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    Fall Fête raises $61,000 for the Friends of Glen Ellyn Parks

    Guests at Fall Fête experienced a night of whimsy at the Lake Ellyn Boathouse on Saturday, November 2nd as they helped raise $61,000 for the Friends of Glen Ellyn Parks Foundation. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Foundation’s scholarship program, which allows residents experiencing financial hardship to attain reduced and/or no-fee recreation and athletic programs through the Glen Ellyn Park District. Each year, the program supports almost 200 Glen Ellyn families. Photos from the event are available here.

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    Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

    The Glen Ellyn Park District will observe special hours of operation on Thursday, November 28th (Thanksgiving) and Friday, November 29th. Read More »

    Winter Activity Guide Delivery and Registration Dates

    The Winter 2020 Activity Guide was delivered to resident homes the weekend of November 2nd. Resident registration will begin on Sunday, November 17th at 10:00pm. Download and print a copy of our Online Registration Planning Sheet, designed to help you start planning your autumn schedules right away! Read More »

    New Playground Coming Soon to Walnut Glen Park

    Walnut Glen Park is getting a new playground! Work will begin to enhance the park and playground equipment this week, with completion anticipated by mid-November. Read More »

    The Turkey Trot is Right Around the Corner!

    Join us for a free Thanksgiving morning tradition at Lake Ellyn Park! The Turkey Trot 5-Mile Predicto Race will kick-off at 8 a.m. sharp on November 28th. Read More »

    Thanksgiving Break Camps

    Are you looking for fun things for your kids to do during Thanksgiving break? We’ve got you covered! Sign them up for a Thanksgiving Break Camp to make sure they have an enjoyable learning experience while they’re out of school. Read More »

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