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Oak Brook Park District Family Aquatic Center
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Oak Brook Park District Fitness Center
3 days 5 hours ago

Family Recreation Center is CLOSED for facility work on Friday, August 24.
The Gyms, Studios, and Track will be closed August 25-27.
These facilities will open on August 28.

The Family Aquatic Center will remain closed until September 7.

Aquatic Members may use our substitute facilities, and Fitness members may use the Tennis Center facility.

2 weeks 3 days ago
Monday, August 20, 2018 - 5:30am to Friday, September 7, 2018 - 8:30pm

Oak Brook Aquatic Center Annual Maintenance  |  Pools Closed August 20-September 7

All aquatic facilities will have a thorough cleaning, with repairs done to floors, pool decking, underwater surfaces and play features. Additionally, we will perform annual safety inspections and maintenance work on all pumps, heaters and chemical distribution machinery in the pump rooms.

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8 hours 3 min ago

Fall Semester Classes begin September 11! Click here to get $10 off the Fall Semester of Music Together!

You and your child have the very exciting opportunity to learn and grow through musical play at the Oak Brook Park District! Join us for the next semester of Music Together® classes in September!

Basketball Tournament Benefits Oak Brook Universal Playground
5 days 3 hours ago

AUGUST 11 & 12, OAK BROOK, IL— Oak Brook Park District’s inaugural Build A Dream Basketball Skills Clinic and Tournament drew more than 300 local youth basketball players and raised more than $6,500 for the park district’s new Universal Playground.

1 week 3 days ago

The Inclusion Aide is responsible for assisting one or more individuals with a disability and requiring specialized intervention in order to participate in a variety of recreation programs. The ages and support level needed will vary depending on placement. This job requires a “hands on” approach with an assigned participant, while still working as a team with other staff. Inclusion aides reinforce the recreation teacher’s instruction and encourages peer interaction between people with and without disabilities.