Summer Fun in MHC: Part III
Want a fun dining experience filled with kind hearted, energetic people? Visit Fenderz in Collinsville! They have some of the most amazing service and food you will ever experience. You can get everything there from burgers, onion rings and hot dogs to milkshakes, sundaes and more.
This fun-fulled restaurant has a great 50's theme complete with all the retro decor you can imagine.
Recently, our staff visited to check out their latest creation, fried pickle chips. Imagine a crisp, sliced dill pickle, battered and deep-fried to perfection. Served with a side of ranch dressing that has just a hint of spicy wasabi, this appetizer is a true winner!
Stay cool indoors and express yourself creatively at Piedmont Arts. Children will love visiting the Discovery Room where they can paint, draw, build, make music, present puppet shows and so much more.
All ages will enjoy the diverse exhibits presented at the gallery throughout the year and exciting On Stage! performances. Admission to Piedmont Arts is free to the public Monday through Saturday thanks to generous member support.
See it before it's gone! Expressions 2012 closes July 7th to make way for the next amazing exhibit.
Click to discover all 8 of Martinsville's museums!
When was the last time you went bowling? This game is fun for all ages and a great way to beat the heat indoors. Sportlanes is offering an exciting program this summer that lets Kids Bowl Free. All youth under 18 are eligible for two free games of bowling per week throughout the summer.
Both visitors to the area and residents will also enjoy $1.25 bowling specials all-day on Sundays and Wednesday and Penny Bowling on Friday nights from 5-9 p.m.
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Who can resist these cute and cuddly creatures? There's lots of love awaiting you at Stonehaus Farms. Watch the baby animals play, try your hand at milking a goat and even learn to make your own artisan goat cheese.
These are just some of the experiences that you can enjoy at this petting ranch that is a working breeding farm devoted to teaching the lost arts and animal husbandry.
Admission for farm guests ages 15 and under is free; adults are $5.
Can't get enough animals? Check out Infinity Acres Petting Ranch also!
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