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 a public meeting on Saturday, April 25 at 2 p.m. and share your feedback with us. Meeting will be held at the Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art, 220 S. Cottage Hill, Elmhurst.
Want a great way to get in shape over the summer but trying to save cash? Beginning May 1, Courts Plus is offering a $109 summer membership for 99 days for residents and non-residents alike with no initiation fee, as well as a summer membership for youth ages 17 and under for only $59. The membership must be purchased by July 3.
It may not feel like it, but summer is fast approaching and with it - pool season! Purchase or renew your pool pass through May 22 for only $34 resident/$100 non-resident rate. After May 22, full price pool pass rates ($49 resident/$100 non-resident) take effect. Renew your pool pass online, or purchase your pass at Wagner Community Center, 615 N. West Avenue.
Congratulations to the 2015 IPDGC State Champion Impact Dance Company! In the Senior Division: First Place for the Senior Hip Hop Company and Third Place for the Senior Jazz Company. In the Junior Division: First Place for the Junior Hip Hop Company and Second Place for the Junior Jazz Company. The Junior Hip Hop Company won the Overall High Score for the event and the entire Impact Dance Company won the Sportsmanship Award. Sportsmanship is voted on throughout the year by the competing teams. The Impact Dance Company coach is Erica Jaunich.
The East End tennis courts and basketball courts are undergoing renovation, and will be out of service until approximately June 20. The rehabilitation project includes new surfacing and fence repairs.
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.