SOUTH SUBURBAN PARKS AND RECREATION                                                                                                  

October 2020 Events

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Calling all Crafters - South Suburban is looking for one-of-a-kind art vendors for its 34th Annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, December 5 from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Booth rent at the Goodson Recreation Center ranges from $45 - $55. To reserve a booth, or for more information, contact Chris Scott at

Join the conversation! South Suburban has created an Active Adults group on Facebook. It is a digital place for adults in South Suburban to engage, get information, learn new things, and connect in a meaningful way. Visit to join the conversation.

Hoofin' It Through the Hollows 5K - Runners of all ages and abilities, families, and dogs are all welcome to join us for this 5K Halloween celebration!  Race begins at Shelter C in deKoevend Park (cross the bridge by the south side of Goodson Recreation Center, 6315 S. University Blvd. Centennial). Course is along the High Line Canal trail. Proceeds benefit South Suburban's Community Recreation Scholarship Program. Saturday, Oct. 24 at Goodson Recreation Center. Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities

Continue Your Fitness Journey at Home - Not ready to return to the recreation centers yet? South Suburban is launching a new group of virtual fitness classes. Register for one week for $10 or save 20% by signing up for a 4-5 week session and get access to a schedule with a variety of classes offered through Zoom each week. Offerings include yoga, Zumba and much more!

Fall Break Camps - South Suburban's Fall Break and Thanksgiving camps keep kids busy all day with activities such as, games, crafts and swimming. Camps are for children who have completed kindergarten through age 10.  Fall break camps available at Lone Tree Recreation Center, while Thanksgiving break camps are offered at Lone Tree and Goodson Recreation Centers, as well as Family Sports Center.

For a list of current openings and regulations for all South Suburban facilities, visit  

  South Suburban Parks and Recreation Alerts Public to Graffiti’s Financial Impact                
  June 2015               

Graffiti is writing or drawings scribbled, scratched or sprayed illicitly on a wall or other surface in a public place. South Suburban Park and Recreation District is experiencing an uptick in graffiti throughout the District and wants to alert residents about the problem and the financial impact of graffiti removal.

In 2007, the District began tracking graffiti within its boundaries. Since then, the District has incurred 1,269 incidents for a cleanup cost of $301,145. Since Jan. 1, there have been 43 incidents District-wide. Time and money spent removing graffiti could have been spent on upkeep and enhancements to parks, trails, open space and facilities. Graffiti cleanup not only costs the District, but ultimately impacts those the District serves. South Suburban has installed security cameras in frequently-hit locations to help curb the problem; however, no area in the District is immune to this activity.

South Suburban wants the public’s help in reducing graffiti throughout the District. Remind your teenagers that graffiti is illegal, and those who are caught will be issued a citation and a bill for the cleanup costs. Subsequent offenses could lead to higher fines, community service or possibly more severe consequences, such as felony convictions. To report graffiti, please call Senior Park Ranger Dan Scheuerman at 303.435.8225, or 303.435.8227 afterhours; or South Suburban at 303.798.5131.