Spring is a season of new beginnings — and that’s especially true for us here at the Northbrook Park District.
“We’ve had a great winter,” said Executive Director Molly Hamer. “We couldn’t be more excited for spring events and for people to get outside and into our parks.”
In addition to operating our 23 parks, we offer year-round recreational activities and events to the Northbrook community.
Here’s a look at what we’re looking forward to this spring:
- Adult Softball leagues starting up, registration deadline April 6
- Batting Cages open for the season at TPPF, April 9
- Senior Week at the Senior Center, April 16-20
- Free! Earth and Arbor Day Celebration at Village Green Park, April 21
- Spring into Bingo with Lunch at the Senior Center, April 27
- Free! Spring Concert at the Northbrook Library, May 7
- The 49th Annual Northbrook-On-Ice, May 11-13
- Free! Kids’ Fishing Derby at Wood Oaks Green Park, May 19