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- April 16, 2018
Earth Day Clean Up at Plum Grove Reservoir
Saturday, April 21, 9:00am-11:00am, Plum Grove Reservoir
Calling all service committees, individuals, business groups, families, scout troops, and school groups: Palatine Park District’s Volunteer Program invites you to the Plum Grove Reservoir to help clean up debris and brush or remove invasive species of plants.
Questions? Contact Volunteer Coordinator Alissa DePue at 847.496.6212.Sign Up to Volunteer
Spring Preschool Preview & 50th Anniversary Open House
Saturday, April 21, 10:00am-11:30am, All Preschool Locations
Be a part of our rich 50 year tradition by registering your child for preschool! Our Preschool Preview is the perfect opportunity to visit our schools and talk with our staff. Children are welcome to come and explore the classrooms. Did you attend or teach at one of our Park District preschools? Come visit one of our current sites to help us celebrate 50 years of preschool at Palatine Park District!
Class Act & Acting Up Youth Theatre presents: OZ!
April 21, 1:30pm, Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center
The timeless Wizard of Oz tale has been adapted into a dazzling musical. A cyclone carries Dorothy and Toto to the magical Land of Oz. When Dorothy’s house squashes the Wicked Witch of the East, she is ecstaticalyl thanked by the liberated Munchkins and given permission to wear the witch’s powerful silver slippers. From there, Baum’s lovable characters, rubber-legged Scarecrow, Cowardly Lion, and Tin Woodsman, join Dorothy on a journey to meet the great Oz.
Musical Matinee featuring Bopology
Sunday, April 22, 3:00pm, Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center
Bopology “swings” their way back to the Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center stage this spring followed by an all-you-can-eat Prime Rib and Pasta plate at Emmett’s Brewing Company (110 N. Brockway, Palatine) for only $40.00 a person. Recognized as a top Chicago Swing Band, Bopology’s musical tribute to the Rat-Pack and Swing era is a show you can’t miss!
Allegro Community Chorus • Friends and Lovers
Friday, April 27, 7:30pm, Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center
With a title borrowed from Lennon and McCartney’s “In My Life,” the program will explore relationships with family, friends, neighbors and of course lovers, through songs about love, good times, and “painting the town,” with a song or two about loneliness thrown in. Featuring music by Stevie Wonder, Journey, George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Samuel Barber, Cole Porter and more, plus songs from “Chicago,” “Oliver,” and “Rent.”