As the weather gets cooler, finding activities for the entire family might be getting harder. Check out these five fun activities to do at the Park District this weekend:
Bundle up and take your pooch on-leash for a walk around The Preserve of Highland Park. Temporary informational signs are posted throughout the park that detail the park’s new amenities. And, check out the new turtle climbing playground!
Meet friends and lace up your skates for public skating at Centennial Ice Arena. Public skate is open Saturdays between 11:25am-12:10pm. If you have time during the weekday, take a public skate lunch break Mon, Tue, Thu, or Fri between 11am-1pm.
If you have your own skates, it only costs $6 for children and $7 for adults. Need skates? Only pay $3 more.
It’s time to get in shape before indulging in those holiday sweets, treats, and feasts! Did you know, the Recreation Center of Highland Park offers All Access 7-Day Passes for only $20? Passes include access to the fitness floor, Group Ex classes, and lap swimming.
The whole family will enjoy Constance’s Story Trail at Heller Nature Center. Just follow the walking trail while reading our featured story: The Rainbow Fish. While you’re at it, discover nature and play at Wander Woods – a free play natural area designed to nurture a child’s sense of wonder and discovery.
Not ready to let go of summer? Join us for a splash at our indoor open swim times on Saturdays and Sundays between 12:30-5:30pm. It’s only $6/person for residents and $8/person for non-residents.