Last fall residents had an opportunity to complete a community-wide survey related to parks and recreation in Elmhurst. According to survey results, residents felt they were missing out on adult events and entertainment in the parks. So this fall, the Elmhurst Park District is bringing you the first Movie on the Green, an adult evening complete with a showing of the golf classic Caddyshack!
The Elmhurst Park District invites you to attend the 2nd annual “State of the Park District” address on Monday, October 2 at 7 p.m. at the Wagner Community Center, 615 West Avenue.
This presentation aims to provide a current look at District projects, accomplishments and future plans, while also serving as an introduction and overview of how the Park Board and District staff work together to serve the entire Elmhurst community. This year’s address will highlight the recently completed Vision 2020 Comprehensive and Strategic planning process.
The playground redevelopment at Plunkett Park is coming along with most of the equipment laid out and the freestanding Global Motion structure being installed this week. The Global Motion provides thrills for many kids at once, as fourteen nets allow kids to climb, rotate and explore two levels of fun!
Fall Fest has been a staple in Elmhurst for a number of years so when the Elmhurst Park District was asked to take over the event, they couldn’t turn it down. This year, the event will be held Saturday, October 14 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Wild Meadows Trace and Safety Town.
Elmhurst Park District is looking for your input! Conrad Fischer Park is scheduled to receive a face lift in the summer of 2018. The District plans to replace the playground, redevelop the tennis courts and implement other general park improvements.