When Does Registration Begin?

Registration for all 2024 summer events and programs begins Monday, April 15th at 9:00am for residents, and Monday, April 22nd at 9:00am for non-residents.

How Do I Register?

The Wildwood Park District offers multiple ways to register, including online, email, fax, mail, and in-person. Registering online is always fastest. For more details on registering, or to register once registration opens, please visit:

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How Quickly Do Spots Fill?

Fast! Summer is our busiest season for events and programs, so spots tend to fill quickly, especially for resident favorites like swim lessons, summer camp, and adult yoga. We recommend viewing our website and 2024 Summer Brochure (hard copy coming beginning of April and digital brochure available March 25) prior to open registration and having all your favorite events and programs picked out ahead of time so you can enroll as soon as registration opens.

 


Flower Pot Decorating Class

In anticipation of Mother’s Day and/or a special some- one in your life, the Wildwood Park District will be host- ing a flower pot decorating event! Bring out your inner artist and design a beautiful flower pot with your friends and neighbors! All supplies are included: pots, decorat- ing materials, and more! Activities for this program are geared for children aged 3-12. Parent or Guardian must be present.

 

Please pre-register by Friday, April 19th.

 

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Location Rule House, Oak Room Date Friday 4/26
Time 5:30 – 6:30pm Age 3-12 years
Min/Max 5/20 Instructor Park District Staff/Volunteer
Fee $10 per child Class ID:

2417.01.07


Kids Culinary Class

The Wildwood Park District and Grandwood Park Park District are partnering together to offer children ages 7-12 years a six-week culinary class to help kids gain knowledge and important skills in the kitchen! Your little chef in training will make an exciting new recipe each week, exploring the best of both worlds as we incorporate cooking and baking recipes. Kids will learn practical life skills such as measuring, knife skills and safety, how to set the table, food literacy, independence, and confidence in this fun and delicious class! Make sure kids come hungry as they’ll be enjoying their creations when done! The class will be taught by Christina Marquez, owner of Twisted Sifter’s Baked Goods. *Food Allergy Disclaimer: this class is not food allergy friendly.

 

Please pre-register by Friday, May 31st. *No class on 7/4*.

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Week 1: Mini Frittatas and Fruit Salad- these frittatas are packed with veggies, cheese, and fluffy eggs, and paired perfectly with a healthy fruit salad.

Week 2: Sliders and Pasta Salad- children will make the perfect kid-sized ham and swiss slid- ers with a delicious Italian rotini pasta salad side dish!

Week 3: Bean and Cheese Tostadas- Mexican night! Kids will load their tortillas with yummy taco toppings and then bake until crispy and warm.

Week 4: Lunch Kebabs and Fruit Kebabs- kid-friendly lunch kebabs are filled with savory meats, cheese, and fresh veggies, with healthy fruit kebabs as a side.

Week 5: Cupcakes- measure, mix, bake, and decorate! Kids will also learn the basics of piping frosting!

Week 6: Pasta and Homemade Garlic Bread- for the final class, students can invite up to two guests who they will showcase their new cooking skills for! Kids will cook, set the table, serve, and share this special meal with their guests.

Location Grandwood Park Park District Day/Dates Thursdays from 6/6 – 7/18
Time 6:00 – 7:30pm Age 7-12 years
Min/Max 8/12 Instructor Christina Marquez, Owner of Twisted Sifter’s Baked Goods
Fee

$135R/$150NR

Class ID:

2422.30.01


Cub and Boy Scouts

If you are interested in becoming a Cub Scout or a Boy Scout visit the websites below!

Pack 671: https://www.cubscoutpack671.com/

Troop 671: https://www.troop671bsa.org/

Crew 671: https://www.crew671bsa.org/