Learn all the 'I Dos' (and don'ts) of wedding planning! Bring your fiancee, family and friends to experience the award-winning historical Wilder Mansion as you take pleasure in an evening of wedding exhibits, planning ideas and inspiration. Visit with premier vendors in the industry while you enjoy live entertainment, cake, wine samples and more.
Beat the winter blues at the Courts Plus Cabin Fever Funfest, a day of FREE kid friendly, family fun! Enjoy games, crafts, face painting, and balloon twisting, while burning off energy at our obstacle course, on the climbing wall or at Fit 4 Life gym!
At the Park District #OutIsIn all summer long and we want you to get in on the fun! In honor of Parks and Recreation Month, we’re bringing you the #OutIsIn Instagram Photo Contest that highlights the best of the outdoors in Elmhurst! During the month of July use the hashtag #OutIsIn to submit photos of you and your family enjoying Elmhurst Park District parks, trails and pools!
We're popping into the parks on select days this summer to party with you! Kids of all ages are invited to head to the park for some good old-fashioned fun. We'll provide bubbles, hula hoops, jump ropes, giveaways and refreshments. Eco the Raccoon might just make an appearance as well!
Join us from 9-11 a.m. on our upcoming dates!
Friday, July 20 - Washington Park
Thursday, August 2 - Berens Park
See you in the park!
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.
More than 250 people came to Butterfield Park on Saturday, November 5 for the grand reopening of the park and ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of The Playground for Everyone.
Parade steps off from York and Third streets and will proceed to the Elmhurst Veterans Memorial in Wilder Park.
Three lighted sled hills are available for use at Berens Park, Crestview Park, and Eldridge Park depending on appropriate snow conditions. Plastic sleds, tubes, saucers, and toboggans are permitted on the hills. Outdoor skating is allowed at Eldridge Lagoon when the ice reaches a consistent thickness of 8." Signs and green flag will be posted when lagoon is suitable for skating.