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April 20, 2014
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Documents:
2014 Winter/Spring Brochure
Park & Rec Registration Form
Waiver and Release for P & R Programs



Disc Golf Map
Bike Route and Parks Map
Pool Membership Form
Paddle Tennis Court Reservations
2014 Athletic Field Update


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Athletic Field Updates
(Updated 4/10/14)

Athletic fields are currently closed. The tentative date to open fields is Saturday, April 19th. When the weather and conditions allow, efforts to prepare the fields for use will include field layouts, in-field conditioning, turf maintenance, line striping, goal placement, and irrigation repairs. Patience and cooperation is appreciated as the Village works to ready the fields. While anxious and well meaning, please do not use the fields prior to them being officially opened. .

Skate Park Update
The cold weather has hampered crews from performing spring maintenance to the skate park. Once seasonal maintenance is performed , the skate park will be opened for the season. It is anticipated that the park will be open in early May. Please check back for updates.



KLM Dog Hours & Restrictions

Unsure on the dog hours and restrictions for KLM? Download details here.

The dog area permitted at KLM Park 5:00am to 9:00 am and 7:00 pm to 10 pm from March 1st through October 31st in permitted areas.

KLM Dog Area Temporarily Modified
Effective April 3, 2014
Due to the wet conditions the area that dogs are permitted at Katherine Legge Memorial Park has been modified. The goal of the modification is to protect the condition of the turf and allow for turf to be established.
  Dogs will be permitted south of the creek but must remain north of the North Picnic Shelter during permitted dog hours. This area is considered Concert Hill.
  Dogs are not permitted near the platform tennis courts or the Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge.
  When turf conditions improve, dogs will be permitted to use the area north of the creek.
  Hinsdale Police will enforce the temporary dog area.
Your patience and cooperation is appreciated. The Village is working to manage the park for future use. Please check the website and the park for updates, www.villageofhisndale.org/pr

Individuals who violate the rules are subject to fines issued by the Hinsdale Police Department.


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Latest News:

Park & Recreation Summer Brochure

The Village of Hinsdale Parks and Recreation Summer Aquatics and Program Brochure was delivered to residents on Monday, April 14th. Resident registration begins April 21st and is available on-line, in-person or by mail. Non-resident registration begins May 1st. This brochure will include a variety of new programs such as Youth Theater, Guitar Lessons, Mighty Mathematicians and more! Offerings will also include many of your favorites such as swim lessons, Tot Time/Kinderkamp and Skyhawks Sport programs! Mark your calendar for a number of FREE summer events: Touch a Truck, Movie in the Park, Lunch on the Lawn and our famous 4th of July parade!

If you did not receive a brochure please contact the office at 630-789-7091.


Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 19, Robbins Park 10:30am

Bring your baskets and hunt for treats at the Easter egg hunt in Robbins Park! The egg hunt begins promptly at 10:30 am. You do not need to be pre-registered for the egg hunt. All ages 11 and under are welcome to participate. A Bunny Breakfast will precede this event, hosted by the Community House. Contact the Community House at 630/323-7500 for more information.

For more information regarding the Egg Hunt, contact the Village of Hinsdale Parks and Recreation Department at 630/789-7090.


Community Pool Passes on Sale Feb 1st

Communtiy Pool Passes are on sale. Early Bird rates are available through April 30th. Members who are renewing can do so on-line, in person or through the mail. New members can purchase a membership at Memorial Hall at the Parks & Recreation office and should bring a utility bill to verify residency.
Passes are available for families, individuals, and seniors. Nanny passes can be added to the Family membership.

As of February 5th, Super Passes are SOLD OUT. If you would like to be placed on a wait list please contact the office. The Super Pass is purchased in addition to the membership and allows members to utilize both the Hinsdale Communtiy Pool and the Clarendon Hills Park District Lion's Pool. The Super Pass is available on first come first serve basis. Those wishing to purchase this option are encouraged not to wait as the passes were sold out in 2013. For information and questions call 630-789-7090.

The Pool Registration Form can be found here.

2014 Community Pool Pass Rates
effective through April 30, 2014
Pass Early Bird Rate
Hinsdale Resident
Early Bird
Non-Resident
Family $290 $515
Individual
(2-61 yrs)
$165 $260
Senior
(62 yrs +)
$80 $155
Nanny* $60 $60
10 Visit $70 $70
Super Pass
1-4*
$45 each NA
Super Pass
4+*
$15 each NA
*with family pass only. Super Passes are only available for Residents.
Super Pass sales are limited and will be available until they are sold out.

Platform Lessons

Whether you're new to the sport or looking to improve your game, check out the information for group and private lessons.
To register contact Mary Doten at 708-261-5779 or at mhdoten@gmail.com

Platform Tennis Information


ATTENTION ALL KLM PICNIC PERMIT RENTERS

2014 picnic reservations begin Dec. 2nd for Hinsdale residents and Jan. 2nd for non-residents.

A permit is required for any picnic at Katherine Legge Memorial Park. Call the Park and Recreation Dept. to make your reservation.
Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in any Village park at any time.

Picnic Fees Flyer


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Over 600 programs are offered by the Hinsdale Park and Recreation Department annually. The year round activities are designed to meet the leisure interests of Hinsdale residents.

Community Special Events organized by the Department include the 4th of July Parade and Festival and the Fall Family Festival. Many other special events are also held throughout the year.

The Village of Hinsdale is a member of the Gateway Special Recreation Association. Current members have pooled resources to contract with the Ray Graham Association for People with Disabilities to provide recreational service for children and adults with disabilities.

Many programs are offered through Gateway including bowling, bike riding, Special Olympics training, swimming and tennis. Registration for camp and other Gateway programs is taken at the Anna Emery Hanson Center located at 59th and Garfield Streets.

For Families who wish to participate in more integrated programming through their local park and recreation departments, Ray Graham Staff are available to help act as a resource. This service is offered free to residents of Gateway SRA member communites. For more information please visit the Ray Graham Association for People with Disabilities website.


You may contact the Village of Hinsdale Park and Recreation Department at 630-789-7090 or via e-mail. The Park and Recreation Department is located at the Village Hall, 19 East Chicago Avenue, Hinsdale, IL 60521.

Park and Recreation Department Office Hours
Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m. until Noon & 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.
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Updated: Thursday, April 17, 2014 13:39