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2015 Fall Tree Planting Program

The Public Works Department takes care of the trees located in the right of ways along Village owned streets and trees located on Village properties. Each year residents are given the opportunity to have one tree planted in the right of way in front of their home through the Fall Tree Planting Program. The trees are planted through the Village’s itrees.com program. If you are interested in having a tree planted please call the Village Hall at 708-448-2700 and request to be put on the Fall Tree Planting List. Requests must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 30th.Please…

Parks & Recreation Contest

July 2015 We are Celebrating Park and Recreation Month. How do you REC-RE-ATE? The Recreation Department is hosting a contest looking for pictures capturing YOU Recreating in PALOS PARK this summer. Photos will be accepted between July 1-31. Submit pictures of you, your pets, your family REC-RE-ATING in Palos Park to lfisk@palospark.org. Identify who is in the photo and where and when it was taken. Photos will be posted on our Facebook page (not to include personal information). The winner will receive an Autumn in The Park package including: 2 Kids Area wristbands, 4 passes into the Chili Tasting, 2 BBQ…

Theatre at the Metra Depot

Sunday, August 2 – Theatre at the Metra Depot – Mark you calendar and load up the car with the family and friends for an exciting outdoor theater production featuring A Play About A Dragon presented by the Palos Youth Theatre. When a troupe of travelling players happily believe they’ve volunteered to perform their play about a dragon for King Stanley The Stern. Actually, they’ve volunteered to slay a real dragon! This play is full of humor and excitement, thrills, danger, laughterand true love. What more could you ask for? It is… a play about a dragon. Where: Palos Park Metra Depot…

House Concert at McCord Gallery

Saturday, August 8th – 8 pm Enjoy an intimate evening of jazz and blues with folk-based acoustic guitar picker, singer and songwriter Mary Flower at the McCord Gallery and Cultural Center, Saturday, August 8, 2015 at 8 p.m. Seating is limited and reservations are necessary. Flower, internationally known for her mastery of the Piedmont style of acoustic guitar, marries acoustic blues with touches of ragtime, folk, swing and jazz. She is considered a world class finger-style and lap slide player whose dedication to the art form is a vital contribution to America’s music. The Midwest native has performed at concerts…

The Music & Influence of Hank Williams

August 11, 7:00 pm – At the Library Hank Williams’ songs are known and loved throughout the world of country, blues and rock-n-roll and he remains one of the most influential singers and songwriters of the 20th century. Join musician Steve Justman as he brings the music of Hank Williams to life. The Summer Reading prizes will be awarded.Register at 708-448-1530.

Book and Film at the Library

August 12th at 2 pm. Join us for a brief discussion then watch the movie based on the book. “The Two Faces of January” by Patricia Highsmith. All is not what is seems in this thriller with Hitchcockian plot twists centered on a vacationing married couple and their guide on a summer trip to Athens. Runtime 96 minutes Register at www.palosparklibrary.org

Movie in the Park

Friday, August 14 – FREE Movie in the Park, 7:00 pm grounds and concessions open, movie at dusk at the Village Green. The Village Green will be transformed into Jurassic Park! We won’t tell you what movie will be showing, but our TRexplorer Students will have the park looking like the newest exhibition dig with a possible Dinosaur lurking in the trees

Dancing at Dusk

Saturday, August 22 – Dancing at Dusk – Join us for a beautiful evening of line dancing on the Village Green in Palos Park! Dee Ulrich will demonstrate different moves for line dancers as well as your favorites! Even if you are not a dancer, come out and enjoy the evening! Food,beverages and refillable light up tumbler will be available for purchase. (Event will be indoors if inclement weather) Time: Grounds open at 5:00 pm – dancing begins at 6:00 pm Fee: Free

Book Discussion at Library

August 26 at 11 am. Join us for a discussion about authors and their work. The Astronaut Wives Club by Lily Koppel. Register at http://palosparklibrary.org/root/event/book-discussion-the-astronaut-wives-clube/

Autumn in the Park Festival 2015

Friday, September 18 and Saturday, September 19 Autumn In The Park Festival 2014 was a tremendous success attracting festival goers from all over the region. We were thrilled at the number of people who attended and the positive response we received to this wonderful fall event. By popular demand we are again expanding this event to include musical entertainment, food and spirits on Friday evening September 18, in addition to a full-day of events on Saturday, September 19. There is something for everyone to enjoy at the 2015 Autumn In The Park Festival. Our event will begin on Friday evening, September 18,…

McCord’s Black & White Gala

November 7 This annual fundraiser is to support “welcoming home for the arts”. Held at Midlothian Country Club with silent and live auction, great food and dancing to live Nuclear Jazz Quarktet. Call 708-671-0648 for information.

‘Images of America’ Palos Park

by Jeannine Kacmar, the Palos Park Library, and the Village of Palos Park To celebrate the centennial anniversary of Palos Park in 2014, the Village of Palos Park and the Palos Park Public Library have partnered together to publish a book with Arcadia Publishing highlighting the fascinating history of Palos Park. The book, written by Palos Park librarian Jeannine Kacmar, features photographs and stories donated from private collections of local residents, businesses, and organizations.  The book is available for purchase for $21.99 at the Village Hall and  the Palos Park Library. Call the library (708-448-1530) or the Village Hall (708-671-3700)…