Yoder’s Kitchen, or make yourself sparkle by purchasing some handcrafted jewelry.
Food trucks provide fuel for the market’s shoppers, which is open year-round. Tie: The Farmers Market at Saint Stephen’s; Lakeside Farmers’ Market 3.
Kids can participate in summer camps, swim lessons and activities while mom and dad run errands or lounge poolside. YMCA Spotlight Studio offers everything from Latin fusion and flamenco to Bollywood and burlesque, but assistant director Kelly Atkinson says tap and jazz are the most popular dance classes for adults.
“We’re family friendly and cater to the young and young at heart,” says Wendy Greene, local marketing director. “Some of our adults have formal dance training and are rekindling their passion for dance,” she says. Rigby’s Jig Rather than prepare its students for dance competitions, Spotlight Studio instills the joy of giving back to the community through performance.
“We get a lot of folks who come in who don’t have a lot of knowledge about volleyball,” says executive director Darcy Carroll.
Narrow shoulders make this volume-heavy artery a dangerous and inconvenient place to pump those pedals.“For us, it’s about consistency and passion for what we do,” says co-owner Jimmy Yax. Tie: Glenmore Yoga & Wellness Center, Shockoe Slip Yoga and Yoga Source Whether you’re a beginning jogger or a veteran marathoner, Road Runner’s staff is trained to fit you with the proper footwear.Veteran yoga students can deepen their practice with workshops and retreats through this family-owned business. Plus, they walk (or run) the talk — all of them are runners.Independence Gold Club got a major facelift in 2014, earning it a place on Golf Digest’s list of Top 10 Remodels of 2016.Improvements have reduced the average play time from 5 ½ hours to 4 hours and 5 minutes, says Nick Austin, director of golf.