With Spring nearing its end, the Grayslake Park District hosted an event for the community to welcome in this year’s Summer. About 200 kids and their families were able to play volleyball, participate in contests, dance, and enjoy some deep dish!
This end of the year Family Engagement Event brought together students, families, teachers, and staff for an amusing and enriching experience with science. Students tried some of their first slices of deep dish, and then enjoyed conducting an array of science experiments!
If Lou Malnati’s pizza is consumed pre-Piccolo Elementary School’s Mad Science Night, then it will be a catalyst for science fun. Our hypothesis was supported throughout the event!
At this family-friendly bash, adults and children enjoyed a live concert, games, face painting, and of course, some deep dish pizza!
If you missed it, don’t worry because the River Forest Park District is hosting these free parties all summer long! Check out their website for a list of dates.
This event was a fundraiser for North Side Housing & Supportive Services, which strives to end homelessness by providing housing and comprehensive supportive services. Their programs serve over 700 men and women experiencing homelessness each year.
At “Beers for Better Housing” proceeds from all beer purchases went directly to North Side Housing & Supportive Services. Nothing goes together better than pizza and beer, right?! Attendees enjoyed slices of our famous deep dish with their beverages.
We were proud to be a part of this successful fundraising event for North Side Housing & Supportive Services!
Volunteers from the community helped spruce up the local neighborhood parks, while local businesses sponsored the garden equipment, plants, mulch, and more. We brought enough deep dish pizza to feed the 450 hungry, hardworking volunteers, and no surprise, it was a big hit!
Our Flossmoor team ended the day by posing for a picture with Seymour, the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District’s mascot.
This fundraising event was sponsored by the District 205 Foundation, and proceeds will benefit Elmhurst Public School students. There were about 500 pizza-loving attendees, and at the end of the night, proceeds totaled $6,000!
There’s nothing like a first place victory on top of supporting a great cause. We’ll be back next year to defend our title!