It is our mission to enrich the quality of life of Park District residents
through excellence in programs, parks, facilities and services.
October 2020
Check out what programs Park District Staff is recommending.
Don't delay - register today!

Learn what the current evidence-based risk factors are for developing dementia, how to reduce your risk and ways to implement a plan into your lifestyle.

Recommended by:
Lynne Yuill
Adult Activity Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
Do you know someone in your family with dementia? Are you seeing signs from a loved one that lead you to believe they may be experiencing a deficit in their cognitive ability? This program is a must for anyone looking for more information about dementia. Dr. Jennifer Stelter is a certified dementia practitioner who will provide practical education and support to help enrich the lives of those living with dementia as well as those caring for them. 
Tu, October 6   |  Th, October 8
Tu, November 3  |  Th, November 5
Grades K-5

Get outside for the fresh air, the joy of exploration and the need to move. Spend the afternoon on the trails as nature provides the entertainment. Enjoy hikes, games and crafts as camps head into the fall. Tuesday and Thursday sessions are the same theme and activities.

Recommended by:
Laura McCoy
Nature Education Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
We all need a break and nature provides the perfect balance of afterschool activity and relaxation for your child.
F, October 9   |  Grades 3-5
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Battle it out with NERF! Compete in games including Capture the Flag, Team Elimination and Free-for-All Combat. Bring your own NERF guns and protective gear, foam bullets and face shield. Label your belongings.

Recommended by:
Alex Weidner
Youth Programs & Aquatics
Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
love this event because the kids really get into it. We switch up the activities and games each time to keep everyone on their toes. It gets kids moving, talking and practicing their aim!

M, October 12  |  Ages 3-8

This is a Halloween celebration for siblings to attend together. We'll read stories, make crafts and play games. It's sure to be a ghostly good time!

Recommended by:
Kara Guizzetti-Reif
Early Childhood, Preschool and Day Camp Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
I think it's a great program because so many kiddos have been able to enjoy classes with Ms. Joelle when they're little, but once they head off to elementary school, they're too old for our daytime programming. In this class, siblings ages 3-8 can come back to visit and play together!

Th, October 15   |  Ages 16+

Pinot's Palette of St. Charles artistic staff will lead this virtual pumpkin decorating class and teach you a variety of techniques for making a masterpiece. All supplies and pumpkin provided.

Recommended by:
Taylor Krawczyk
Baker Station, Special Events & Teen Camp Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
It's a perfect program for a girls night in or just to have a little 'me time' in the comfort of your own home! All supplies are included and Pinot's Palette staff is going to walk participants through every step! It's a perfect time to create some fall d├ęcor to have with the changing season.
Th, October 15   |   Ages 18+
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Enjoy a fun-filled night of everything pickleball! Our social event will include open play and a friendly atmosphere. All skill levels are welcome.

Recommended by:
Sabrina Hunley
Haines Gym and Mini-Golf Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
This open-gym social night gives the local pickleball players a night-time opportunity to play pickleball in a fun atmosphere. Light refreshments and snacks will be available for people to take a break in between enjoying friendly competition.

As the sun sets on a cool autumn day, enjoy an exclusive opportunity to walk through one of St. Charles' oldest cemeteries after dark. At each gravesite, guests will "encounter" a community figure and listen as they tell in short monologues about their lives, their joys, their sorrows and their loves. . In cooperation with the St. Charles History Museum.

Recommended by:
Lara Piner
Pottawatomie Community
Center Supervisor

Why I chose this program: 
This event is so fun and engaging. Exploring a cemetery on an October night is a perfect way to put you in the spooky mood!
St. Charles Park District
Main Phone: 630-513-6200  |  Park Safety: 630-513-4343  |  stcparks.org
BCC - Baker Community Center, 101 S. 2nd Street | 630-584-1055 
PCC - Pottawatomie Community Center, 8 North Avenue | 630-513-6200  
PGC - Pottawatomie Golf Course, 845 N. Second Avenue  |  630-584-8356 
HKDC - Hickory Knolls Discovery Center, 3795 Campton Hills Road | 630-513-4399 
STCU - STC Underground Teen Center, 101 S. 2nd Street | 630-513-4380
NRC - Norris Recreation Center, 1050 Dunham Road | 630-377-1405
Primrose Farm, 5N726 Crane Road | 630-513-4370
SPORT - Sportsplex, 1400 Foundry Street | 630-513-4388
HAIN - Haines Gymnasium, 305 S. 9th Street  |  630-513-4329 

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