Engage in Xtreme Combat This November
Let’s face it: November has been pretty stressful, and now the holiday season is upon you. So go blow off some steam and release some tension by shooting at your friends -- in a totally safe way, of course. Take a trip to the Xtreme Laser Combat Arena, and de-stress before the holidays hit and really start to put the pressure on you.
This isn’t laser tag -- this is laser combat. The course truly does resemble an arena, maybe a post-apocalyptic survival scenario of some type. It’s made to look like an urban battleground, and it will put you right in the mood to kill or be killed. Figuratively speaking, of course. The arena itself is 17,000 square feet of stuff to hide behind or climb over, places to sneak up on an enemy or fall to your doom if you don’t protect your own back.
LED lighting, fog machines and a pulse-pounding background soundtrack will totally put you in the mood to shoot a laser gun and forget about all the stressful stuff going on all around you. The arena is open Monday from 4 to 10 pm, and Wednesday through Friday from 4 to 8 pm. It’s closed on Thanksgiving Day, but it will be open on Black Friday and every other day this November. Look for it at 3101 Pond Station Road in the South End of Louisville, just a few blocks away from pretty, world-famous Prairie Village.
Play Around in Prairie Village
Prairie Village is a family neighborhood that has its own identity, and a little bit of all the stuff families want. Southwest Hospital is here, along with several well-known and well-liked public schools. The Jefferson Community College Southwest campus is also in Prairie Village. But this neighborhood is best-known for baseball. Prairie Village has a renowned baseball program for children that includes T-ball, softball and coed teams.
The homes in Prairie Village reflect this family-friendly style. There are many large, lovely homes here designed in traditional styles in ranch and two-story designs. Prairie Village is also home to Waverley Park and the Bobby Nichols Golf Course, not to mention several sought-after subdivisions like Windsor Forest. Go take a look at this pretty family neighborhood for yourself, because you'll need some nice, normal scenery after you shoot it out in the arena.
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