Due to the storm, Park Palooza has been delayed one hour and will begin at 6 p.m. this evening in Berens Park. We hope you will join us for music, food and fun!
If you happen to be browsing the Radio Flyer website or YouTube page, or notice a product demo video in Toys R Us or Walmart with a familiar background, you're not experiencing deja vu: Elmhurst's very own Butterfield Park serves as the backdrop for the new Radio Flyer commercial. A film crew spent the majority of Wednesday, August 13 in the park filming the spot.
On Sunday, August 10, over 1,000 people descended on Berens Park for the First Annual Kite Fest. With assistance from Chicago Kite's professional stunt flyers, kids were able to create and fly their own kites, and enjoy a breezy afternoon in the park. Families brought picnics and enjoyed watching the colorful shapes graze the skies. Make sure to watch for information on next year's event!
The DuPage County Department of Transportation's construction project to realign the Illinois Prairie Path for convenient and safe access to users will begin on July 21. The path will be realigned and paved at the railroad crossing to provide a safer crossing. Improvements include detectable warnings, new path accesses at both Pioneer Park and the intersection of Prospect & Seminole Avenues, and a new alignment at Seminole Avenue.
Tired of watching your kids stare mindlessly at their computer screens? Have a bad case of cabin fever? Then take action and head to your local park for some outdoor, lag-free fun! Elmhurst's parks are well-maintained and fun for people of all ages. Here are just a few ways to enjoy your time at the park:
1.) Have a Picnic: What's better than sitting back, relaxing, eating great food and spending time with family and friends? Not a whole lot. All you need is a blanket, basket, food, friends, and sunshine and you're ready to go!