…is home to Eugene Yoga as well as numerous healing arts practitioners and non-profit organizations. You can find more information about the residents of The Tamarack Building here.
With abundant hallways, and a large stairwell between levels, The Tamarack Building is uniquely situated to provide gallery space.
…is the home of the Tamarack Wellness Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit which offers contemporary and traditional wellness approaches at the Tamarack Aquatic Center for people of all ages and abilities. The Tamarack Wellness Center provides rehabilitation programs, therapeutic interventions, wellness and preventative care with a unique focus on sustainable practices and placing community at the center of health and well-being. More info here.
…is a lovely environment for hosting a wide variety of events and activities. If you, or your organization, are looking for an affordable venue, in a quiet natural setting that’s conveniently located in South Eugene, this is the place! More information about its unique features can be found here.
SOLAR & community Service…
On December 31, 2003 South Hills Center activated two large solar arrays:
THERMAL POWER: The southwest facing roof of the pool building holds 2250 sq/ft of solar thermal panels which provide water heating for that facility. It is reputed to be the largest solar thermal array in the Pacific Northwest.
ELECTRIC POWER: The lower parking lot has a 2000 sq/ft photovoltaic system that is connected to EWEB and provides green power for the facility as well as the surrounding neighborhood.
COMMUNITY SERVICE: There are many ways South Hills Center partners with Community Service organizations to provide access and assistance to the greater Eugene-Springfield community.
- Pearl Buck Center provides daily cleaning services for South Hills Center through the Community Employment Program. Their mission is to offer people with disabilities and their families quality choices and supports to achieve their goals. For more information about this program please click this email link for Holly Powell at Pearl Buck Center.
- In a four-way partnership with Community Supported Shelters, St. Vincent dePaul and the City of Eugene we are providing housing for someone who was previously homeless in exchange for onsite security. For more information about this program please click this email link for Community Supported Shelters or call
- A Food For Lane County Donation Bin is conveniently located in the main entrance hallway of the Tamarack Building. We are happy to help support their mission of alleviating hunger by creating access to food. Stop by anytime the building is open and contribute to ending food insecurity by donating non-perishable items.