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MetroRock provides climbing for people of all ages and abilities. They offer an easy to moderate terrain in a controlled environment for newcomers along with a thorough and extensive training facility for experienced climbers.
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Scheduling a variety of entertainment and performances in Arlington, Regent Theater is busy year-round. Some events held at this venue include musical concerts, dance recitals, plays, movies and comedy shows.
With classes for all ages of children, Flips & Giggles Gymnastics provides personalized instructions for increasing a child's flexibility. The teacher starts with the basics, working them up to cartwheels and then handsprings.
Life-size art is Cyrus Dallin Art Museum's specialty. The large sculptures of Native Americans, women, animals, and key members of America's history will bring history back to life right in front of you.
A community gathering spot, Spy Pond Park is an ideal place for bird watching and water sports such as canoeing or kayaking. With a walking trail, picnic area and playground, it is also frequented by families with young children.
Designed as a safe, fun place for dogs, Thorndike Field Dog Park provides ample space for running, jumping and playing. It also offers pet-friendly drinking fountains, obstacle courses and comfortable seating for pet owners.
For a peaceful and quiet skate on well-kept ice visitors check out Veterans Memorial Rink. The rink consists of one big rink and a separate smaller rink and offers open skate, hockey leagues, and skate lessons.
Craft beer Night Shift Brewing is a small-batch brewery house. Patrons can bring their own food and partake in sampling seasonal, year-round or specialty beers that are hand-bottled and poured on draft in small pours, flights or large pour servings.
Brooklyn Boulders Somerville offers climbs for various skill levels and also provides a variety of classes to improve climbing techniques. Patrons can climb smaller walls without ropes within the gym or attempt routes on walls while harnessed.