Counseling and Development Services at St Joseph County. Promoting Healthy Families.
Studio and showroom featuring pottery, sculpture and metal work.
First Fridays are held on the first Friday of every month throughout the year. Downtown businesses and venues will focus their efforts to feature sales, special offers, entertainment and activities for kids.
This two-day juried fine arts fair is rated as one of the top 50 art fairs in the country by Sunshine Artists and features more than 100 national artists.
This unprecedented place of gathering and enrichment houses an array of education, sports, faith, arts and supportive programs to deliver a world class experience.
Dance and eat while enjoying a live band. Rock the Rooftop is held on the top floor of the Wayne Street parking garage at the corner of St. Joseph and Wayne Streets in South Bend. Doors open at 5:00 pm. Music from 5:30 to 10:00 pm.
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The Neighborhood Resources Corporation, Inc. (NRC) is a non profit organization that works exclusively for neighborhoods and neighborhood organizations in the City of South Bend.
View 114 years of automotive history, from the Studebaker family's Conestoga Wagon to the last car to roll of the assembly line. Studebaker was the only company to span the time from settler's wagons to high performance automobiles.
Discover a Victorian mansion, a cottage reflecting the 1930's, local history, the history of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, Notre Dame history, changing exhibitions, children's museum and more at this magnificent historic site.
Historical gifts, memorabilia, keepsakes
The Village: A Community Musical Arts Alliance, Inc. celebrates music and cultural expressions rooted in the traditions of diverse American and global communities in the heart of downtown South Bend, Indiana.
Unity Gardens is a 501(3)c non-profit . Unity Gardens was started by Sara Stewart with just one garden with the idea of feeding hungry people, and providing a place for diverse people to gather. That was in the summer of 2008, since then Unity Gardens has grown to be much more than that. With over 45 gardens of all shapes and sizes, we help to feed our community. We offer free gardening classes to teach the community how to grow their own food as well as free cooking and preserving classes to show how to cook healthy and save your harvest.