As the holidays come to a close, recycle your Christmas tree.
A traveling elf named Snowflake will be making appearances at South Suburban Parks and Recreation’s (SSPR) recreation centers, beginning December 5. Patrons are encouraged to spot the elf inside the recreation centers for a chance to win a gift card.
The holiday season is here, which means our annual sale is back! From December 1 - January 4, we're offering deals on passes and punch cards to our recreation centers and discounts on personal training packages, facials, and massages.
Sledding, painting by Merry Wicks
There are many ways to celebrate the holiday season throughout South Suburban! Skate with Santa, shop for gifts at our holiday arts and crafts show, enjoy holiday ice shows, explore nature at South Platte Park and ring in the New Year at Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel.
Winter break gives kids some time off from school and South Suburban camps fill in with activities to delight young explorers, artists, chess players, swimmers and more!
Below are our facility holiday hours for Thanksgiving (Nov 22) day and weekend. For more detailed scheduling information, check our online schedules or call the facilities directly. While some facilities may be closed on Thanksgiving day there is plenty to do outdoors in our parks and open spaces and on our trails. Get outside and engage with nature in your own backyard at South Suburban.
Join us for Great Skate Day on Saturday, November 17 at South Suburban Ice Arena and Family Sports Ice Arena and discover the joy of gliding across ice. Meet our instructors, explore programs designed for beginners to experts, and visit with representatives from resident hockey associations and figure skating clubs, Showtime on Ice, synchronized skating and Theatre on Ice teams.
Shop homemade gifts for the holidays from more than 70 Colorado artisans! Peruse a variety of unique gift items at the 32nd Annual Arts & Crafts Fair at Goodson Recreation Center, on Saturday, December 1, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The show will feature crafts, pottery, jewelry, clothing, quilts, paintings, photography, floral arrangements, woodwork, specialty foods and more.
What's in your closet? Are you storing coats that you no longer enjoy or have outgrown? If so, consider donating them to those in need in our community.