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Happy Thanksgiving from the Lake Bluff Park District! 
On behalf of the Board of Commissioners and staff of the Lake Bluff Park District, we would like to express how sincerely thankful and fortunate we are for your participation in our programs, facilities, parks and events. The fact that we have experienced overwhelming participation demonstrates your commitment to our Park District. Thank you.

Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on the things for which we are grateful. At the Lake Bluff Park District, we are grateful for you. 

Our warmest wishes for a happy, healthy Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving Holiday Hours
The Health & Fitness Center Hours :
Open Thanksgiving Day  Thursday, November 24: 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Normal hours will resume on Friday, November 25, 5:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

The Park District Administrative Offices:
Closed Thursday, November 24
Closed  Friday, November 25
Normal hours will resume on Saturday, November 26. 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Thanksgiving Day Power Yoga - 9:00 a.m.
Get your mind and body in the right setting for Thanksgiving Day. Join us for a Power Yoga flow to focus on being present and giving thanks. 

All levels welcome!

Fitness Center members (who do not have a Group Fitness membership) are welcome to attend. Daily fees apply for any non-member!
Park District receives $400,000 OSLAD Grant!
In 2015, the Park District was approved for a matching grant, $400,000, from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources specifically for the Lake Bluff Pool (Wading Pool, Main Pool, Locker Rooms and ADA Compliance). The Open Space Land Acquisition Development Grant (OSLAD) is a Grant program established by the Illinois General Assembly in 1986 as a result of legislative advocacy efforts to provide financial assistance to local government agencies for the acquisition and development of land for public parks and open space. OSLAD is funded by non-General Revenue Fund (non-GRF) dollars dedicated through a portion of the real estate transfer tax. Of every dollar collected through the real estate transfer tax, 50 cents goes for OSLAD and the Natural Areas Acquisition Fund (NAAF) and 50 cents goes into a fund for affordable housing.

Recently, Governor Rauner and Illinois Department of Natural Resources released the funds to those agencies who were approved in 2015. On behalf of the Board of Commissioners and staff of the Lake Bluff Park District, I would like thank Governor Rauner and Illinois Department of Natural Resources for releasing the funds and our local legislators for their support. State Senator Julie Morrison and State Representative Scott Drury were instrumental with providing support for our Park District during the application and funding process. The Park District is truly thankful for this grant to improve a valued facility in our community.  


Ron Salski
Executive Director
Phone: 847-234-4150 | Fax: 847-234-7275 | Email: info@lakebluffparkdistrict.org