As a parent, I know firsthand just how difficult it is to send your child off to school for the first time. They’ve grown up just enough that they’re entering into the wonderful world of education, but by no means does that imply that they aren’t still your baby. When they get home from school, you’ll ask them about their day, and they’ll tell you all the details they can muster about their teacher Mrs. Beasley, their new friend Braydon and how many chicken nuggies they ate at lunch. Ahh, how sweet is that?
Fast forward 10 years. Mrs. Beasley died. Braydon sells drugs. Chicken nuggets have too much gluten. What happened to the innocent life your little baby had? We can’t answer that for you. And we can’t change the past. Mrs. Beasley isn’t coming back—we’re sorry. But what we can do is provide an after school activity for you and your all-grown-up-baby to enjoy together.
Teens at Total Axe
Unlike a lot of axe throwing venues, Total Axe allows kids 13+ to throw, while accompanied by an adult. We’re dedicated to sharing the sport with everyone, and are proud to call ourselves an establishment for the whole family. So, if you’re concerned about your kiddo not having something to do after school, and would like to do something fun together, might we recommend axe throwing at Total Axe? It’s a sure-fire way to keep your child away from Darren. We banned Darren from our facility years ago.
The After School Activity
On Thursdays and Fridays, walk-ins begin at 5 o’clock (and noon on Saturdays and Sundays). When you come in, you’ll be greeted our staff, who will get you all checked in. After that, the instructor will go over a brief safety tutorial, and then teach you how to throw. Once you’re throwing, the fun rolls in. From the first time you get an axe to stick, to winning your first match, and on and on and on. But that’s just walk-ins. Let’s say you book a group, and bring the whole family, or the kids and some of their friends. Not only do you get the safety and throwing tutorials, you also get to compete in a tournament, run by your coach. And if that wasn’t special enough, there are even options to throw throwing stars, knives, cards, and tactical shovels! You can’t mourn the loss of your kindergarten teacher when you’re throwing axes.
We’ll see you soon!
We’d love for you to visit Total Axe to throw some axes. We care about your child, you know? We want to make sure they’re safe and sound, and spending quality time with the right people. So, if you’d like, go ahead and book a group, order a pizza (or something gluten free), and come on in. We’ll keep your child safe (with your supervision, please don’t just drop your kid off at our front door).