EVENTS & ACTIVITY GUIDE JULY-SEPTEMBER WHAT IS INSIDE
Check out our parks, playgrounds and facilities- pg. 5
PARKS AND RECREATION BRISTOL, TENNESSEE
Steele Creek Golf Course- pg. 6
Slater Community Center Lunch Program - pg. 15
Welcome to the Bristol, Tennessee Parks and Recreation activity guide. Summer is here and we've got lots of new opportunities for you to make the most of the season! Join our fast growing kickball League, or help your child find their new favorite pastime by splashing through the splash pad or playing Nerf Games. Up your child's golf game at our Golf Course with professional instruction in the first tee program. You can count on a variety of new camps and classes at the Steele Creek Nature Center. Come and explore the many possibilities that the Parks and Recreation Department has for you!
Sounds of Summer Concert Series - pg. 16
Steele Creek Park Summer Nature Camps- pg. 20
03 Staff Information 05 09-12 Senior Classes and Gym schedule Parks, Playgrounds and Facilities 14 Adult and Youth Fitness 16 Sounds of Summer 18 Haynesfield Pool hours 20 Nature Center Camps 22 Farmers Market
06-08 Steel Creek Golf and Park
Senior Special Events 13
Nature Center Events 19 17 Sounds on 6th Street 21 Nerf Games Lunch Program 15
Trivia Night 23
24 Parks Commission
Parks & Recreation Staff
HOW TO REGISTER
Director: Terry Napier
Senior Programmer: Angie Rutherford
ONLINE Go to bristoltn.recdesk.com at any time Identify what you would like to pay for and click the register tab
Office Manager: Cody Widner
Office Assistant: Amy Gorrell
Office Assistant: Melonye Clark
BY PHONE Call us during regular business hours Monday-Friday 8am-5pm, excluding holidays at 423-764-4023
Office Assistant: Greg Guffey
Recreation Superintendant: Mike Musick
Recreation Programmer: Taylor Harmon
Recreation Programmer: Becky Olinger
IN PERSON Visit our office located at 325 McDowell Street during regular business hours to register and pay for activities in person. We accept cash, credit cards, or checks made payable to the City of Bristol, Tennessee
Recreation Assistant: Sierra Arnold
Slater Community Center Senior Programmer: Mallory Cross Programmer: Mike Ratliff Program Assistant: Joanne Barbour 423-764-4012 Steele Creek Park Recreation Programmer: Beth Carter 423-989-5275 Steele Creek Park Nature Center Nature Center Manager: Jeremy Stout 423-989-5616
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Bristol Tennessee Parks and Recreation 325 McDowell Street Bristol, Tennessee 37620 Phone: 423-764-4023
Steele Creek Park Lodge (Main Room) $105 -$165 Party Room $40- $65 Rotary , Civitan or G $45- $70 VFW $40-$65 A, B, C, D, or F $35 -$55 Rotary Centennial Pavilion (Near Splash Pad) $65 -$100 * If using Kitchen, Lodge Main Room must also be rented.
Anderson Park $30per hour / Minimum of two hours
Slater Center (Rates are hourly)
Rental times: 9:00am - 2:30pm 3:30pm - 9:00pm
Classrooms $20 Gymnasium $30 Cafeteria $35 Auditorium $55 **Additional fees will apply to Saturday or Sunday rentals.
Whitetop Creek Park Rotary Pavilion $55- $85
Rooster Front Park Shelter Rental $35 -$55
Charlie Robinette Park Shelter Rental $45- $70
Reserve a picnic shelter online @bristoltn.recdesk.com
For rental of athletic fields, please contact the department @ 423-764-4023
PARKS, PLAYGROUNDS AND FACILITIES
ANDERSON PARK -341 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR BLVD. A GAZEBO WITH BENCHES, LIGHTS AND ELECTRICITY. THERE IS ALSO AN OPEN AIR STAGE WITH LIGHTING AND ELECTRICITY. PLAYGROUND & PICNIC TABLES. RENTALS AVAILABLE. BARK PARK-1111 VANCE DRIVE. THE BARK PARK IS THE CITY’S FIRST DOG PARK. THE PARK HAS AN AREA FOR LARGE & SMALL DOGS. BOTH AREAS HAVE DRINKING FOUNTAINS THAT ALSO HAVE A DOG BOWL AT THE BOTTOM. CEDAR VALLEY PARK -405 CEDAR VALLEY ROAD. IT CONSISTS OF 3.29 ACRES. IT IS BORDERED ON ONE SIDE BY CEDAR CREEK. IT IS A PASSIVE PARK / COMMUNITY GREEN SPACE. CHARLIE ROBINETTE PARK -1155 VANCE DRIVE .LARGE PICNIC SHELTER THAT IS EQUIPPED WITH RESTROOMS,PICNIC TABLES,WATER FOUNTAIN AND GRILL. CLAY PARK-803 7TH STREET. THIS PARK HAS A GAZEBO & PICNIC TABLE. DEFRIECE PARK-101 STINE STREET. PLAYGROUND, PICNIC TABLE, A BASKETBALL COURT, POND AND GREENSPACE. DOWNTOWN CENTER-810 STATE STREET. A MULTI-USE VENUE LOCATED IN THE MIDDLE OF HISTORIC DOWNTOWN BRISTOL. THE VENUE FEATURES ONSITE RESTROOM & CONCESSIONS. FAIRMOUNT PARK-301 SPRUCE STREET. THIS 2.57 ACRE NEIGHBORHOOD PARK/GREENSPACE. THIS PARK HAS SEVERAL BENCHES. FOOD CITY PARK -531 OAKWOOD STREET. NEW DOG PARK UNDER CONSTRUCTION. (SUMMER/FALL 2019) FRIENDSHIP PARK-2432 VOLUNTEER PARKWAY. 3 BASEBALL FIELDS AND GREENSPACE. HOME OF VANCE MIDDLE SCHOOL BASEBALL. GEORGE SPINKS FIELD-1000 W. CEDAR ST. HOME OF BRISTOL, TN LITTLE LEAGUE SOFTBALL. THE PARK SITS ON 2.51 ACRES OF LAND. HAYNESFIELD PARK -2100 EDGEMONT AVENUE. LIGHTED TENNIS COURTS, PICNIC TABLES AND A WATER FOUNTAIN. HAYNESFIELD POOL-327 SLEEPY HOLLOW ROAD. A 600,000 GAL PUBLIC POOL. RESTROOMS, SHOWERS & CONCESSIONS. HOLSTON VIEW PARK -1840 KING COLLEGE. THE 13 ACRE PARK INCLUDES TENNIS COURTS, BASKETBALL COURTS, PLAYGROUND, 3 BASEBALL FIELDS AND A SOCCER FIELD. IDA STONE JONES TENNIS CENTER-740 ALABAMA STREET. SERVES AS THE HOME COURTS FOR THE STATE CHAMPION TN HIGH TENNIS TEAMS. THE FACILITY HAS EIGHT COURTS. TWO COURTS FOR MARKED FOR PICKLEBALL. JERRY GOODPASTURE PLAZA -719 SHELBY STREET. THIS IS A .18 ACRE PARK. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS INSTALLED IN THE PARK ALONG WITH METAL BENCHES. JERSEY PARK -256 SHIRLEY DRIVE THIS 2.26 ACRE PARK PROVIDES A BEAUTIFUL COMMUNITY GREEN-SPACE.
KING MEADOWS PARK-108 CLAY STREET. KINGS MEADOW IS A SMALL NEIGHBORHOOD GREEN SPACE MEASURING.15 ACRES. MARK VANCE MEMORIAL GREENWAY -THIS 7,385 LINEAR FEET PAVED TRAIL LEADS FROM THE MILL CREEK AREA OF STEELE CREEK PARK TO THE VOLUNTEER PARKWAY. THERE ARE SEVERAL BENCHES AND TRASH RECEPTACLES ALONG THE ROUTE. MORNING ROTARY CENTENNIAL PARK -832 ORCHARD ST. THE PARK HAS A SMALL PICNIC AREA WITH COATED EXPANDED METAL TABLES. BASKETBALL COURT, DRINKING FOUNTAIN, BENCHES & A GRILL. OAKWOOD PARK -810 OAKWOOD STREET. THIS .12 ACRE NEIGHBORHOOD PARK HAS A SWING SET PATTERSON PARK -105 19TH STREET. TENNIS COURTS, A PLAY STRUCTURE AND A SMALL PARKING AREA. PINNACLE PARK -ENJOY THE VIEWS FROM ONE OF THE PARK'S BENCHES OF THIS BEAUTIFUL 4 ACRE PARK SURROUNDED BY MOUNTAINS. CATCH & RELEASE FISHING IS ALLOWED. ROOSTER FRONT AT STEELE CREEK PARK-1160 VANCE DRIVE. 3.6 ACRES IN SIZE AND IS A VERY POPULAR PARK YEAR ROUND. A SHELTER, PICNIC TABLES, PLAYGROUND, TENNIS COURT & BASKETBALL COURT. ROTARY FIELD -401 ASH STREET. HOME FOR THE THS AND VANCE GIRLS’ SOFTBALL PROGRAM. SLATER COMMUNITY CENTER-325 MCDOWELL STREET. THE PARKS & RECREATION ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES ARE LOCATED IN THE BUILDING ALONG WITH SENIOR PROGRAMS, CLASSES, PUBLIC MEETINGS & EVENTS.
SLATER PARK -128 EAST STATE STREET. THIS PARK IS A POPULAR OUTDOOR BASKETBALL FACILITY
STEELE CREEK PARK -4 LITTLE LANE. STEELE CREEK PARK IS A REGIONAL PARK ENCOMPASSING MORE THAN 2,200 ACRES. THIS PARK OFFERS SHELTERS, A LODGE EQUIPPED WITH A KITCHEN , A CONFERENCE ROOM & A PARTY ROOM, PICNIC TABLES, 52 ACRE LAKE, SOCCER GOALS, DISC GOLF, GOLF COURSE, PLAYGROUNDS, NATURE CENTER, STEEL CREEK EXPRESS, PADDLE BOATS, WALKING, HIKING, BIKING TRAILS, SPLASH PAD. RENTALS AVAILABLE WES DAVIS GREENWAY -THE 2,800FT TRAIL IS A PEDESTRIAN AND BIKE TRAIL FROM ANDERSON ST. TO MELROSE ST. WHITETOP CREEK PARK -310 SPORTSWAY DR. THIS 55.8 ACRE PARK IS A MULTI-PURPOSE SPORTS PARK THAT IS AVAILABLE FOR SOCCER, FOOTBALL, SOFTBALL, BASEBALL, OR TO USE FOR VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENTS. THE PARK HAS A ONE MILE WALKING TRAIL AROUND THE PERIMETER OF THE PARK. THERE IS A PAVILION WITH MEN’S, WOMEN’S, AND FAMILY RESTROOMS. NEXT TO THE PAVILION IS A PLAYGROUND & A BASKETBALL COURT. WINDSOR PARK -1024 WINDSOR AVENUE. WINDSOR PARK IS A SMALL COMMUNITY PARK ENCOMPASSING .17 ACRES. THE PARK HOSTS A SMALL PLAY STRUCTURE.
20 Little Lane Bristol, TN 37620 Phone: 423-764-6411 Steele Creek Golf Course
Weekday Rates 9 holes with cart - $16 18 holes with cart - $23 Weekend Rates 9 holes with cart - $19 18 holes with cart - $25 Play All Day Wednesdays $20 with cart
Senior Day Fridays/ Ladies Day Tuesdays 9 holes with cart $12 18 Holes with cart $18
Hours March to April 9:00am-6:00pm May to August 8:00am-8:00pm September to October 8:30am-6:30pm November to March 10:00am-5:00pm
*No rounds of golf to begin within an hour and a half of closing *No range balls sold within 30 minutes of closing *Times may be adjusted pending weather conditions.
Driving Range $6.50 per bag of range balls
Steele Creek Park
Steele Creek Express - Tickets $1 Per Person May : Saturdays 11am-6pm, Sundays 1pm-6pm June / July : Monday - Saturday 11am - 6pm, Sundays 1pm-6pm August / September / October : Saturdays 11am-6pm, Sundays 1pm-6pm
Paddle Boats - Tickets $1 Per Person July : Monday - Saturday 11am - 6pm, Sundays 1pm-6pm August / September / October: Saturdays 11am-6pm, Sundays 1pm-6pm
Splash Pad - Free with $2 Park Entry Memorial Day - Labor Day : 10am - 8pm All Week
SENIOR ADULT CLASSES & WEEKLY EVENTS July, August, September 2022 Events at Slater Community Center, 325 McDowell St., Bristol, TN, unless noted. 7:45AM-8:00PM Mon.-Thurs. 7:45AM-5:00PM Fri. Bristol, TN, residents – no charge Non-residents $120 annually No charge for non-residents with SilverSneakers, Silver & Fit, or a Renew Active by Optum card.
ONE-ON-ONE PERSONAL TRAINING W/Stephanie Harrison Certified Personal Trainer & Senior Fitness Specialist
LUNCH PICK-UP ORDERS Ages 60+
Mike Ratliff at 423-764-4036
Make an appointment for 30 or 60 minute sessions.
or 423-491-1253 to place your order.
$8 for 30 minutes.
SENIOR EXERCISE ROOMS Ages 50+ Open: Mon.-Thurs. 7:30AM-8:00PM Fri. 7:30AM-4:45PM. Mandatory Orientation before use of rooms. Call 423-764-4023 to schedule.
TRANSPORTATION offered daily to and
from Slater Center for doctor
appointments, etc. Call Mike Ratliff at 423-764-4036 to schedule transportation.
Creative Writing w/Elizabeth Champagne
Watercolor w/Teresa Kath
Oil/Acrylics Session I w/Lisa Sneed
Oil/Acrylics Session II w/Lisa Sneed
Watercolor w/Teresa Kath
Watercolor w/Teresa Kath
Watercolor w/Teresa Kath
Kettlebells & Barre Fitness
Kettlebells & Barre Fitness
Cardio & Strength Training
Cardio & Strength Training
Cardio Dance & Spin
Cardio & Spin
Cardio & Spin
Silver Sneakers &
Silver Sneakers &
Silver Sneakers & Nia
Silver Sneakers & Nia
No Oms About It
No Oms About It
SENIOR WEEKLY FITNESS 50+
NO OMS ABOUT IT T/TH 10:00A Targeted flexibility program focusing on problem areas of the hips, spine, hamstring and shoulders. Unlock stiffness, improve posture, correct muscle imbalances. Limit 10 participants; preregister in front office. Stephanie Harrison Yoga Room
ACTIVE BARRE M 8:00A High intensity class includes cardio and Barre movements. Alexa Serfis Gym
BARRE FITNESS W/F 8:00A Barre Class is a combination of ballet, Pilates, and yoga moves. There is plenty of sculpting and toning to create long, lean muscles. Lark Adams Barre/Spin Room 9:00A Start your Monday off in the gym! This fun filled, fast-paced cardio class is sure to get you going. Move to a variety of music in this 45-minute cardio conditioning class. All fitness levels welcome and encouraged. Denise Bourne Gym CARDIO & STRENGTH TRAINING T/TH 8:00A 45 minute class will get your heart rate up and keep it there with a mix of aerobics/cardio and strength/toning that is mainly focused on the core. t Lark Adams Gym CARDIO M/W
CARDIO DANCE F 9:00A Cardio Dance combines Latin and other styles of dance moves with high energy music. Denise Bourne Gym
CHAIR YOGA T/TH
11:00A Class focuses on improving balance, coordination, strengthening legs and upper body, all with the aid of a chair! this fun class leaves you feeling relaxed and confident. Heather Dotterweich Gym
GYM WALK M/W/F
Noon Walk at you own pace. 1 mile = 23 gym laps Gym
SENIOR WEEKLY FITNESS 50+ continued...
LINE DANCE CLASS BEGINNER T /TH Noon Choreographed beginner classes repeat a series of steps by everyone. Line dancing is set to a variety of music, including
country and today’s hits. Cathy Mackiewicz Gym
10:00A Nia is a discipline that incorporates dance, martial arts, and healing arts. This low impact class is designed to strengthen the body, mind, and spirit. Alexa Serfis Room 209 1:00P A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong. Played on a badminton-size court and a slight modified tennis net with a paddle and a plastic ball with holes. Played as doubles or singles. Gym PICKLEBALL M/T/W/TH/F
10:00A Mondays & Wednesdays – Emphasis on cardio vascular Tuesdays & Thursdays – Emphasis on muscle conditioning Fridays – Emphasis on a combination of cardio vascular and muscle conditioning All classes involve warm up, balance work, muscle condition, cardio vascular training, and flexibility. Pat Fields Gym
SPIN & STRETCH M/W
9:00A Bring your bicycle inside! Enjoy a cardio workout topped off with a complete body stretch. All participants are encouraged to work at their own level. This class combines a great cardiovascular workout, lower body strengthening, and complete body stretch to fun music. You will leave feeling energized!
Alexa Serfis Spin Room STRENGTH TRAINING T/TH 9:00A
A variety of total body condition that includes strength training and bursts of cardio exercises. All major muscle groups are targeted during each class and various equipment is utilized. Gain strength, enhance flexibility, improve balance, and have fun in this 45 minute class. Open to all fitness levels. This class promises to give you everything you need to boost you through the day. Denise Bourne Gym YOGA W/F 11:00A Class is good for all levels. Participants will experience movement and relaxation. There is typically breath work, warm-up poses, a standing sequence, stretching, and then relaxation. Alexa Serfis Room 209
LINE DANCE SUMMER WORKSHOPS W/MARTHA DAVENPORT Noon-2:00PM Gym Tuesdays: July 19th-September 20th
IT'S THE GOOD OLE SUMMER TIME Friday July 15th Cost $7 11AM-Noon Cafeteria: Smoothie Bowls by the Blended Pedaler Noon-3:00PM Gym: Dancing and games with DJ Night Moves/Rob Branson
CRAFTY CORNER (pre-registration required) Limit 12 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Cafeteria July 21st: Summer Flip Flop Wreath w/ Denise Bourne $7 September 15th: Porch Planter Welcome Sign w/ Denise Bourne $15 September 29th: Autumn Scents Soap w/ Alexa Serfis $5
SPIN THE SUMMER WITH US 9:00AM Spin Room Mondays w/ Alexa Serfis Wednesdays & Fridays w/ Stephanie Harrison
PARKS & RECREATION YOUTH & ADULT FITNESS CLASSES Get out and get active! Try one of our fitness classes to help improve health and overall well-being. We want you to be Healthy & Happy!
Location: Slater Community Center Gymnasium Days & Time: Tuesdays & Thursdays at 6:30 pm Instructor: Taffie Barb Fee: $30.00 for 8 weeks or $8.00 per class The class combines toning, sculpting, strength, cardio & stretching using weighted and bodyweight exercise. The class is open to ages 16 & over and can be modified for all fitness levels. Starts August 16
WEIGHTS & MORE
Location: Slater Community Center Gymnasium Days & Time: Mondays & Wednesdays at 6:15 pm Instructor: Becky Olinger Fee: $20.00 for 8 weeks or $8.00 per class The class is all about challenging the body so it achieves better endurance, strength and flexibility. The class can be modified for most fitness levels and is open to ages 16 and over. Starts September 12
GET FIT SATURDAYS
Location: Slater Community Center Gymnasium Days & Time: Saturdays at 9:00 am Starts: August 13, 2022 Instructor: Becky Olinger Fee: $20.00 for 8 weeks or $8.00 per class This class will get you in shape while having a great time. Strength, balance, endurance, and coordination will be challenged each Saturday because every workout will be different. The class is open to ages 16 and over.
Slater Center The lunch program provided by First Tennessee Human Resources can be picked up in the Slater Center cafeteria.
Contact Mike Ratliff@423-764-4036 for more information
The Following requirements are: ·You must be a member of the Slater Center ·60 years of age or older ·Reservation is required 48 hours in advance $3.00 per meal The Slater Center is a stop for the Meals on Wheels Program Provided by the First Tennessee Human Resources Agency. To see if you or a family member qualifies please call the agency toll free at 1-866-836-6678. HOMEBOUND MEALS
CITY OF BRISTOL ' S
DOWNTOWN CENTER 810 STATE STREET BRISTOL,TN
7:00PM-9:00PM JUNE-AUGUST TUESDAY'S & THURSDAY'S
2022 July 16-Bueller August 20-Entice
7:00PM-9:00PM $2 Admission
Thursday-Friday-Saturday & Monday hours of operation: 12pm-6pm Sunday 1pm-6pm
All Year Long! 2022 iNaturalist Park Challenge! How many park species from our list can you photograph and record to the iNaturalist app in 2022? Prizes will be awarded in several categories. Monthly, All Year Long! Hiking with Harvey! - Join AT thru-hiker and Friends of Steele Creek Nature Center and Park member, Harvey Anderson for strenuous hikes in Steele Creek Park. Go to www.friendsofsteelecreek.org for more information or to find the next Harvey Hike! Monthly, 2nd Thursday, 9:00 am Bristol Bird Club Bird Walks: Meet members of the Bristol Bird Club at the Mill Creek parking lot (on Broad Street) for guided bird walks into Steele Creek Park.
Nature Center Programs
Friday, July 8th, 10:00 am Flight Science: Meet Don at the Nature Center for an introduction to powered flight in the Animal Kingdom. Learn about birds, bats, and bugs, and make and fly your own kite! Friday, July 22nd, 10:00 am Butterflies, Dragonflies, and Damselflies: Meet Don at the Mill Creek Park Entrance (on Broad Street) for an easy walk in search of these gems of the summer skies. Tuesday, August 2nd, 4:00 pm Bones: Intro to Osteology: Meet Lance in the Nature Center Classroom for an engaging presentation (and activity) on the science of bones. Then, take a tour of the Center’s newly renovated research and collections area! Friday, August 19th, 4:00 pm Honey Bees! In honor of World Honey Bee Day, meet Jeremy at the Nature Center for a talk on these important pollinators, then we’ll take a walk to the apiary and see what’s buzzing! Friday, September 9th, 4:00 pm Fungus Among Us: Meet Mike at the Nature Center for an easy walk in search of neither plant nor animal, but mushrooms!
Summer Nature Camps 2022!
FLIGHT-ology Camp – This camp will explore powered flight! We’ll look for birds and bugs of Steele Creek Park while learning how and why animals fly. We will also explore physics and weather phenomena (including making and flying kites) related to the science of flight! Ages 7 - 9 July 11th-15th Nature’s Clean-Up Camp – Who are the creatures that keep nature tidy? We will learn about decomposers, detritivores, and scavengers and explore what they do and why they’re important. Campers will be guided through nature on a series of hikes and activities in search of these organisms. Ages 10-12 July 18th - 22nd All camps operate from 8:30 am until noon Monday – Friday and space is limited. The registration fee is $50.00, which includes a t-shirt and all materials for the camp. Partial camp scholarships are available upon need- based request. Register and pay online at https://bristoltn.recdesk.com. For more information please contact the Nature Center at 423-989-5616 or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This icon denotes a camp that will also include nature photography, AND offers free youth division entries into the annual Wildlife Weekend Photo Contest in October!
AUGUST 27th 1:00 - 4:00 GAME ZONE:: STEELE CREEK PARK STEELE CREEK PARK
Registration begins at 12:00 Bring your own NERF equipment and we will supply the darts. FREE event and fun for the whole family
All Games will be Organized by age groups
Contact Taylor Harmon at email@example.com or call (423)646-5215 with questions or for more infromation.
*Standard Steele Creek Park entry fee of $2.00 per vehicle applies
ST A TE STREET F A RMERS M A RKET Fresh Produce Locally Grown
May-October Saturdays- 8am-Noon July-September Wednesdays- 2pm-6pm
Historic Downtown Bristol 810 State Street Bristol, Tennessee
TRIVIA NIGH T
$2.00 Fee Snacks Provided
Pre-register at the Bristol Tn. Parks & Recreation Office during regular business hours 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday at 325 McDowell Street or online at bristoltn.recdesk.org. For additional information contact Becky Olinger at 423-764-4006 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parks and Recreation Commission The City of Bristol, Tennessee Parks and Recreation Department manages athletic and community programming activities as well as maintaining park facilities located within the City of Bristol. The City of Bristol, Tennessee City Council appoints residents to the Parks and Recreation Commission. The volunteer Commission acts as advisory board to the Department and City Council. The Commission helps to establish rules, regulations, functions, goals, policies, and procedures for the performance of its duties and for the use, operation, and conduct of all facilities and programs.
Slater Community Center Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00am-8:00pm Friday 8:00-5:00pm
Closed: Saturday & Sunday
Current Commission Members are : Amy Shi Logan Tudor Margaret Feierabend David Akard III Clyde Downs Sherril Willinger Ronda Baker Susie Chandler Curtis Rutherford
Doug Harmon Charles Taylor Justin Hutchison
City of Bristol, Tennessee Elected Officials: Mahlon Luttrell-Mayor
Vince Turner-Vice Mayor Lea Powers- Councilwoman Mark Hutton- Councilman Margaret Feirabend-Councilwoman
Closed: 4th of July & Labor Day
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