Palatine Park District affiliates consist of various volunteer parent organizations or special interest groups that provide programs and services to the community and utilize park district facilities, parks, and/or athletic fields. Each affiliate organization is assigned a Park District staff member who serves as the liaison to the assigned affiliate.
Algonquin Longhouse, Inc. NFP
P.O. Box 603, Palatine, IL 60078
847.261.4113 • email@example.com
A group of over 1,000 families in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago that have joined together to celebrate and build upon the bonds with our children within the proud Native American theme. Algonquin Longhouse offers different programs for children of all ages.
Palatine Celtic Soccer Club
PO Box 305, Palatine, IL 60078
Palatine Celtic Soccer Club provides youth soccer programs for girls and boys ages 4-18. Many of the players on the William Fremd and Palatine High School varsity soccer teams have played either recreational and/or travel soccer under the Celtic banner. Palatine Celtic Soccer Club is also home to the Celtic Cup Labor Day Tournament featuring over 400 teams.
Palatine Amateur Football Association
Founded in 1966 to provide local boys a fun supervised environment to learn and participate in football. Season starts during the last week of July or the first week of August. Practice is five days a week (Monday-Friday) during the month of August. Once school begins, tackle football switches to a ‘school’ practice schedule; three days a week based on the coach’s schedule.
For information on PAFA Spirit Cheerleading (a Palatine Park District program), visit pafaspirit.com.
Palatine Community Baseball & Softball
Palatine Community Baseball & Softball (PCBS) is an affiliate of the Palatine Park District. The volunteer staff provides Palatine and its surrounding communities with the opportunity to participate in youth baseball and softball. For baseball, PCBS offers programs from age 5 through age 18, covering programs from T-ball through Colt. For softball, PCBS offers programs from age 6 (1st grade) up through adult, covering programs from NCAA Div III through the Women’s Division. PCBS volunteers coordinate play in over 2,200 games on 29 different fields during a season.