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Autumn Has Arrived at Hazard Center

Posted By hazardcenter / September 17, 2019 / Blog / Comments are disabled

Fall is officially here, with shorter days, cooler nights and school back in session. This season, Hazard Center has you covered with an array of Autumn-oriented options and activities.

Check out five fun and festive ways to swing into fall this season:

1. Get your Game on.

Tune into everyone’s favorite fall sport – Football – at BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse or Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill. Whether you are a college or NFL fan, these two lively venues offer an array of viewing options – as well as delicious eats and brews while you enjoy the game(s)!

Enter our giveaway to win the ultimate tailgater’s prize pack.

2. Indulge in Everyone’s Fave Fall Beverage

Stop by Starbucks or Intermezzo Espresso Café to grab a smooth and delicious  pumpkin spice latte – a perfect indulgence when reading the morning paper or enjoying a good book – perhaps from Barnes & Noble, just right around the corner!

3. Enjoy a Scary Movie Night.

With Halloween approaching, scary movie season is in full gear and there is no better place to catch the latest horror flick than UltraStar Cinemas! Our comfy leather chairs, happy hour specials and yummy eats will help you survive deranged killers and eerie haunted homes, offering up a scary-good time. See what’s playing here.

4. Work up a Good Sweat.

With the holiday season looming, now’s the time to work off some serious calories. Our two work-out hot spots, Orangetheory Fitness and Rush Cycle provide cutting edge equipment and high energy fun – as well as a full body workout – so you can embark on the calorie-laden holiday season energized, trim and toned.

5. Destress and Unwind

Prepare for the impending holiday mayhem with a soothing deep tissue massage from Massage Envy, the leading provider of therapeutic massage in the U.S. The venue offers a flexible menu of treatments designed to meet your busy schedule, helping you unwind before the season is filled with nonstop holiday parties and gift giving.

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