Howl’oween Dog Parade & Costume Contest

Howl’oween Dog Parade & Costume Contest Howl'oween Dog Parade & Costume Contest

Boo! Fest

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Scarehouse

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Scarehouse of Carol Stream not for the faint of heart!

Following Boo! Fest but for older ghouls, this Scarehouse will challenge the nerves! Coral Cove Water Park lobby and locker rooms are transformed into a zombie dungeon, mad scientist’s lab, and creepy, ghastly scenes to shake you up this Halloween season! Tours start at 9 pm.

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Boo! Fest this Friday

Enter a spooktacular scene, oozing with Halloween activity, at Simkus Recreation Center this Friday, Oct 24, starting at 6:30 pm. Kids ages 1-11 can visit the mad science lab, make spooky crafts, eat ghoulish snacks and hunt for candy in the haystack. Wear your costume and take a stroll on our Spook Walk!

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Bus Driver Wanted

A Bus Driver is needed for the Park District’s 39-passenger bus, primarily for adult day trips but also for occasional summer camp field trips and special event shuttling.

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District brings home the Gold Medal Finalist Plaque

We are proud to be a finalist again for the prestigious national Gold Medal Award. The award is given annually to the top performing parks and recreation agencies in the US by the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration (AAPRA), in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). The district won the award two times previously – in 2002 and 2008.

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Zombie Survival Training featured in ABC 7 Fall Fun Guide

For ages 11 to 17, Zombie Survival Training provides the essential hunting skills for surviving the zombie apocalypse! Join us on Monday, October 13 at Hampe Park from 6:30 to 8:30 pm and wear your best zombie hunting attire. Read more to check out ABC 7′s video.

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