Thursday, May 12, 2016
Sushi, Yoga, and Giant Jenga All at Mayday
If you are looking for something to do this summer, do not look any further! Mayday Brewery has plenty of entertaining options to choose from. On Cinco de Mayo Mayday hosted its first Sushi Class. The class sold out in no time and was phenomenal! Our instructor Kelly was lots of fun and very helpful in explaining the process. I had no idea how easy it actually is to make sushi, but now, the lucky person who gets a date with me will get to eat some amazing Sushi made at home. Kelly made the entire experience a blast. She explained the rice, the sauces, the meats, and was very detailed in explaining everything. We did have a High Maintenance table that kept all of us on our toes. These ladies were quick and if we had animal crackers from our tours they would have gotten their share, but Kelly took it in stride and we had a fun and educational Cinco de Mayo. Kelly will be leading another sushi class at Mayday on May 26, so be sure and get your tickets early. You will love it!
This week, I also participated in my first Yoga at Mayday class with Layce. I’m a power-lifter that just started training for my first trail half marathon and my body is feeling it. I’ve been pondering yoga for a while and finally had the opportunity to participate in this class. Shockingly, I was able to do most of the poses! Lacey makes this class very manageable for people of all skill levels, and you will find a nice sense of peace and becoming centered through it all. Not to mention, I finally wore yoga pants for yoga and got to enjoy a delicious beer (looking a hot, sweaty mess) with a fabulous group of women afterwards. Lacey has created something special. Not only are you getting some great exercise for your body, you are benefiting mentally as well, all in a great space where the Mayday beer is produced. The next yoga class will be May 14 at 1:00pm. Follow Yoga at Mayday on Facebook for class schedules.
Giant Jenga has taken off now that the weather is nicer. Every day there is someone attempting to master this game and break the record for tallest tower. You can also hear the loud crash of the blocks quite often. No matter how many times it happens, I will always be a little startled. There are times when the Jenga has become the focus of the evening because it is that interesting. I’ve even heard of a few people trying to mathematically or scientifically find the best way to master the game. I’m thinking a Jenga tournament would be fun, what do you think?
There are so many other wonderful activities at Mayday. Tours every Saturday at 3, 4, and 5, live music on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2-4-1 on Wednesdays and small batches on Thursdays (and sometimes live music Thursdays as well). So come check them out and follow the on Facebook and Instagram. Also, keep following this blog. Share it with your friends and family. You may even get to be in the story, or if you have ideas for blog topics, don’t be shy, let me know.
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