Indoor multi-sports complex offering family nautilus and facilities for youth gymnastics, tennis, soccer, golf, karate, lacrosse, dance, plus pre-school programs, summer camps, and private gym parties.
453 Grant Avenue Rd
Auburn, NY 13021
Class A professional baseball, farm team for Washington Nationals.
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130 N. Division St.
Auburn, NY 13021
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February 21, 2010: Past Glories: Stories of African American Contributions to Syracuse High School Sports in the 1950s through 1970s Former County Legislator and Nottingham football standout Carmen Harlow will lead a discussion about memories of standout sports figures from the local African-American community in the decades following World War II. February 21, 2010, 2PM, OHA Museum, FREE.
Onondaga Historical Association Museum & Research Center
321 Montgomery St., Syracuse, NY. 13202
Phone 315-428-1864, Fax: 315-471-2133
So the holidays are over. The hustle, the bustle and allll the fussing. Little Lily is happy with her American Doll and Little Lyle is thrilled with his Baguka Launcher. (Dont ask.) Take a deep breath and thank your lucky stars, as its finally time to just sit back eh, go ahead and lie down, you deserve it and relax.
After a season of selflessness, good spirit and generosity, youve earned yourself a little selfish me time.
Treat yourself to something special at Spa Mirbeau, where you can soothe your senses with a luxurious massage, body wrap or facial treatment in an elegant room featuring a fireplace, followed by a dip of the tootsies in the heated foot pool of the resting area. Further restore your inner peace at Solely U and choose from a full body Swedish massage, Reiki, reflexology, ion foot cleanse or a hot stone massage whatever tickles your fancy. Hopefully youre not too ticklish, however, as that could be awkward in a massage. Indulge yourself at SpaZend for exceptional massage services, body scrubs, eye treatments, you name it. Cure whatever is ailing you using the indigenous healing traditions of Asia, inspired by practitioners of ancient cultures.
For more splendid spa venues and services, peruse http://www.visitsyracuse.org/attractions/activity/spamass.
So Aunt Rita said you put on a little weight at your Christmas get-together this year, hmm? What better way to melt the extra holiday ham on your haunches than to get outside in the winter wonderland we call home?! Don your new winter jacket and semi-goofy knit mittens (handspun by that nay-sayer Aunt Rita) and try snowshoeing (which burns 475 calories per hour*), cross-country skiing (475 calories per hour*), or even building a snow cave (285 calories per hour*) at Beaver Lake Nature Center. Beaver Lake is the perfect habitat (pun intended) for every wintry activity imaginable with its winding trails and 200-acre glacial lake. Text a friend to go ice skating in Clinton Square (burns 400 calories an hour* plus the thumb movements involved in texting), or hop on a horse drawn hay or sleigh rides (not a major calorie burner, unfortunately, unless you run alongside the horse) at Highland Forest.
If you absolutely MUST avoid the chill, or you simply prefer hitting the gym for daily exercise (how unexciting), explore inside at the MOST. Fly away with The Wonderful World of Butterflies, featuring an extensive collection of over 400 preserved butterflies from five continents; sign up for a Winter Science Class; or watch amazing IMAX movie, The Human Body”, which explores the magic of our very own bodies, opening January 10th. Make the MOST out of winter. (Couldnt help myself.)
October 19 2008
Description: Sports memorabilia & collectible show with up to 175 dealer tables.
Price: Adults $4.00, children 10 and under free
Building: Horticulture Building
New York State Fairgrounds
581 State Fair Blvd.
Syracuse, NY 13209
P: 800.475.FAIR or 315.487.7711