Trinity High School will hold a 5K race on Sunday, September 30, 2012. The 5K Race will benefit Trinity High School's Health and Fitness Center housed in the Sister Michelle Germanson Athletic Facility.
The Oak Park Conservatory offers a variety of workshops and seminars during the fall including composting, houseplants for beginners, flower arranging and preparing a garden for winter. Visit www.oakparkparks.com for more information.
Property owners and managers, contractors, design professionals and the general public are invited to review and comment on proposed changes to building and property codes that likely will be considered by the Village Board prior to the end of the year.
For nearly 35 years, Charlie Meyerson has delivered news of the day to Chicago-area residents. This fall, he is sharing his experiences and craft as a reporter, writer, web producer, newscaster and news director with communication and journalism students at Roosevelt University.
The Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation invites nominations for our third annual Excellence in Philanthropy awards. These awards honor those who demonstrate significant philanthropic impact in Oak Park-River Forest.
The overnight parking ban will not be enforced on most Oak Park residential streets over the Labor Day weekend. Overnight restrictions will be lifted at 2:30 a.m., Sat., Sept. 1, and resume at 2:30 a.m., Wed., Sept. 5.
As you may recall, the Irving PTO nominated Mr. Frank DiPaolo last spring for the Illinois State Board of Education's "Those Who Excel Awards." Frank recently received word that he won an Award of Meritorious Service in the Educational Support Personnel Category of these awards.
River Forest's Dominican University has received the 2012 Community Change Maker award from PASO, a Spanish acronym which translates as the West Suburban Action Project, in recognition of the university's support for undocumented students.