WINTER & SPRING Programs for Youth and Adults

2018 Program Guide

UPDATE:  The next Family Book Club Event is now available for registration.  The book to read and enjoy is “The Magic Misfits” by Neil Patrick Harris.  The event is Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 6:15 PM.  See details in the program listings.

Yes, winter is here- and getting out doors is a bit more challenging.  To keep your children active, both mentally and physically, enroll them in some of the fun and educational programs available through the Long Grove Park District.

Check out our list of activities and programs for children, teens and adults.  Opportunities include short and long term programs.  Many have flexibility in scheduling to meet your needs and family vacation schedule.

All of the programs are open to individuals from any area town.  Fees are the same for Long Grove residents and non-residents.

The goal of each of the offerings is to combine self-improvement and fun – a winning mix you and your children will enjoy and learn from.  These programs will keep participants engaged and active throughout the winter and into spring.

Youth Hockey Drill

Activities include Ice Skating, Hockey, Tennis, Fencing, Yoga and educational programs including Safe Sitter Babysitting, Chess, and Family Book Club.

New programs include Tot Rock and Kid Rock.  Engineering for Kids debuted in the Fall and was a sell out.  It is back with new projects so sign up early to avoid being closed out.

Registration information is included in the program guide.

Chessboard with player's hand


An important note: Each of the programs requires a specific minimum number of registrants in order to be offered.  Registration for each program closes 3 days prior to the start of the program.  Programs will be cancelled unless an adequate number of registrations have been received 3 days prior to the starting date.

To view the entire schedule and to register, please click on the link below.