D203 first day | Park district hours | Adult Day Services

D203 first day | Park district hours | Adult Day Services
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First day for D203

It’s the first day of school for students at Naperville School District 203. Students return to the classroom today at the 22 different schools across the district for another year of friendship and learning.

Indian Prairie School District 204 students are back to school on Thursday, August 24.

Naperville Park District back-to-school hours

The Naperville Park District has released its back-to-school hours for Centennial Beach, Paddleboat Quarry, Splash Pads, and Carillon Tours.

Centennial Beach is starting its late-season schedule on Aug. 17 and will stay open until Sept. 4. The Paddleboat Quarry will close on Aug. 24, but they’ll operate through September as weather and staffing permits.

Naperville’s splash pads at 95th Street Community Plaza and Wolf’s Crossing Community Park will operate through September when the temperature is 70 degrees or higher.

Moser Tower and Millennium Carillon tours will stay open with their summer hours until Aug. 25. Tours will be offered on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the fall if staffing permits.

Naperville’s Riverwalk Adult Day Services celebrates 40th Anniversary

This year, Riverwalk Adult Day Services crossed the four-decade mark operating in Naperville. Learn more about the non-profit organization’s milestone and their history.

Party on the Parkway

Naperville residents can stroll through downtown and enjoy culinary delights from many of its restaurants during Party on the Parkway, which will be held on Thursday, Sept. 7, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The event will benefit Bridge Communities, a nonprofit that helps 100+ DuPage families that face homelessness. The party begins on the corner of Main Street and Jefferson Avenue at Filson Men’s Clothier, and participants will head east to Washington Street.

Local restaurants have created special menus for residents to enjoy along the way. Partygoers can stop at participating businesses that have balloons outside their doors.

A silent auction will be held and all proceeds will benefit Bridge Communities. More information is available on the Party on the Parkway Facebook page.

City boards and commissions information session on Aug. 23

The City of Naperville and the League of Women Voters will hold “An Introduction to City Boards and Commissions” on Wednesday, Aug. 23 at 7 p.m. in meeting rooms A & B of the Naperville Municipal Center, located at 400 S. Eagle Street.

The hour-long presentation will explain the new Boards and Commissions Guide, as attendees will learn about the application process for positions with the city. It will include a presentation from Mayor Scott Wehrli and a Q&A session. The informational session is free and open to the public.

For more information on the presentation, visit the city’s website.