Champions Club Public Grand Opening is Saturday, April 6, 2019! View the Experience Southlake Magazine for Champions Club Grand Opening Details, Spring 2019 Programs and More!

Champions Club at The Marq Southlake will celebrate its public grand opening on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Check out the special edition of Experience Southlake Magazine to learn more about Champions Club and see all the fun things happening in Southlake Parks and Recreation this spring!

Join us for the official public grand opening of Champions Club on Saturday, April 6 from 9:00am-8:00pm! Members and non-member are invited to tour the facility, learn about available memberships, try out our equipment, take a fitness class and enjoy activities for the whole family. More information will be available soon, so be sure to follow Champions Club on Facebook to stay up-to-date or visit

The Winter/Spring Experience Southlake Magazine is now live with Champions Club information! You can register online for all of our spring programs and athletic leagues, and you can also book your Champions Club rentals now for use once the facility opens.

Inside this issue of Experience Southlake Magazine, you’ll find more information about the programs and services we’ll be offering at Champions Club, including:

  • Group fitness classes
  • Personal training packages
  • Learn to swim classes and schedules
  • Rentals and party packages

You’ll also find information about our spring 2019 Parks and Recreation programming, including:

  • Youth and family programs
  • Nature programs at the Bob Jones Nature Center
  • Youth and adult athletics
  • Special events

As we put the final touches on Champions Club, in-person registration has been temporarily relocated to Legends Hall at The Marq Southlake.

To learn more about Champions Club services, rentals and memberships, please call (817) 748-8955. For information about our recreational programs, leagues and events, please call (817) 748-8019.

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Curious about the 2018 bond program? New video has details

To address Fort Worth’s unprecedented growth and the challenges that come along with it, the City Council will call for a bond election in May 2018. If approved by voters, the bond package would provide funding to build new roads and repair existing ones; add new park amenities, community centers and public safety facility improvements; and replace an aging library.

A new video provides an introduction to the bond process and mentions some of the priorities for the proposed bond election.

Visit the bond program page to see a schedule of upcoming public meetings or to suggest a project.

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The City of Southlake’s Country Music in the Square – Event Details for April 18, 2015

The City of Southlake will host Country Music in the Square, a FREE event presented by Complete Care Southlake, on Saturday, April 18, 2015. The event will start at 3:00 PM and run into the evening, ending at approximately 11:00 PM.  The fun, music-filled event will provide an evening of live entertainment, emceed by 95.9 The Ranch’s Justin Frazell, headlined by country music artist Brandon Rhyder, and will feature local and regional performances by Bleu Edmondson, Matt Stillwell and Empty Pockets.

Attendees will be able to purchase food from Feed Store BBQ, Fletcher Corney Dogs & Funnel Cakes, and Nothing Bundt Cakes.  Those over the age of 21 will be able to choose from a variety of Andrews Distributing Company of North Texas brands for purchase like Coors Light, Miller Lite, Shiner, Dos XX, Rahr Pride of Texas and Pedernales Robert Earl Keen as well as a selection of red and white wines. There will also be a few of Red Bull’s newest flavors available along with soft drinks and water for sale.  Attendees will also be able to participate in a variety of activities made possible by event sponsors – a mechanical bull compliments of Dave and Buster’s and an interactive golf experience provided by Top Golf The Colony.

For more details on this event, visit

 Country Music in the Square





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