Family Recreation Center is CLOSED for facility work on Friday, August 24.
The Gyms, Studios, and Track will be closed August 25-27.
These facilities will open on August 28.
The Family Aquatic Center will remain closed until September 7.
Aquatic Members may use our substitute facilities, and Fitness members may use the Tennis Center facility.
Oak Brook Aquatic Center Annual Maintenance | Pools Closed August 20-September 7
All aquatic facilities will have a thorough cleaning, with repairs done to floors, pool decking, underwater surfaces and play features. Additionally, we will perform annual safety inspections and maintenance work on all pumps, heaters and chemical distribution machinery in the pump rooms.
Fall Semester Classes begin September 11! Click here to get $10 off the Fall Semester of Music Together!
You and your child have the very exciting opportunity to learn and grow through musical play at the Oak Brook Park District! Join us for the next semester of Music Together® classes in September!
AUGUST 11 & 12, OAK BROOK, IL— Oak Brook Park District’s inaugural Build A Dream Basketball Skills Clinic and Tournament drew more than 300 local youth basketball players and raised more than $6,500 for the park district’s new Universal Playground.
The Inclusion Aide is responsible for assisting one or more individuals with a disability and requiring specialized intervention in order to participate in a variety of recreation programs. The ages and support level needed will vary depending on placement. This job requires a “hands on” approach with an assigned participant, while still working as a team with other staff. Inclusion aides reinforce the recreation teacher’s instruction and encourages peer interaction between people with and without disabilities.
Bringing home its 4th USTA Midwest Sectional Championship and clinching two more top spots in Indianapolis on Sunday, July 29, the Oak Brook Tennis Center’s youth competitors have established themselves as a regional Junior Team Tennis tour de force.
The Oak Brook Park District is excited to announce that the 2nd annual Mutt Miler will be more fun and more affordable than ever!
Registration is now a flat $10 fee and includes admission for one adult and one dog, with no charge for additional fur babies or human babies
Despite the rainy summer, the Oak Brook Park District is on track to celebrate the grand opening of a $1 million Universal Playground in Central Park. The new playground is designed so everyone, regardless of age, ability, or critical illness, will have the opportunity to socialize, play, and explore together.
38 athletes took to the fields in Oak Brook Park District’s Central Park for the agency’s first July Dri Tri on Saturday, July 21. The event drew registrants of all ages from Lisle to Dundee, including 74-year old Oak Brook resident Apparao Devata.
The 2018 Autumn Program Guides and Autumn Pioneer Post are being delivered around the end of this week/beginning of next week. To get a sneak peek of the upcoming programs, view our program guides page.
Rob Bond brings more than 30 years of aquatics experience to his new role as Oak Brook Park District’s Family Aquatic Center Manager. A Level 5 coach and lifetime member of the American Swim Coaches Association (ASCA), Rob holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Northern Illinois University.
The Oak Brook Park District Park District Board of Park Commissioners will vote whether or not to place a referendum resolution on the November ballot during the Regular Meeting scheduled for Monday, July 16.