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Jones Center for Families

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Organization Name: Jones Center for Families

 

Local Address:

922 E. Emma Ave.

Springdale, AR 72764

Phone Number: (479) 756-8090

Website Address:  www.thejonescenter.net

Email: info@jonesnet.org 

Hours of Operation: 

Sunday 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Monday thru Thursday 8:00am - 5pm

Friday and Saturday - 8:00am - 10:00pm

 

Description: 

The Jones Center is a recreation, education, and event center for families located in downtown Springdale, Arkansas. The Center boasts a year-round ice arena, junior-Olympic size lap pool, activity pool with a slide, world-class bike park, basketball court, fitness center, indoor track, conference center, and chapel/auditorium. Regional youth sports train here like the Aquahawgs swim team and the NWA Hockey Association as well as individual sports and activities like gymnastics, ballet, aikido, tae kwondo, and figure skating at affordable pricing for families. The Jones Center offers both memberships and scholarships which include free fitness classes such as zumba, yoga, Silver Sneakers, synergy, and spin classes. Several other nonprofit organizations operate within our 220,000 sq. ft. facility including: Camp War Eagle and Haas Hall Academy.

 

Thirty computers with Internet access are available for public use and are handicapped accessible. Three additional computers are available for children and are complete with educational software. 

NWACC Students and members of The Jones Center are able to use the Computer Center free of charge otherwise there is a $2.00 fee required. 

For more information, please call 756-8090, ext. 2209

 

Mission

To bring people together by serving families, strengthening communities, and serving God, making it a better place to live 

Vision

  A safe place for all to learn, play and belong

Organization Type

  501(c)3 

History

The Center opened in 1995 as a gift to the community from the late Mrs. Bernice Young Jones, wife of Harvey Jones, founder of The Jones Truck Lines. The center provides recreational, educational, health, and community programs and various services to individuals and families in the region. The Center is proud to provide a place where "all are welcome" in the heart of Northwest Arkansas. 

 

Fees: Free for general use of facilities. See website for other fees.

 

Page last updated 4/3/2020

 

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