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Team-Building in Downtown Springfield

Published: June 05, 2019

The Eugene, Cascades & Coast region has many team-building activities throughout the area. In Springfield, the Booth Kelly Makers District has three different and unique activities in one place!

Oregon Axe

Adrenaline and axes—sound interesting? Oregon Axe Throwing is just what the name suggests. It’s an axe-throwing lounge that seeks to indulge a participant’s adventurous side in a safe and conducive environment. When booking a session, an “Axe-pert” is assigned to the group and everyone receives training on how to properly hold, throw and retrieve the axes. Once everyone has been schooled in the basics, let the fun begin! Take a breather or hold a small meeting after the fun is done in the backroom where attendees can meet, mingle and enjoy refreshments.

People crafting signs at Board and Brush

Board & Brush

Looking for a fun DIY project that marries the joy of wine, paint and wood? Then look no further than Board & Brush where the instruction, materials and design ideas are provided to distress, sand, stain, paint, and customize a personalized piece of art. Whether attending a class or private event, participants are promised a fun, hands-on experience as they create their own wood sign. Board & Brush offers a truly unique relationship-building outing for attendees, plus they will leave with a keepsake to take home!

Escape the Room

Everyone wants a chance at playing Sherlock in their very own mystery story. At Escape the Room, participants can do just that—but as a team! Once immersed into the room of choice, the team is given a certain amount of time to solve the puzzles, find hidden messages and figure out the clues to escape the room. Teamwork and communication are key as other people may know or find things that weren’t apparent to others.

Author: Katerine Morton

An Oregonian at heart, Katerine Morton grew up in Lane County and attended Oregon State University, where she got her degree in Digital Communication Arts before returning to Eugene-Springfield. She loves running, trying out new restaurants and is passionate about dance.