Beginning, Monday, August 14th, the Washington Square tennis courts will be closed for rehabilitation work. The scope of work will include the grinding and removal of the existing 2 tennis courts and, the resurfacing of 2 new tennis courts, and new black fencing. As part of the proj
The River Forest Park District staff is currently re-grading the Keystone Sled Hill to improve the the sledding experience for our residents next winter. As part of the project, the back of the sled hill and the railroad embankment between Keystone Avenue and The Depot will be conver
Introduction to Craft Beer Tasting Ages: 21 & up Are you interested in craft beer but would like to learn more about it? Join Jeff Filo of Oak Park Homebrewers for this great introduction to craft beer. During this informative and eye-opening experience, you will be taken on a
The River Forest Park District (the “Park District”) is accepting sealed bids for the Washington Commons Tennis Court Rehabilitation Project, which includes the removal and replacement of 2 tennis courts and fencing. Bid Documents may be obtained electronically beginning June 7, 2017
Beginning Hatha Vinyasa Yoga Ages: 13 & up Traditional asanas (poses), breathing, and mindfulness are woven together with instruction on the core engagement and good posture. Vinyasa, or poses that flow from one to the next, will be taught and practiced. This class is great for bo
The Celebrating Seniors Platform Tennis Social that was rained out has been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 30, 5:00pm – 6:30pm at the Keystone Park Platform Tennis Courts.
For the second year, the River Forest Park District (RFPD) will manage its fields and grounds free of environmental and health concerns for children, pets, and wildlife by not applying lawn pesticides. Click here to read more.
The 2017-2018 River Forest Budget and Appropriation Ordinance is available for public review. Click here to view the Budget and Appropriation Ordinance. The ordinance will also be available to view at The Depot, 401 Thatcher Avenue, River Forest, weekdays, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. The Ri
River Forest Park District Athletic Supervisor, Aly Copus, was recently certified as a Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) by the National Certification Board (NCB) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). Ms. Copus joins other Park District staff Michae