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Oury Center  is located east of I-10 on St. Mary's Rd. near Davis Elementary School

 

 

Center Coordinator: Joe Cedillo Center Supervisor: Dawnee Rios
Email: dawnee.rios@tucsonaz.gov
Address: 600 W. St. Mary’s Rd.
Phone Number: 520-791-4788
Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays Closed


 

Calendar of Events

 

 

Amenities Information

Indoor: Outdoor:
  • Billiards/Ping-Pong/Foosball tables
  • Stage
  • Public computer lab
  • Kitchen
  • Lighted Basketball court
  • Playground equipment
  • Two softball fields
  • Sand volleyball court
  • Stage
  • Horseshoe pit

 

Youth and Teen Programs

Schoolzout Camp

An activity based program for ages 5-11 years (5 years olds must have completed kindergarten, proof may be required) before the start of the Summer KIDCO program. Dates include: May 27- 30. Cost is $2 per child per day. No discounts. Activities include, games, music, sports crafts, field trips, movies, and more. Contact Center staff for more information and to register.

KIDCO summer recreation program

A summer program for ages 5-11 years (5 year olds must have completed kindergarten, proof may be required). Games, arts and crafts, sports, nutrition, music, Summer Reading Program, dance and lots of fun. Offered Monday-Friday from 7:30am-6pm. No program on Thursday, July 4. 

Session 1 - June 2-27 (4-weeks) $125/$157
Session 2 - June 30- July 25, (4-weeks) $125/$157

Participants may register for one or both sessions.

Youth Open Drop-in Recreation

During summer months youth are allowed to drop in to Oury Center beginning at 5pm-6pm, Monday-Friday.  Daily center use fee or quarterly pass apply.

 

 

About Oury Center

Oury Recreation Center is located in the historic Barrio Anita neighborhood. It dates back to the 1930s when it was the site of many softball leagues.
 

Oury Recreation Center lies in the heart of the David G. Herrera/Ramon Quiroz Park. The park is named after David Herrera and Ramon Quiroz. The two gentlemen were former coordinators at Oury Center and made a big impact on the lives of youth in the Barrio Anita Neighborhood.