitness classes such as yoga and Zumba in expansive workout rooms, and servers pour replenishing protein shakes at the juice bar.
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    22 Mountain Avenue
    Bloomfield, CT US
  • ZogSports CT
    ZogSports unites like-minded recreational athletes through fun coed sports teams and social events in leagues across the country. With seasonal sports such as basketball, football, and volleyball, teammates interact and compete in a fun environment. ZogSports organizes postgame happy hours at local bars and restaurants, which are designed for teams to mingle, talk about the games, and conjure up the possibility of a recreational dissertation-writing league. ZogSports donates 10% of profit and 100% of happy-hour proceeds to charities of each team's choosing, ensuring participants make a noticeable difference in the community. ZogSports and participating urbanites have donated more than $1,400,000 to charities since 2002.
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    810 Farmington Avenue
    West Hartford, CT US
  • Gillette Ridge Restaurant
    When Arnold Palmer’s architectural firm set out to design the 18-hole course at Gillette Ridge Golf Club, it incorporated a long, wooded layout that would showcase the 19th-century politician and reformer Francis Gillette’s original homestead. Today, the course continues to showcase its beautifully crafted layout that has maintained the elegance of a bygone era while opting to share its charming characteristics with the public. Gillette Ridge welcomes all golfers to take on the blistering 7,191-yard tract that integrates groves of mature trees, placid water hazards, and white-sand bunkers that surround contoured greens. Much of the course's difficulty comes from its length, as demonstrated on the par 5 seventh and 12th holes, which stretch 612 yards and 607 yards from the tips, respectively. Both holes make it nearly impossible to reach the green in two, though for different reasons: the seventh green prevents run-ups with a front side stream, whereas the 12th hole has an early dogleg right that demands more conservative tee shots and golf carts that are pro-environment. The course's premium on distance continues right through the finishing hole, a par 4, 478-yard straightaway that splits two fairway bunkers and forces players to carry the green's front side pond on their approach shot or hope that a friendly frog will lend a lily pad for safe passage. Three practice putting greens, two practice bunkers, and an all-grass driving range provide ample space for golfers to stretch their swings before rounds. After rounds, players can unwind in Gillette Ridge’s 6,000-square-foot clubhouse, where the course restaurant serves up sandwiches such as the philly cheesesteak and chicken-salad sliders, and starters such as Maryland crab cakes and quesadillas—the late Mrs. Gillette’s specialty that has carried on since the 19th century. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 72 course Total length of 7,191 yards from the back tees Course rating of 74.8 from the back tees Course slope of 135 from the back tees Four sets of tees per hole Scorecard
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    1360 Hall Blvd.
    Bloomfield, CT US
  • My Gym
    My Gym children's fitness center, which currently has more than 325 international locations, began more than 31 years ago as a structured place for children to safely play, acquire new skills, and romp around. This dedication to imparting the benefits and fun of fitness still earns acclaim today; in 2014, My Gym was named the best children's fitness center by Entrepreneur magazine. My Gym's popularity stems from its signature program, which helps children from 6 weeks through 13 years of age develop their physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being. This development unfolds in the centers' fun classes, which teach kids fundamental skills through music, dance, games, sports, and more. In addition to boosting physical attributes such as balance, coordination, and strength, these classes also teach kids important social abilities, as well as boost their self-esteem.
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    150 S Main St
    West Hartford, CT US

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