In this year of political turmoil and fighting around the world, we can be reluctant to tackle the issue of a war zone or fierce competition.

In fact, there's a new game in town in Manchester, New Hampshire, that is an all-out war, but not the type you think.

With the reopening of The Community Leadership Center on Elm Street, the games have begun to create a safe place for the great people of the Queen City.

The Center is run by Thrive Outdoors and East Coast Evolution Leadership, with a 6,000-square-foot world of wonder comprised of rope courses, smash rooms, nerf rooms, and escape rooms.  Of course, this includes the ever popular Nerf Chaos Wars on Wednesday from 6-8pm, and Saturdays from 1-3pm.

The Center also hosts birthday parties, like paint room birthday parties without the cleanup.

The Community Leadership Center via Facebook
The Community Leadership Center via Facebook
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According to eastcoastevolutionleadership.com,

The Community Leadership Center is a unique space dedicated to delivering one-of-kind experiences that encourage healthy living & personal growth. The center boasts a 30’ by 8’ boulder climbing wall, a wild challenge course, low ropes elements, Nerf battles, a wide library of wilderness survival and nature educational supplies, games, summer camps, after-school programs, and much more.

The Community Leadership Center via Facebook
The Community Leadership Center via Facebook
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It's good and healthy fun with an element of competition. The space isn't just about outdoorsmanship.  For instance, the group hosted a birthday party for an aspiring young chef and turned the space into a French Bistro.

It's all about imagination, creativity, and encouraging the community to become better leaders.

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