Relive your youth/bruise your backside the Dairy Ashford Roller Rink, which is open for public skating Thurs – Sun.
And while you’re going old-school suburbs with it, you may as well finish the night off with a sundae at Baskin Robbins.
On the second Saturday of every month, local artists open their studios to the public.
Head to the repurposed Sawyer Yards warehouses to explore everything from rad painting and sculpture works to jewelry and photography.
This totally dope, 87,500sqft, 25ft-tall underground cistern was built in 1927, but it only recently opened to the public.
Sign up for a 30-minute tour to take in its cathedral-like magnificence in person.
Then, if you can still hear over the ringing in your ears, get to know each other over late-night eats. You’ll be able to bond over locally made jams and fresh-picked produce as you hit two or three farmers markets over the course of a few hours.
Pick up a B-Cycle at Spotts Park and make your way to Market Square, where you can refuel at one of many bars and restaurants.Ea Do Neil’s Bahr, named after physicist Niels Bohr, is the spot for all things amazingly nerdy.Bond over a few games of The coastal Mexican restaurant’s raw oysters on-the-half-shell are no joke (and are natural aphrodisiacs), but their wood-roasted oysters with chipotle butter are the real winners here. Bring a blanket and a packed picnic to Miller Outdoor Theater, where live and FREE performances start the first day of spring.Downtown Revolving dinners above the city lights just never get old.
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