Outdoor theater, Halloween events + 
(October 2, 2020) The Skokie Park District continues in Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois Plan. The following are reminders and updates for this week. 
On Stage! The Sounds of Hope
Devonshire Park / October 3, 4, 10 & 11   
An original outdoor variety show for our time, the Devonshire Playhouse directorial team worked with local actors to select music, dance and stories that will lift our community with messages of hope amidst this challenging time of social distancing, masks, social injustice and concern for the well-being of ourselves, our family and friends.
Halloween fun in October 
Every year the Skokie Park District rolls out several Halloween events for the whole family to enjoy during the month of October.

This year, we have upped our game and are now offering 18 unique Halloween-themed events, with strict COVID-19 guidelines in place for all activities.
To sponsor a Halloween event, call (773) 569-1208. 

Check out our new fall programs!

The park district's 100-page Fall Program Guide lives online and features nearly-daily updated classes and events! Look for additions to the guide since August 1 on the inside cover.
In addition, the district's new Fall 2.0 Guide is an online publication featuring new after-school activities, clubs and outdoor sports.
Summer Camp Survey
It's hard to believe that Summer Camp 2021 planning is underway! We want to hear what your needs are for camp next summer.
Please complete the survey below in just minutes, to help shape what the park district's 2021 camp offerings will be!

Reach your target market at our events 
The Skokie Park District has been part of the Skokie community for more than 90 years and dedicates itself to providing quality parks, recreational facilities, leisure services and social programs for families and people of all ages. Simply put, the district is one of Skokie's most trusted institutions.

More than 94 percent of area residents surveyed responded that the park district improves the quality of their families' lives. More than 50 percent of Skokie residents attend our special events or are enrolled in programs with registration fees. Our core areas of programming are athletics, fitness, cultural arts, historic, outdoor recreation, earth education and social life skills. 
By partnering with the Skokie Park District, you can reach this audience through our events, facilities, award-winning program guides, and advertising.
Contact Diane Hardy at (773) 569-1208 to discuss your options and join our satisfied team of corporate partners!
'Go! Skokie' scores!
Keep moving this fall and winter 
September's 'Go! Skokie' program was a grand success, with more than 280 people committing to improve their health by walking, running, spinning, and much more, for at least 30 minutes per day.
Thanks to all participants and look for a potential reboot of the program sometime in the near future.
Stay healthy. Move every day for 30 minutes! 
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