Englewood Jazz Fest Hits High Notes In The CommunityThe festival starts at 12:00 Saturday afternoon and ends around 6:00 p.m. at Hamilton Park and Cultural Center at 513 West 72nd Street.
Outdoor Pianos Return To Chicago Parks This SummerFrom free concerts and movies to comedy shows and family entertainment, there's plenty to do in Chicago's hundreds of public parks this summer.
Park District Summer Camp Offerings Start MondayCampers will get to go on fun field trips, play different sports and explore nature.
Cleanup Underway After Holiday Revelers Trash Chicago BeachesThe Memorial Day weekend’s sweltering temperatures meant not only did plenty of people hit the beaches to catch some rays, but plenty of litterbugs left behind piles of trash on the lakefront.
Park District Shuts Off Half Its Water Fountains Due To LeadThe Chicago Park District says it may remove up to half its outdoor drinking fountains after tests found high levels of lead in the water.
Chicago Park District Programs: Summer Camp 2018 RegistrationRegistration for Chicago Park District summer camp programs is now open.
Chicago Park District To Host Meetings On Potential Park UsesHowever there will be no new information presented about the Obama Presidential Center itself or proposed transportation improvements.
Chicago Park District Releases Revised Plans For Jackson Park Golf CourseThe Chicago Park District unveiled its revised plans for the golf courses in Jackson Park and around the South Shore Cultural Center to a polite, but somewhat skeptical crowd.
Chicago Park Districts Will Collect, Recycle Your Christmas TreesThe city of Chicago is gearing up for the onslaught of real Christmas trees that people want to recycle over the next few weeks.
The Future For Chicago's Most Remote ParkChicago's most remote park doesn’t even have a name, despite its unique history on the city's South side.
Theater On The Lake Renovated For Year-Round PerformancesIn addition to the new glass windows, improvements include climate control, improved lighting and sound, and other technological and physical upgrades.
City Cuts Ribbon On New South Side Stretch Of Divided Lakefront TrailThe separate paths for cyclists and runners are designed to minimize the potential for collisions on crowded areas of the lakefront.