2480 Bushwood Drive
Elgin, IL 60124
Phone: (847) 836-9500
Fax: (847) 836-9520
Performing Arts Center performed by children.
Established in 1892, this library provides a large selection of books, electronic books, audio-visual materials, and a genealogy collection.
The Civic Center Plaza is really where the heart of Elgin lies. The city hall is situated here, and all the important administrative offices of the city find a home here. The well-maintained plaza lies along the banks of the Fox River. Besides being the focal point of the city’s administrative services, the plaza also plays host to various events, like the Elgin Fine Arts Festival, Elgin’s City Skate, and the Puerto Rican Festival. Call for information on upcoming events and other details.
Award winning community theater.
The nations first snowboard slopes.
Drop in Painting - create your own work-of-art, offering a kids pottery club and specializing in kids birthday parties.
A turn of the century experience aboard a beautifully appointed paddleboat.
Explore 667 historic homes.
Gallery exhibits, a unique black box theater, and more.
One of the several parks in Lake in the Hills, the Sunset Park is an ideal place to take the entire family for a entertaining outing. Formerly known as the Concord Miller Park, this park comes equipped with facilities that ensure everyone finds something they want to do. There are tennis courts, a playground, baseball fields, basketball courts, a skate park, food stalls, as well as picnic pavilions. The park is also the venue for events like the Rockin’ Rib festival and the Summer Sunset Festival. See the website to know more.
Other than being a nice green space in town, Vasa Park is often the spot for local events, such as the Fearie Festival, Scandinavian Day and many others.
The Hoosier Grove Park lies a little away from the center of the village of Streamwood, on the Irving Park Road. Its area measuring 20 acres (8 hectares), this park is equipped with facilities like softball fields, soccer fields, a sand volleyball court, and a playground, and it is one of the premier recreational facilities in the village. This park is also home to the Hoosier Grove Barn, a heritage structure converted into a banquet facility, and the Hoosier Grove Museum, so a trip to this park can be quite engaging. Besides the range of on-site facilities, the park is also a venue for major community events, like the Pumpkinfest, Summer Celebration, and the annual Easter Egg Roll. Call for further information.