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  • District 23 Child Care

    Sep 25, 2015 12:05 PM

    UPDATED 9/25/15:: The Arlington Heights Park District will be providing a cooperative child care program with the Prospect Heights Park District for the week of September 28.

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  • Child Care Options Available During District 23 Strike

    The Arlington Heights Park District is offering alternative care during the District 23 strike, according to Alisa Kapusinski, Division Manager of Recreation Programs. “Children can enjoy a variety of games, crafts and activities while school is not in session.

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    Arlington Aces Finish 6th in Illinois

    Aug 27, 2015 10:00 AM

    Arlington Heights, IL - Aces Soccer is proud to announce that the Girls U14 Arlington Aces Tempest finished the 2014-2015 season ranked 6th in the state of Illinois. Their overall record for the spring season consisted of 14 wins, 1 loss, and 8 ties. Coach Darren Llewelyn led his team through a grueling schedule, where the girls played against some of the toughest teams Illinois had to offer.

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    Jarrett Payton NO BULL Project

    Jarrett Payton came to visit roughly 400 1st through 6th graders at Pioneer Park on Wednesday July, 15th. His visit was part of his NO BULL Project, which is an anti-bullying program he has developed with his foundation.

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  • 90 Things to do in Arlington Heights

    Since 1985, America has celebrated July as the nation’s official Park and Recreation Month. This year we decided to come out with a list of things to do to continue on the celebration...

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  • Picnic in the Park to Kick Off the Summer at North School Park

    Annual tradition being held at a new time and features new activity!

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    Arbor Day Contest Winners!

    At the conclusion of the Arbor Day celebration we announced of the winners of the Arlington Arbor Day Artist’s, Tree Drawing Contest. The Arlington Arbor Day Artist’s Tree Drawing Contest was open to all children pre-k to 6th grade students in Arlington Heights.

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  • AHPD Turns 90

    Towards the end of the 19th century, local townspeople began protesting the unsightly conditions of the land alongside the railroad tracks in the newly incorporated Arlington Heights.

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  • Distinguished Budget Presentation Award

    This award is the highest form of recognition in governmental budgeting and represents a significant achievement by your organization.

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  • Arlington Heights Park District Calling All Arbor Day Artists

    Trees produce life giving oxygen, give us building materials and fuel, serve as windbreaks and can help cut down air conditioning costs this summer.

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