Back by popular demand, Bopology returns to Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center, 150 E. Wood Street, in Palatine on Sunday, April 22 at 3:00pm for a Musical Matinee concert.
“I wanted to write a story with music that would spark a child’s imagination,” said playwright and performer Sue Mrotek. “Planet Zoo” opens at Cutting Hall on Monday, March 26.
For one week only, the District is inviting the community to be a part of the decision-making process as staff members select the final amenities for the playgrounds at Dove Park, 1802 Green Lane South, and Hawthorne Park, 210 S. Brockway Street, in Palatine. Ballots will be accepted through Friday, March 9.
“Palatine Park District is an awesome team,” said Human Resources Coordinator Phil Riskin. “Working here will make fun memories that will last you a lifetime.”
“This is one of the best Park District events we have attended,” said Palatine resident and attendee Laura Ramser. “The gym was beautifully decorated, the table activities were cute, the food was good for kids and parents, the photo booth was a riot, and the DJ was really, really good.”Date Night
While the Palatine Park District spring program catalogs will be arriving in the mail at over 38,000 homes this week, the full 96-page book is also available to view online.
On Sunday, February 4, three Palatine company dancers earned scholarships for summer intensives with two dance companies. Company dancers Morgan Allord and Reese Reuter received a scholarship from jorsTAP Chicago, and Kyra Hayes received one from Inaside Dance Chicago.
On Saturday, February 3, Palatine Park District recognized 17 volunteers for their service to affiliate groups and associated organizations with the District.