Family and learning deals are hot in Columbus this week

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If the playground, park and movie routine is getting a little tired, why not do something different with the kids this week? From a scavenger hunt to lightsaber classes, these events will win approval from everyone in the family.

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Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt

From the ScavengerHunt.com deal description:

Participants gear up and launch the ScavengerHunt.com app to start their own adventure, racing against the clock at a time of their choosing.

Where: 90 W. Broad St.
Price: $16 (80% off normal price). More options are available. 
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Bowling at Sequoia Pro Bowl

From the Sequoia Pro Bowl deal description:

Teams bowl at a renovated, 32-lane alley that has hosted five PBA tournaments and features an interactive BES X scoring system.

Where: 5501 Sandalwood Blvd.
Price: $40-$59
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AMF Bowling Co.

From the AMF Bowling Co. deal description:

Long-time bowling industry leader with locations all across the country features bowling packages and entertaining arcades.

Where: 4825 Sawmill Road
Price: $19
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Introductory Fencing Lessons

From the Royal Arts Fencing Academy deal description:

Fencing fundamentals are taught in four group classes to help students progress to intermediate instruction.

Where: 5770 Westbourne Ave.
Price: $25
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Fencing Lightsaber Classes

From the Royal Arts Fencing Academy deal description:

Students learn basic fencing moves that mimic the lightsaber duels from the “Star Wars” films.

Where: 5770 Westbourne Ave.
Price: $25
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