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Dr Pepper StarCenter

In addition to learn-to-skate classes, the Dr Pepper StarCenter offers Kids First, a free program designed to help kids ages 4 to 8 get acquainted with the exciting sport of hockey. During the five-week class, kids are loaned a full set of hockey equipment and instructed on the basics of the game. Multiple locations.

Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy

Mercy Street Sports

Harkensback

The inventory is a reflection of the name. The team culled items that harkened back to a time when people were more cognizant of the makers and the meaning behind the pieces they purchased. Argentinian-made blankets from Ora et Labora, wicker furniture by MM Vintage, handmade pottery from Your House or Mine, small-batch cotton and linen apparel from co-founder Julie McCullough’s Folksie line, crystals from Ribelle Studio line the neutral space, along with loads of leather products. “I just tried to think of what I would spend money on when I travel,” says McCullough. “For me it was leather goods and crystals.”

Aquatics at T Bar M Racquet Club

For the past 15 years (including a 10-year stint at Cooper Aerobics Center and as current varsity swim coach at St. Mark’s), swim pro Dirk Ebel has been teaching and coaching swimming for everyone from the novice through professional athletes; adults and children with special needs. Ebel is now taking his skill to T Bar M as directory of aquatics. The USA Triathlete also offers private lessons.
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