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Tennis Returns to Winnetka!

In accordance with national, state, and local directives, and industry guidelines, we’ve developed a phase-in approach to tennis. Our number one priority is to provide a safe, cautious, and slow return to tennis. Here is the current four-phased overview to gradually return to tennis: Phase Restore Illinois Status Tennis Activities Permitted Date …

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Winnetka Resident and Former Board Member Named Park District Executive Director

The Winnetka Park District Board of Commissioners appointed resident and former vice president of the park board, John Peterson, as the new executive director of the park district at the April 23 board meeting. Peterson’s appointment is effective May 1. He replaces John Muno who served as executive director since …

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Programs Canceled, Facilities Closed to Public Until Further Notice

Starting tomorrow (Friday, March 13), all scheduled Winnetka Park District programs will be canceled and facilities will be closed to the public until further notice. The health and safety of our patrons is our number one priority and this decision was made to help support the CDC’s recommendation of social distancing. …

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Winnetka Park District Monitoring Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Winnetka Park District is carefully monitoring developments of COVID-19 (coronavirus). While the current risk to Illinois residents remains low, we’re taking steps to prepare and are working closely with the Village of Winnetka, the library, and school districts in planning, response and communication. What you can do Wash hands …

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Beach Conditions + Closures this Summer

Due to record high lake levels and several severe winter storms, our beaches have sustained unprecedented damage in recent months. Below is a look into the current conditions of our beaches and what that means for the 2020 beach season. These plans may change pending future lakefront conditions. Lloyd Beach …

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