So now that snow has started to fall, and people are starting to hibernate a bit, how can you fit this healthy form of exercise into your routine? Palatine Park District is here to help!
Where do kids learn sportsmanship? Most kids will say from people like parents/guardians and siblings. You may think it does not matter what you say or do. “My child will not notice.” As a parent, I can tell you that kids do notice.
The falling leaves and the cooler temperatures give us a great opportunity to prepare our lawns for next year. Corey Zak, Horticulture Manager for Palatine Park District, has some simple lawn preparation tips you can use this fall.
Volunteer with Palatine Park District! Volunteers are vital to the success of our programs and events. Enjoying a flexible schedule, our volunteers schedule themselves for roles that interest them at time frames that are convenient. Today we are celebrating “back to school” week by giving notepads and pens away to the first 50 customers at […]Volunteer Program
Palatine Park District is responsible for 735 acres of open land in Palatine including 50 park and facility locations that are home to 30 playgrounds.
The Women in Business Advisory Forum (WIBAF) is now accepting applications from Fremd and Palatine High Schools for this year’s WIBAF Scholarship. To be eligible, female students must have a 2.75 GPA or better, with the intent of attending a 2-year or 4-year college or university in Fall 2018 to pursue a degree in a business-related field.