Help shape the future of Elmhurst's oldest park. The Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art is considering relocating to a new spot in Wilder Park. Stop in at one of two public meetings (Monday, April 20 at 7 p.m., or Saturday, April 25 at 2 p.m.) held jointly by the Park District and Lizzadro Museum and share your feedback with us. Meetings will be held at the Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art, 220 S. Cottage Hill, Elmhurst.
Carolyn Ubriaco was reelected to the Board of Park Commissioners for her third term. Doug Ennis and Kevin Graf were elected to fill the other two Board seats. All Commissioners serve for six-year terms.
At the May 13, 2015 Annual Meeting held at Wilder Mansion, all three newly elected Commissioners will take the oath of office and begin their terms. A regular Park Board meeting will take place immediately following the Annual Meeting.
Pick Subdivision Park District Consolidates with the Elmhurst Park District.
Founded in 1971, the Pick Subdivision Park District (PSPD) has a five-member elected board and serves a geographic area west of Salt Creek and in the City of Elmhurst. It consists of approximately 280 parcels and is bordered by St. Charles Road on the south, Villa Avenue on the west, the Union Pacific tracks on the north, and Rte. 83. on the east. The PSPD is in the 1st Ward of the City of Elmhurst and in Villa Park School District 45 and DuPage High School District 88.
Come check out the Health & Wellness Fair and explore all that Courts Plus has to offer. Get free health screenings, visit with a Courts Plus personal trainer, and receive a free two-week trial membership. Enjoy a free yoga class at 9:30 a.m., and a free foam roller seminar at 10:30 a.m. Please register at the Courts Plus service desk, call (630) 833-5064, or email us. Hope to see you there!
Want to help give back to the parks that give so much to our community? Adopt a park! The Elmhurst Park District's Adopt-A-Park program is designed to promote civic pride and offer individuals a chance to work hands-on keeping their favorite park clean. Each year, the adoption commitment begins in April and concludes in December. Adopt-A-Park is open to individuals, youth groups, neighborhood associations, civic groups, religious organizations, service organizations, schools, teams, businesses and other organizations.