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Program Event Brochure Fall-Winter 2016

Program Event Brochure Fall-Winter 2016

program and event brochure

Fall/Winter 2016

Registration Information On the Cover

If you are interested in a class, avoid disappointment and sign Angel of Hope Memorial Garden (center)
up right away. Space is limited for most activities, and registra- Introduced to the world in the best-selling book The Christmas
tion is first-come, first-served. Also, most activities require that a Box by Richard Paul Evans, the Angel of Hope Memorial Garden
minimum number of participants be signed up in order to hold was brought to the Michiana area by a group of bereaved par-
the class. So, failure to sign up early may mean your class will be ents and community members who shared a vision of a quiet
cancelled. place where families could remember their children and heal.
The garden was dedicated in October of 2001.
How to Register Visit to learn more.

Registrations can now be done two ways: Rum Village Fall Family Fun Fair (bottom left)
1) You can register in-person at our administrative offices, Kids show off the pumpkins they decorated at the Family Fun
located at the O’Brien Recreation Center, 321 E. Walter Fair. This annual event features horse drawn wagon rides,
Street. You can register during our main office hours, pumpkin painting, musicians, games and tasty treats.
Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Payment can
be made by cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover Daddy Daughter Dance (bottom right)
card. The Daddy Daughter Dance is the biggest dance event in Michi-
2) You can register online at using your Visa, ana! Dads and daughters dress in their finest attire and enjoy a
Master Card, and Discover card. night of dancing, photo opportunities, food, drinks and give-
Cancellation Policy
Park Rangers
A 50% refund will be given if a participant cancels their registra-
tion at least five working days prior to the first class. No refund (574) 299-4765
will be allowed after this time. A full refund will be given if the Park Maintenance Facility, 1020 High Street
Parks and Recreation Department cancels a class for any reason. South Bend, IN 46601
No refunds or exchanges for fitness center memberships. The South Bend Parks and Recreation Department is fortunate
to have available for the patrons of the City of South Bend a di-
Departmental Phone Numbers vision of Park Rangers to assist the public. These individuals are
patrolling all 53 parks and around 1,300 acres of park land to
All numbers are 574 area code help make sure that everyone feels welcome and secure.
Administrative Office, 321 E. Walter St. 299-4765
Fax 299-4783
TDD 299-5567
Byer’s Softball Complex 282-1449
Charles Black, Sr. Recreation Center 235-9446
Elbel Golf Course 271-9180
Erskine Golf Course 291-3216
Howard Park Ice Rink 235-9451
Howard Park Recreation Center 235-9428
Kennedy Water Playground 235-9407
Leeper Park Tennis Center 235-9405
Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center 235-9445
O’Brien Fitness Center 299-3482
O’Brien Recreation Center 299-4765
Park Maintenance Issues 235-9414
Park Security 299-4765
Potawatomi Zoo 235-9800
Potawatomi Park Pool 235-9438
Rum Village Nature Center 235-9455
Studebaker Golf Course 287-6634
Para mas informacion por favor llame al:
(574) 235-9373 y pregunte por Mike Bueno.

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Multimedia Policy City of South Bend Mission:

On occasion, Parks & Recreation staff may take photos, video or We Deliver Services That Empower Everyone To Thrive.
other recordings of participants in our classes and programs, or
people at special events or on park property. Please be aware We work every day to do the following:
that this multimedia is only for Parks & Recreation Department
use and may be used in future print publications or on our web- 1. Make the Basics Easy
site. Please contact us if you have any questions. 2. Deliver Good Government
3. Invest in People and Places
Subsidized Rate Policy
Our Values:
The South Bend Parks & Recreation Department is proud to of-
fer subsidized rates as our scholarship program to the youth of Excellence, Accountability, Innovation, Inclusion, and Empower-
South Bend. Although the scholarships are based on availability, ment
we try to accommodate as many youth as possible. To qualify
the youth must be school aged. The family must also show one South Bend Parks & Recreation Department
of the following at the time of registration to represent the finan- Mission:
cial need: their Food Stamp card, Hoosier Healthwise Card or
Medicaid Card. Classes and programs that qualify for subsidized We Build Community Through People, Parks & Programs.
rates are: Learn to Swim, River City Basketball League, Youth In-
structional Classes, Camp Awareness, Kids’ World Day Camp and Mayor and City Council
the Kids’ Triathlon.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg
City Council Gavin Ferlic
At the time of printing, the fees in this brochure were accurate. At-Large Karen White
The Park Board of Commissioners sets fees for South Bend At-Large John Voorde
Parks and Recreation. Fees are subject to change without notifi- At-Large Tim Scott
cation. Please contact the O’Brien Recreation Center at 1st District Regina Williams
(574) 299-4765 to confirm fees. 2nd District Randy Kelly
3rd District Jo Broden
Inclement Weather Closing Policy 4th District David A. Varner
5th District Oliver Davis
In the event of inclement weather, cancellation of any South Bend 6th District
Parks & Recreation Department activities that are held in a South
Bend Parks & Recreation park or facility will be determined on a Board of Park Commissioners Mark Neal
case by case basis. South Bend Community School Corporation President Dan Farrell
cancellations automatically cancel our activities when held on Vice-President Amy Hill
their premises. In the event that a class or program is cancelled, Member Aimee Buccallato
we will announce on our web site, Facebook page, television sta- Member
tions and local radio stations will be contacted. Announcement
on television is at the discretion of the local stations. Parks and Recreation Staff Aaron Perri
Executive Director Susan O’Connor
ADA Compliance Deputy Director John Martinez
Maintenance Supt Brent Thompson
The City of South Bend Parks & Recreation Department is con- City Forester Ron O’Connor
stantly working to be in compliance with all ADA codes wherever Finance Director T.J. Mannen
possible. If you require special assistance in order to participate Director of Golf Matthew Moyers
in any of our programs, please contact us. We will do our best to Special Project Coordinator Amy Roush
provide you with whatever assistance you need. Administrative Assistant Matt Esau
Director of Marketing
311 Hotline

311 Call Center Hours:
Monday - Friday, 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM. Phone within South Bend city
limits: 311 Phone outside city limits: (574) 233-0311. This num-
ber can be used within South Bend if you can’t reach 311 TTY:
(574) 235-5567
Always call 911 for emergencies.

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Facilities & Rentals................................ 6 Family Passport to Play.........................13
Youth Sports.......................................... 6 Special Events.......................................13
Golf....................................................... 7 Martin Luther King Jr. Rec Center..........14
Adult Athletics....................................... 8 Howard Park Rec & Senior Center..........15
Aquatics................................................ 8 Charles Black Recreation Center............16
O'Brien Fitness Center........................... 8 Rum Village Nature Center.....................16
Group Fitness Classes............................ 9 Maintenance Facility.............................17
Youth Classes.......................................11

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Charles Black, Sr. Recreation Center Rum Village Nature Center
3419 W Washington Street 2626 S Gertrude Street
Monday-Thursday: 1:00pm-8:30pm Monday-Friday: 8:30am to 4:30pm
Friday: 9:00am-5:30pm Sunday: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Closed weekends and holidays Various programs are offered. You may request a program for
Various fitness and educational programs are available. your classroom or bring your students to the nature center.
Call (574) 235-9446 for more information. Call (574) 235-9455 for more information.
Howard Park Recreation Center O’Brien Recreation & Fitness Center
604 E Jefferson Blvd. 321 E Walter Street
55+ Adult Activities Monday-Friday 5:30am-9:00pm
Monday-Wednesday, Friday: 11:00am-4:00pm . Saturday: 7:00am-4:00pm
Call (574) 235-9428 for more information. Sunday: 9:00am-2:00pm
Leeper Tennis Center Call (574) 299-3482 for more information.
837 N Lafayette Blvd. Facility Reservations
Open play June 8-August 1 Mon-Fri 9am-9pm Looking to picnic outdoors? We process reservations Monday
Call for weekend hours (574) 235-9405. through Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm at the O’Brien Office (321 E
Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Center Walter Street, South Bend, IN 46614) for Potawatomi, Rum
1522 W Linden Village, O’Brien or Southeast.
Monday-Thursday: 9:00am-9pm For availability or questions you can call (574) 299-4765 or
Friday: 9:00am-6:30pm visit http://sbpark.orgparks/facilities/.
Closed weekends and holidays Not interested in these parks? All other parks in the South
Various fitness and educational programs are available. Bend city limits are first come first serve, no alcohol, no loud
Call (574) 235-9445 for more information. music and 50 people or less. Ideal for family picnicking.
Potawatomi Zoo Available for reservations from May through September.
500 S Greenlawn Blvd.
10:00am-5:00pm, daily YOUTH SPORTS
Opening Day: April 3
Call (574) 235-9800 for more information. Co-Ed Youth Flag Football (Ages 6-14)
Bounce-O-Rama “Will Travel” Does your child love football but is too young or not interest-
Rent bouncers for any event. ed in the contact of regular football?  Sign them up for this fun
Call (574) 235-9373 and ask for Mike. and popular program which teaches the basics of flag football,
allows them to run plays, be part of a team and have loads of
6 Office: 574.299.4765 / fun!  Fee includes six game season, team shirt and end of season
party; all games are officiated. 

If you are interested in being a volunteer coach, please contact
Jennifer at (574) 235-9504 or Runs
September 10th through October 15th.

Days Time Place Cost
Saturday TBA O’Brien $55.00
Recreation Center

River City Youth Basketball (Ages 5-14)
River City is a Recreational basketball league for kids 5 yrs. of
age to 14 yrs. of age. We have a 6 week Fall League. Registrations
begin the week of September 5th, 2016. There’s also an 8 week
Winter League with a single elimination tournament at the end.
Registration for Winter league will begin week of December 5th,
2016. All participants receive an award for participation.

GOLF (cont.)

Elbel Golf Course Erskine Golf Course
26595 Auten Road 4200 Miami Road
(574) 271-9180 (574) 291-3216

Season Passes/Membership Packages
All-Inclusive $1,399.00 per course
Individual $399.00 each course with
$4.00 surcharge at other course
Senior $299.00 each course with
$4.00 surcharge at other course
Junior $99.00 good at both courses

GOLF Per Play Pass 20 plays $275.00
Individual 10 plays $145.00
Elbel Golf Course Erskine Golf Course 20 plays $185.00
26595 Auten Road 4200 Miami Road Seniors 10 plays $100.00
(574) 271-9180 (574) 291-3216

Weekday Rates The “E” card $99.00
Individual Express Pass $139.00
See Clubhouse for all package details
7:00am-2:00pm Green Fee $16.00
With Cart $34.00
With E-Card $26.00
2:00pm-9:00pm Green Fee $10.00 Golf: $20 on the 20th
With Cart $28.00 Join us at Elbel or Erskine Golf Courses for a special rate on the
With E-Card $23.00 20th of each month: $20 on the 20th! Price includes green fee &
Replay Green Fee $6.00 cart. If the 20th falls on a weekend or holiday, then the special is
With Cart $24.00 valid after 12:00 p.m. Call the pro shops: Elbel 271-9180; Erskine
With E-Card $21.00 291-3216 for all the details.
9 holes Green Fee $19.00 Date Time Place Cost
With Cart $14.00
With E-Card $10.00 20th of every month All-day* Elbel Golf $20.00
$28.00 Course
Seniors (62+) Green Fee $23.00 20th of every month All-day* Erskine Golf $20.00
With Cart $5.00
With E-Card Course

Juniors (8-18yrs)

Weekend Rates $18.00 Studebaker Golf Course
Before 12:00pm Green Fee $36.00 718 E Calvert St
With Cart $27.00 (574) 287-6634
With E-Card $30.00 A nine hole golf course open daily from 7:00am to sunset from
12:00pm-9:00pm Green Fee $24.00 March through November (weather permitting).
With Cart $6.00
With E-Card $24.00
Replay Green Fee $21.00 Rates Daily 7:00am-sunset $8.00
$12.00 Seniors (65+) $5.00
With Cart $21.00 Juniors (17 and younger) $4.00
With E-Card $15.00 $5.00
9 holes Green Fee $12.00 Juniors (Weekends)
$32.00 All rates are 9 holes.
With Cart $24.00
With E-Card $5.00
Seniors (62+) Green Fee Extra 9’s
With Cart Adults $4.00
With E-Card Seniors $2.00
Juniors (8-18yrs) Juniors $1.00

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GOLF EVENTS 321 E. Walter Street
(574) 299-3482

South Bend Community Olympics Golf Outing Hours Monday-Friday 5:30am-9:00pm
Registration begins at 5:30pm with a shot gun start at 6:00pm. Saturday 7:00am-4:00pm
Time Place Cost Sunday 9:00am-2:00pm
Date Studebaker
August 24th, 2016 5:30pm CLOSED FOR MAJOR HOLIDAYS
Golf Course
Staff Cindy Piech-Miller, Fitness Center Supervisor
Amanda Yasko, Group Fitness Supervisor
Superintendent’s Golf Scramble
Registration will begin at 10:00am, and at 11:00am a shotgun
start will lead off a great day of golf, food, beverages and raf- O’Brien Recreation Center is very proud to provide the public
fle prizes. This year the funds raised will support the Inner-city with a full size exercise and fitness center.  The Center features
scholarship fund and accessible playground equipment. Some sixteen cardiovascular machines, with polar heart rate monitors,
of the programs the children have experienced include kid’s fourteen specially designed Paramount strength machines and
world Day Camp, River City Basketball, various sports and dance a full line of free weight training equipment.  The facility also
classes, and much more! includes a specially designed Aerobic Exercise Room for fitness
Time Place Cost classes.  We offer a series of ‘Healthy Fitness’ programs and class-
September 16th, 2016 10:00am Elbel Golf $75+ es for teenagers, adults and seniors.  The O’Brien Fitness center
Course is staffed by professional, Nationally Certified Personal Trainers
during all hours of operation to service the needs of each mem-
ber. Fitness Center DOES NOT include access to fitness and exer-
cise classes, special events, the gymnasium, or related programs
at O’Brien Recreation Center.
Adult athletics

Adult Co-Ed Volleyball
Season begins October 10th and 11th, 2016 and runs through
March 28th, 2017.

Days Time Place Cost
Mon & Tues 7:00pm-9:00pm Edison $6/night


Aqua Aerobics What We Offer
45 minute classes are offered at Clay or Riley High Schools in the Locker Rooms & Showers
fall and spring. Lockers are available, but for day use only. You will just bring a
Fall Class: September 12th to December 14th lock and then take it with you when you leave. Small box lockers
are available for free day use and are located in the lobby of the
Days Time Place Cost fitness center. Please bring your own lock, towel and toiletries
Mon & Wed 7:45pm-8:30pm Riley High $100 to use.
School *The locker room is not for the exclusive use of members, there
Mon & Wed 7:15pm-8:00pm Clay High $100 may be times that other program users will use the restrooms.
Men’s & Women’s Saunas
South Bend Swim Club Cedar dry heat saunas are located in each locker room.  They
Club swimming for ages 7 & up. There is a monthly fee of $25-$50 provide fitness center members the chance to relax and unwind
PLUS USA swimming fee. in a dry heat environment after a strenuous workout or stressful
Register at or day!
call John VanDriessche at (574) 276-6057.

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Personal Exercise Program 45-60 Minute Class Rates
Our certified and trained fitness staff will implement a personal Members $2.00
exercise program just for you based on your needs, present fit- Non-members $5.00
ness level and weight training experience.  Please call the fitness 10 passes $30.00
center at least 24 hours in advance to schedule an appointment.  20 passes $50.00
Please plan on an hour to complete your exercise program.

Membership Rates 30 Minute Class Rates
Members $1.00
Guest Pass $7/day, $15/week Non-members $2.00
Individual Resident: $23/month, $243/year (Age 16+)
Non-Resident: $29/month, $309/year
Family Resident: $34/month, $363/year
Non-Resident: $39/month, $419/yearly Body Toning
Seniors Resident: $18/month, $187/year Be ready to use exercise stability balls, hand weights, and other
(Age 62+) Non-Resident: $23/month, $243/year equipment to get the definition you want in those tough to tone
Resident Family: $29/month, $309/year areas!

Non-Resident Family: $34/mo., $364/yr Day Time Instructor Cost
Monday 9:00am-10:00am Missy $2.00/$5.00
Tues & Thurs 5:05pm-5:35pm Patti $1.00/2.00
Students $17/month Wednesday
(High School & College with valid ID, ages 16-24) 4:30pm-5:15pm Patti $2.00/5.00

Military $17/month Body Sculpt
(Must show ID) Weight bars, dumbbells, and stability balls are just a few of the
equipment you’ll use to sculpt those tough to tone areas.
City Employees Individual: $18/month, $188/year
Family: $28/month, $308/year Day Time Instructor Cost
Tues & Thurs 8:30am-9:15am Lori $2.00/$5.00

Initiation Fee Cardio Boxing
An initiation fee of $12 for each member will be added to the Cardio Boxing uniquely mixes pilates and boxing moves into a
membership at registration. If you let your membership lapse, calorie blasting, muscle toning, core-centric interval work out.
the initiation fee will be added back on when resigning up.

Corporate Rates Day Time Instructor Cost
We now offer a company membership at a reduced rate for your Wednesday 9:00am-10:00am Missy $2.00/$5.00
employees. Companies of 20+ employees are eligible for a dis-
counted rate of $20/month with no initiation fee. Cardio Mix
Low-impact aerobics, step aerobics, and cardio dance moves -
Silver Sneakers this class burns calories and conditions your heart.
The Silver Sneakers® Fitness Program is an innovative health, ex-
ercise, and wellness program helping older adults live healthy Day Time Instructor Cost
and active lifestyles. For more Information Contact the O’Brien Tues & Thurs 4:30pm-5:00pm Patti $1.00/$2.00
Fitness Center at (574) 299-3482.

Cardio Mix “Plus”
A high-energy, 75-minute class that combines body toning, step
aerobics, and low-impact exercises for a great body and a great
way to kick-start your weekend.

Day Time Instructor Cost
Saturday 8:45am-10:00am Patti $2.00/$5.00

This cardio-cycling class will help you burn fat, tone your body,
strengthen your heart and increase your endurance while using
a stationary bicycle.

Day Time Instructor Cost
Mon & Wed 5:30pm-6:30pm Melissa/Lynda $2.00/$5.00
Tues, Thurs, Fri 9:30am-10:30am Lori $2.00/$5.00
Saturday 7:30am-8:30am Melissa/Lynda $2.00/$5.00

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Interval Training T’ai Chi
Step aerobics for cardio and strength training moves in 3 1/2 These deep breathing and slow flowing movements will help in-
minute intervals will definitely burn calories and tone your body crease muscle tone and improve your balance and stability while
at the same time. calming your mind.
This is a session class, NO Drop-ins are allowed.
Day Time Instructor Cost
Mon & Wed 5:30pm-6:30pm Patti $2.00/$5.00
Day Time Instructor Cost
Saturday 11:30am-12:30pm Dr. Cindy L. $36/R
Cortez, DD $41/NR
In this class we use TRX systems, rope slams, medicine balls, Yoga
jump ropes, kettlebells, BOSU balls and more to increase your This class moves at a leisurely pace with detailed instruction on
flexibility, strength, and build an amazing cardiovascular system. basic postures, alignment and meditation.

Day Time Instructor Cost
Tues & Thurs 5:40pm-6:40pm Vince/Lindsey $2.00/$5.00
Sunday Day Time Instructor Cost
11:30am-12:30pm Noel $2.00/$5.00 Mon & Fri 4:00pm-5:00pm Diana $2.00/$5.00

Beginner Middle Eastern Dance Zumba
This class will mix dancing and fun to give you a great workout! This program will infuse hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-
follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that will
Day Time Instructor Cost blow you away.
Thursday 6:45pm-7:45pm Ruby $35/R
$5 drop in Day Time Instructor Cost
Monday 6:45pm-7:45pm Gwen $2.00/$5.00
Wednesday 10:15am-11:00am Gwen $2.00/$5.00
Wednesday 7:45pm-8:45pm Jess $2.00/$5.00
Intermediate Middle Eastern Dance
In order to participate in this class you must complete at least St. Joseph’s Medical Center/55+
one session of the Beginner Middle Eastern Dance class. This is a free exercise program designed for those 55 and better.
Forms need to be filled out and written permission from your
Day Time Instructor Cost healthcare provider is required. Call for more information (574)
Tuesday 6:45pm-7:45pm Ruby $35/R 335-3891.
$5 drop in

Date Time Location Cost
Mon, Wed, Fri 10:30am-11:15am Martin Luther Free
Qigong King Center
This exercise blends meditation, breathing, and slow flowing Tues, Thurs 10:40am-11:25am O’Brien Fitness Free
mental and physical movements to balance and increase the in- Center
ternal chi (energy). Mon, Wed 1:00pm-1:45pm Pinhook Pavilion Free
This is a session class, NO Drop-ins are allowed.

Day Time Instructor Cost
Tuesday 11:45am-12:45pm Dr. Cindy L. $36/R
Cortez, DD $41/NR

Rockin’ Cardio
This low impact, high energy aerobics class will help you burn
calories and tone your muscles in a fun and energetic way!

Day Time Instructor Cost
Wednesday 6:40pm-7:30pm Jenni $2.00/$5.00
Saturday 10:15am-11:00am Jenni $2.00/$5.00

Ruby’s Aerobics
A low-impact aerobics class designed for seniors.

Day Time Instructor Cost
Tues & Thurs 9:30am-10:30am Ruby $16/R
$5 drop in

Step N’ Tone
This 45 minute class will combine step aerobics and body toning
exercises to get your day started right.

Day Time Instructor Cost
Friday 8:45am-9:30am Patti $2.00/$5.00

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Youth CLASSES Youth CLASSES (cont.)

Pee Wee Soccer (Ages 3-4)
Our beginning soccer classes will teach the fundamentals of soc-
cer. These skills include shooting, dribbling, kicking, passing,
trapping, listening and game rules. Class components include
warm-up, instruction and non-competitive team play, and is for
children ages 3 to 4. Class runs from September 9th to November
17th. Registration begins September 6th. For complete details
visit A subsidized rate of $5/class or $40/8 classes is
offered for St. Joseph County Residents.

Day Time Instructor Cost
Thursday 4:00pm-4:30pm Miguel $48.00/8

Beginning Soccer (Ages 5-7) Beginning Ballet (Ages 5-6)
Our beginning soccer classes will teach the fundamentals of soc-
cer. These skills include shooting, dribbling, kicking, passing, This class is for students who have completed the princess class
trapping, listening and game rules. Class components include or have never taken ballet classes at all. Participants will learn
warm-up, instruction and non-competitive team play, and is for the style of ballet and beginning terminology. They will use the
children ages 5 to 7. Class runs from September 29th to Novem- five basic positions at the center of the floor and basic barre
ber 17th. Registration begins September 6th. For complete de- technique. For complete details visit A subsidized
tails visit A subsidized rate of $5/class or $40/8 class- rate of $5/class or $40/8 classes is offered for St. Joseph County
es is offered for St. Joseph County Residents. Residents.

Day Time Instructor Cost
Thursday 4:30pm-5:45pm Miguel $48.00/8

Pee Wee Basketball (Ages 3-4) Day Time Instructor Cost
Learn the basics of catching, passing, dribbling and shooting the TBA TBA TBA $48.00/8
ball. Develop independence and coordination skills. For com- classes
plete details visit A subsidized rate of $5/class or
$40/8 classes is offered for St. Joseph County Residents.

Day Time Instructor Cost
TBA TBA TBA $48.00/8
classes Beginning Ballet (Ages 7-9)
Students will grow upon their basic ballet knowledge while fo-
Basketball Class (Ages 5-6 & 7-9) cus moves to combinations at center, barre, and across-the floor.
They will be introduced to full body movements that grow off
Ages 5-6 yrs: Students in this class will learn proper dribbling of the five basic positions. Students new to ballet are also wel-
skills, passing and shooting techniques, court awareness, and come. A subsidized rate of $5/class or $40/8 classes is offered for
free throw skills. This class is taught using a basket set at 7 feet St. Joseph County Residents.
high. For complete details visit
Ages 7-9 yrs: Students in this class will improve upon dribbling Day Time Instructor Cost
skills, passing and shooting techniques, and court awareness, TBA TBA TBA $48.00/8
using drills, challenges, and games. This class is taught using the classes
10ft. basket height. A subsidized rate of $5/class or $40/8 classes
is offered for St. Joseph County Residents. Jazz Funk Class (Ages 5-6 & 7-10)
This high energy class is perfect for your child who can’t stop
Day Time Instructor Cost moving! This combination class will include the basic movement
TBA TBA TBA $48.00/8 and styles of jazz and funk/hip hop dance in an age-appropriate
classes style. No previous dance experience is required making this a
great class for ballet students to explore a new style. For com-
Princess Ballet (Ages 3-4) plete details visit Attire: Tennis shoes & comfortable
Little ones will love this class! They will learn the five basic posi- clothing that allows for freedom of movement. No Jeans. A sub-
tions, pony gallops, sautés, pliés and more. For complete details sidized rate of $5/class or $40/8 classes is offered for St. Joseph
visit A subsidized rate of $5/class or $40/8 classes is County Residents.
offered for St. Joseph County Residents.
Day Time Instructor Cost
Day Time Instructor Cost TBA TBA TBA $48.00/8
TBA TBA TBA $48.00/8
classes classes

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Youth CLASSES (cont.) Youth CLASSES (cont.)

Meet & Play (Ages 1-5) Tae Kwon Do (Ages 8-Adult)
Parents bring your children for a play and social time. An oppor- Tae Kwon Do is one of two Asian martial arts that is recognized as
tunity for learning about sharing and playing together in a social an Olympic sport and is the most widely practiced martial art in
setting. Toys, puzzles, books, and crafts will be available for chil- the United States. This dynamic art is known for its powerful and
dren to do with their parents, while also learning about taking spectacular kicks as well as its devastating efficiency.
turns and sharing with others. A great opportunity for children A student will develop physically and morally. This class is guid-
to interact with others their same age. Parents must stay with ed by 5 tenets that the student is expected to bring into his or
their child. No registration is required. Just stop at the desk and her daily life. These tenets, or Jung Shin, are Courtesy, Integrity,
pay a drop-in fee. Meet & Play will be held in the preschool room Perseverance, Self-control and Indomitable Spirit. This moral
at the O’Brien Center. compass separates TKD from western martial arts. The normal
curriculum is three classes weekly. Each hour-long class em-
Day Time Instructor Cost phasizes different aspects of this art. Tuesday’s class consists
Monday 1:00pm-5:00pm $3.00/child of kicking and blocking drills. These help develop strength and
flexibility. Thursday’s class consists of self-defense techniques
Open Preschool Gym and sparring with a partner. Saturday’s classes trains a student
Join us in the non-structured gym time. Throw a doohickey, in the forms that are needed to promote within the art. Only
catch a widget, or ride a gizmo. Open Preschool Gym allows those students that can be expected to pass are allowed to par-
you a chance to enjoy play time or just run around the gym with ticipate in a promotion test. These tests are scheduled approx-
your kids. Various gym equipment is available for fun & delight. imately every four months. A candidate will demonstrate tech-
During this time parents are required to supervise their own nique and control. The early promotion tests are relatively easy,
children. No registration is required, simply drop in. Sign-in is re- but the upper level tests push a candidate to his or her limits and
quired during each visit. This program runs from September 7th beyond. As the student rises in rank, he or she begins to take
to December 15th. For complete details visit some responsibilities that develop self-confidence and leader-
ship qualities. The head instructor, John Mahoney is an AAU Tae
Day Time Instructor Cost Kwon Do coach who has been certified by both the WTF (World
Wednesday 10:00am-11:00am $3.00/child Tae Kwon Do Federation) and the ITF (International Tae Kwon Do
Thursday 10:00am-11:00am $3.00/child Federation). A team of Black Belt instructors round out the class
experience. Registrations are monthly. Classes are held every 4-5
Wiggles & Giggles (Ages 3-5) weeks.
Now your child can have the opportunity to meet and interact
with other homeschoolers and preschoolers during this super September 6th to October 1st Class Session
fun class! Play includes games, races, unique gym equipment, (Registration 8/22 through 9/2)
and more while focusing on gross motor skills. Parents, you will
be active participants, so wear comfortable clothes. Registration Day Time Instructor Cost
begins September 6th and class runs from September 27th to Tues & Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm John Mahoney $60.00/4
November 15th. For complete details visit A subsi- weeks
dized rate of $5/class or $40/8 classes is offered for St. Joseph Saturday 9:00am-10:00am John Mahoney $60.00/4
County Residents. weeks

October 4th to October 29th Class Session
(Registration 9/19 through 9/30)

Day Time Instructor Cost Day Time Instructor Cost
Tuesday 11:00am-11:30am Karen $48.00/8 Tues & Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm John Mahoney $60.00/4
classes weeks
Saturday 9:00am-10:00am John Mahoney $60.00/4
Drop In Craft time! (Ages 6-10)
Does your child love to play with art supplies? Then come join November 1st to December 3rd Class Session
us in a unique experience. This non-structured time allows your (Registration 10/17 through 10/29)
child to use their imagination to create a take home work of art.
Helping clean up, is a must. This activity is limited to 10 children, Day Time Instructor Cost
on a first come/first serve. Children are required to be signed in. Tues & Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm John Mahoney $70.00/5
Parents must remain outside the room to assist with bathroom weeks
needs. No registration is required. Just stop at the desk and pay Saturday 9:00am-10:00am John Mahoney $70.00/5
a drop-in fee. Craft Time will be held in the Kitchen at the O’Brien weeks
December 6th to December 29th Class Session
(Registration 11/21 through 12/2)

Day Time Instructor Cost Day Time Instructor Cost
Wednesday 3:30pm-4:30pm $3.00/child Tues & Thurs 6:00pm-7:00pm John Mahoney $50.00/4
Saturday 9:00am-10:00am John Mahoney $50.00/4

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HealthWorks! Kids’ Museum, South Bend Parks and Recreation Michiana Celtic Festival
Department, St.  Joseph County Parks, Martin’s Super Mar- Come celebrate the Celtic Festival with a Bryan Verkler Invita-
kets  and the Reducing Obesity Coalition of St. Joseph County tional Highland Athletics Competition, live Celtic music all day
have partnered to give your family the chance every month to sponsored by Fiddler’s Hearth, Border Collies herding, Pipers
enjoy the beauty of our local parks, exercise in an exciting way piping, and lots of kids’ (and adult’s) activities. There will be con-
and learn new things about enhancing your own health and cessions.
The program will be held monthly from September 2016 through Date Time Place Cost
February 2017. All events are family-focused and best of all — all September 4th, 2016 10:00am-6:00pm Howard Park $5.00
Family Passport to Play events are free! 

Join us at our fall festival and enjoy horse drawn wagon rides,
Hayride at Bendix Woods pumpkin decorating, musicians, a petting zoo, a climbing wall,
Enjoy this colorful time of year with a tractor-drawn hayride. A bounce houses, and games. It is free to get in, but there is small
campfire, S’mores and hot cocoa awaits you after the brisk ride. charge on the climbing wall, bounce houses and concessions.

Date Time Place Cost
October 1st, 2016 10:00am-3:00pm Rum Village Free

Date Time Place Cost
November 4th, 2016 5:30pm-7:30pm Bendix Woods Free
County Park

Winter Tracking
Join us for some fun winter activities and check in to see what
the critters are up to! You can track the deer and raccoons and
observe the squirrels and birds eating their breakfast at the feed-
ers. Have fun with the exhibit area too!

Date Time Place Cost
December 11th, 2016 10:00am-11:30am Rum Village Free

Snowflake Follies
Say goodbye to the winter blues and join us at O’Brien Park for
some zany outdoor games and exercise! Get those boots ready
to play and prepare for some contests in the snow. There is a
small hill for sledding.

Date Time Place Cost
January 14th, 2017 10:00am-11:30am O’Brien Park Free

Tubing at St. Pat’s Park Fall Family Equestrian Ride
If you are looking for good old-fashioned wintertime thrills for An opportunity for families to enjoy 2 hours of horseback riding
the whole family, then join us for an evening of tubing. Tasty through scenic trails. There is an $50 fee per person if renting a
snacks from Martin’s will be provided. Not recommended for Stable Horse, or $10 per person if bringing their own horse. Both
children 3 and under. fees include a light lunch.

Date Time Place Cost Date Time Place Cost
October 15th, 2016 11:00am-1:00pm; Potato Creek $50.00
February 8th, 2017 6:00pm-7:30pm St. Patrick’s Free 1:15pm-3:15pm State Park
County Park

In the event of limited snow or extreme temperatures, please
check Facebook for our alternate event:

Love Your Heart at HealthWorks!
February is the month of hearts and love, so come join us at COMING SOON:
HealthWorks! Kids’ Museum and love your heart with an evening Registration opens November 2016 for:
of heart healthy fun! Enjoy some heart healthy snacks as well. The Daddy/Daughter Dance on February 7, 2017 at Century
Date Time Place Cost The Mom/Son Dance on March 28, 2017 at Century Center
February 8th, 2017 6:00pm-7:30pm HealthWorks! Free
Kids’ Museum

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1522 W Linden Street
(574) 235-9445

Hours Monday-Thursday 9:00am-9:00pm
Friday 9:00am-6:30pm
Saturday & Sunday Closed

Staff Maurice Scott, Director

This popular recreation center offers a full-size gymnasium, fit-
ness quarters, computer lab, conference/theater room, senior
citizens lounge, an outdoor  Splash Pad  and a culinary/kitchen
facility. It seeks to inspire and enable people to realize, magnify,
and achieve their full potential through committed, supervised
instruction, educational initiatives, and community outreach.

What We Offer


Tree Lighting Ceremony Fitness Center
Access to the Cardio Center, Weight Room, and daily Noon Rec-
Date Time Place Cost reation Basketball.
December 2nd, 2016 5:30 pm Jon Hunt Free NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION SPECIAL! $30/3 months $50/6 months
Plaza Memberships must be purchased between January 2nd and
February 28th to receive the special discount.

Breakfast with Santa Hours Mon-Thurs 9:00am-9:00pm
Friday 9:00am-6:00pm
Date Time Place Cost
December 3rd, 2016 8:00 am Fiddler’s $9.00
Pre-registration is required. Noon Rec Period
Mon-Fri 12:00pm-2:00pm
Tea with Santa $12.00/month
Rates Adult (18-54) Free
Date Time Place Cost Seniors (55+)
December 3rd, 2016 11:00 am Tapastrie $9.00
Pre-registration is required.


Pizza with Santa

Date Time Place Cost MLK After-School Recreation Program
December 3rd, 2016 12:30 pm Tapastrie $9.00 This program is designed for children in grades K thru 8. There is
Restaurant structured and open play, study table, and snack time scheduled
Pre-registration is required. daily. The program runs August 22nd through June 7th.
Coordinator Josie Merriweather can be contacted at (574) 235-

Days Time Coordinator Cost
Mon-Fri 2:30pm-5:30pm Josie $5.00/mo.

Teen Open Recreation & Fitness
Pick-up basketball games and access to the cardio center and
weight room are services that are offered to teenagers in middle
school and high school. Ends June 9th.

Days Time Coordinator Cost
Mon-Fri 4:00pm-5:30pm Jason Jordan Free
Cedrick Joseph-Pauline

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604 E Jefferson Blvd
MLK CENTER PROGRAMS (CONT.) (574) 235-9428

Movies & Popcorn Hours Monday-Friday 11:00am-4:00pm
Weekly movie watched in the MLK theatre room. First bag of Saturday & Sunday Closed
popcorn is complimentary. CLOSED FOR WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
Coordinator Stefanie Coleman can be contacted at
(574) 235-7650. Staff Rose Kaufman, Center Supervisor

Days Time Coordinator Cost A place where our community’s adult population can enjoy the
Monday 1:00pm Stefanie Free pleasures and camaraderie of their peers. Activities suited for all
Coleman adult capabilities and interests including parties, guest speak-
ers, crafts, card clubs and health seminars. The center is open to
all citizens 55 years and older in the area.

55+ Social Activities Daily Activities
Crafts, games, puzzles, and special projects are offered to se-
niors who are on the move and looking for a social environment The Howard Park Recreation & Senior Center offers a wide va-
during the day. Trips and Special Events are also planned. riety of activities for citizens 50 years and older. Daily activities
Coordinator Stefanie Coleman can be contacted at are FREE!
(574) 235-7650.

Days Time Coordinator Cost
Mon, Wed, Fri 9:00am-3:00pm Rose Kaufman Free
Stephanie Coleman Monday 10:00am Exercise & Wellness class
11:00am Healthy, Wealthy, & Wise
Sky Digg Soldiers Basketball Elite Training 5 Crown card game
The most demanding training session offered to competitive Tuesday DIY Crafts
basketball players who grasp the fundamentals and want to Wednesday Billiards
work on taking their game to the next level. Runs Jan 4 to May 26. Euchre
Coordinator Stefanie Coleman can be contacted at Friday Euchre
(574) 235-7650. 11:30am Wii Bowling
*$10.00 per drop-in session, or $75.00 for a 10-session punch-

Days Time Instructor Cost
Mon-Thurs 5:30pm-6:30pm Cedrick $10.00*
Joseph-Pauline Other Activities (Subject to change)
Free daily blood pressure screening
Step It Up with T-Speedz! Hip Hop Cardio Step Class Parties & bingo
An intense cardio class that gets your blood flowing to the latest Luncheons
hip hop music. A cardio step is used to increase the intensity and Wii bowling tournaments (once per month)
keep it interesting!
Coordinator Stefanie Coleman can be contacted at HOWARD PARK CENTER EVENTS
(574) 235-7650. Active Aging Week
*$5.00 to drop-in. There is a 10-session punchcard available for September 26th through 30th, 2016 there will be a variety of ac-
$40.00 ($30.00 for MLK Fitness members). tivities offered for seniors to have fun while being active.

Days Time Instructor Cost
Mon-Thurs 6:30pm-7:15pm Terrance Scott $5.00*

South Bend Community Olympics
August 8th through 20th, 2016.

Senior Halloween Party
October 31st, 2016 at the Charles Black Recreation Center. Call
Howard Park for all the details and to register.

Date Time Place Cost
October 31st, 2016 Charles Black $4.25

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3419 W Washington Street 2626 S Gertrude Street
(574) 235-9446 (574) 235-9455

Hours Monday-Thursday 1:00pm-8:30pm Hours Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
Friday 9:00am-5:30pm Saturday Closed
Staff Cynthia Taylor, Director
Staff Garry Harrington, Center Director
Located in LaSalle Park, this recreation center offers a full-sized Hannah Teshka, Naturalist
gymnasium, community room with kitchen, computer lab,
weight room and game room.  The center offers daily programs The Rum Village Nature Center is located on the city’s south side
and activities for all ages, including tutoring, computer classes, in Rum Village Park. Visit the exhibit area, sit at the bird-view-
fitness classes, open recreation, sports, special events and more! ing window, or enjoy a leisurely stroll. Not far from the heart of
South Bend, this park is a wildlife oasis offering hiking trails, bik-
What We Offer ing trails, picnic areas, and a chance to escape to one of the nic-
est woodlands in the area. **Note: Hours are subject to change
Senior Room when the nature center staff is away from the building present-
Monday through Friday the Charles Black Center, as a REAL Ser- ing educational programs. Call ahead if you are planning a visit.
vices Nutrition Site, serves lunch at 11:00am for area seniors
looking for fellowship and a healthy meal. The Senior Room also
hosts a Ladies Group Meeting every Tuesday at 1:00pm.

The Recreation Center hosts open gym time for students.
High School Mon-Thurs 5:00pm-8:30pm
Elementary & Middle School Mon-Fri 2:30pm-5:00pm       


Teddy Bear Parade & Picnic
Join us for a Teddy Bear picnic to benefit Memorial Children’s
Hospital. This event is for children 12 years old and under.

August 27th, 2016 12:00pm-4:00pm TBD $5.00

The GentleMEN IN BLACK Runway Event Audubon Society I
For ages 5 to 12 years old. Topic to be announced. Contact Rum Village Nature Center for
Date Time Place Cost
September 17th, 2016 12:00pm-3:00pm Charles Black $15.00 Date Time Place Cost
September 11th, 2016 2:15pm Nature Center Free
Center Auditorium

First Annual Bowtie Scholarship Brunch The Insects Around Us
Right now there are more insects present than any other time of
Date Time Place Cost the year. We’ll look for and listen to these creatures in the woods
September 24th, 2016 11:00am-2:00pm Charles Black $15.00 and around the nature center.

Hoop 4 Hope Breast Cancer Awareness Event Date Time Place Cost
All proceeds will benefit awareness products for survivors. September 18th, 2016 2:00pm Rum Village Free
*$10.00 to participate, $5.00 as a spectator Park

Date Time Place Cost Autumn Scavenger Hunt
October 15th, 2016 9:00am-9:00pm Charles Black $10* A scavenger hunt is the perfect way to get out, explore, and savor
the season!  We will have a list of things we’ll be looking for out
Center on the Rum Village trails.  Bring out the family and see if we can
find all of these items.
Halloween Bash 2016

Date Time Place Cost Date Time Place Cost
October 28th, 2016 6:00pm-8:00pm Charles Black $5.00
Center September 25th, 2016 2:00pm Rum Village Free

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RUM VILLAGE NATURE CENTER (cont.) maintenance facility

(574) 235-9414
The Long Way “Round” Hours Monday-Friday 7:00am-3:30pm
Last June’s storms didn’t allow us to take this hike, so we’re try-
ing it again. We’ll learn about this park, and walk some of the The City of South Bend Park Maintenance Department
trails that many people don’t utilize. The Maintenance Department includes Centralized Mowing,
City/Bowman Cemetery, East Race Plaza Maintenance, Forestry,
Date Time Place Cost Graffiti Abatement, Grounds Maintenance, Pool/Ice Rink Mainte-
October 2nd, 2016 2:00pm Rum Village Free nance, and Skilled Trades. All together, the many areas of this de-
Park partment are responsible for the upkeep of around 1,300 acres
of green space, picnic areas, sports fields, play structures, splash
Audubon Society II pads, swings and other equipment. Additionally, in the fall and
Topic to be announced. Contact Rum Village Nature Center for winter months, the Park Maintenance Department not only han-
details. dles leaf pickup and snow removal for all park locations and fa-
cilities, but also assists the Board of Public Works Street Division
Date Time Place Cost with leaf pickup and snow removal around the city.
October 9th, 2016 2:15pm Nature Center Free
Auditorium Parks Happening Hub
South Bend Parks and Recreation Department has recently add-
The Beauty of Autumn I ed a page to their website that details all of the important proj-
Here’s an idea: Save time, gas and trouble by not going to north- ects that the department is accomplishing through the 5 year
ern Michigan or southern Indiana. Witness the beautiful leaf col- Master Plan. This website also allows you to make suggestions
orations occurring right in our community! We’ll hit the trails and for other improvements you hope to see in your local parks.
see the spectacular colors of Rum Village Park. These projects cover a varied timeline, so visit
Date Time Place Cost to see what is happening in a park near you, and to learn how
October 16th, 2016 2:00pm Rum Village Free you can get involved.

The Beauty of Autumn II
Did you miss our hike last week? No problem! The fall colors are
still magnificent, so join us for today’s hike instead!

Date Time Place Cost
October 23rd, 2016 2:00pm Rum Village Free

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maintenance facility (cont.) maintenance facility (cont.)

Tree Care and Removal
The Board of Park Commissioners develops and maintains a list
of desirable trees for planting along city streets. The property
owner is responsible for planting, trimming and/or removing
any tree in the tree lawn area, which includes the grassy area be-
tween the sidewalk and curb. Prior to planting, trimming, or re-
moving any tree in the tree lawn area, the property owner must
obtain a permit. Once the permit is issued, the property owner
may choose to do the work themselves or may contact a licensed
arborist to complete the work. To request a permit or list of li-
censed arborists, please call (574) 299-4766. In addition to being
responsible for removing dead or diseased trees from the tree
lawn, the property owner must be concerned about public safe-
ty, and ensure that their sidewalk is not obstructed.

Never reduce the height of a tree by "topping" it Increased Cost: To a worker with a saw, topping a tree is easier
Topping can lead to: than applying the skill and judgment needed for good pruning.
Starvation: Good pruning practices rarely remove more than Therefore, topping may cost less in the short term. However, the
¼ to 1/3 of the crown and thus do not interfere with the abili- true costs of topping are hidden. These include: reduced prop-
ty of a tree’s leafy crown to manufacture food. Topping removes erty value, the expense of removal and replacement if the tree
so much of the crown that it upsets the tree’s well-developed dies, the loss of other trees and shrubs, the risk of liability from
crown-to-root ratio and cuts off its food-making ability. weakened branches, and increased future maintenance.
Shock: A tree’s crown is like an umbrella that shields much of the
tree from the direct rays of the sun. By suddenly removing this Topping by Any Other Name Is Just as Ugly
protection, the remaining bark tissue is so exposed that scald- Sometimes pseudo tree experts use different terms for the
ing may result. This may also dramatically impact the health of malpractice of topping. Here is a rogues’ gallery of synonyms:
neighboring trees and shrubs that thrive in the tree's shade. Stubbing Hatracking Tipping
Insects & Disease: The large stubs of a topped tree have a diffi- Heading Topping-off Roundover
cult time forming callus. The terminal location of these cuts, as Heading-back Dehorning Lopping
well as their large diameter, prevent the tree’s natural defense
system from doing its job, and the stubs are highly vulnerable to
insect invasion and the spores of decay fungi. If decay is already Graffiti Abatement
present, opening the limb will speed the spread of the disease. This award-winning program is designed to operate 12 months a
Weak Limbs: After a larger limb is truncated, the new limb that year and provide free and comprehensive graffiti removal assis-
sprouts in its place is more weakly attached than a limb that de- tance to residents within the City of South Bend. The staff has a
veloped normally. If rot develops at the severed end of the limb, variety of removal methods which range from painting, environ-
the weight of the sprout makes a bad situation even worse. mentally safe chemical washes, and soda blasting (baking soda
Rapid New Growth: The goal of topping is usually to control the shot under high pressure). Every removal is handled on a case by
height and spread of a tree, but it actually has the opposite ef- case basis with regard to the surface the graffiti is found on and
fect. The resulting sprouts are far more numerous than normal the wishes of the owner of the property. The only thing required
new growth, and they elongate so rapidly that the tree returns to is that a wavier be signed by the appropriate person. This allows
its original height within a very short time and with a more dense work to be performed on the property in question, and protects
and dangerous crown. the City of South Bend legally.
Tree Death: Some species of trees are less tolerant to topping
than others. Beeches, for example, do not sprout readily after In addition, before and after pictures are recorded to assist the
severe pruning and the reduced foliage most surely will lead to South Bend Police Department’s records database. These re-
death of the tree. cords can aid in prosecution or insurance claims.
Ugliness: A topped tree is a disfigured tree. Even with its re-
growth it never regains the grace and character of its species.
The landscape and the community are robbed of a valuable as-

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1. Boland Park 32. Woodlawn Park 5 23 22 5
2. Fremont Park 33. Keller Park
3. Lincoln Plaza Mini Park 34. Muessel Grove Park 24
4. Voorde Park 35. Brownfield Park
5. Westhaven Park 36. Fredrickson Park Esri, HERE, DeLorme, MapmyIndia, © OpenStreetMap contributors, and the GIS
6. Kennedy Park 37. Vassar Park user community
7. Kennedy Park 38. Kelly Park
8. LaSalle Park 39. Parkovash Park
9. Martin Luther King Jr. 40. Nokomis Park
10. City Cemetery 41. Leeper Park
11. Pulaski Park 42. Gwen Stiver Memorial Park
12. Four Winds Field 4443.. Pier Park
13. Chamberlain Lake Ponader Park
14. Belleville Gardens 45. Booth Tarkington
15. Walkerfield Park 46. Coquillard Park
16. Rum Village Park 47. Edison Park
17. Rum Village Annex 48. Helman Mini Park
18. Boehm Park 49. Sorin Mini Park
2109.. SStouudtehbeaaksterPGaroklf Course 50. East Race Waterway
21. Kate's Garden 51. Seitz Park
22. Erskine Golf Course 52. Howard Park
23. O'Brien Recreation Center 53. Plaza Park
24. Jackson Road Property 54. Potawatomi Park
25. St. Patrick's County Park 55. Randolph Mini Park
26. Wheelock Park 56. Veteran's Memorial Park
27. Riverside 57. Bowman Cemetery
28. River Manor 58. Ravina Park
29. Roseland Park 59. Mary Gibbard Park
30. Pinhook Park 60. Rose Park
31. LaSalle Landing Park 61. Marshall Park

St. Joseph County & South Bend
Park Facilities Location Map

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