Fall Guide 2020

2 | Dundee Township Park District • Fall 2020 • www.dtpd.org Events While these are trying times in our nation, the DundeeTownship Park District is committed to providing various opportunities for our community. It is important to seek positive experiences in themidst of all of this. Parks and recreational activities are essential for the well-being of everyone in our community! Whilewe are eager to fully openour facilities andprograms tonormal capacities, the health andwell-being of our community and staff is our utmost priority.We are committed to following the Governor’s phased plan and guidelines offered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO), and Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH). Although we cannot predict when we will enter subsequent phases of the Restore Illinois plan, we are proud to offer these programs and services in person during this Phase. A variety of fall programs and activities are being offeredwith social distancing inmind. As the phases of the Restore Illinois plan develop, our teamwill continue to provide updates and new opportunities for recreation. As you will see, DundeeTownship Park District continues to plan ahead for the next season. Due to the limited amount of facility and programming capacities and uncertainties we face, we have decided not to print brochures until we reach a future phase wheremore programming can be offered safely. I take this opportunity to thankmy team for working diligently tomake sure we provide themost up-to-date information during COVID-19 and also planning and implementing various programming during this time while keeping our parks updated. I would also like to thank each of you for your patience.We are in this together! All the best, Dave Peterson, CPRP Executive Director Our Executive Director A Message From Programs for Children and Adults with Special Needs NISRA (Northern Illinois Special Recreation Association) enriching the lives of people with disabilities throughmeaningful recreation experiences. NISRA’s programs focus on developing skills, friendships, exploring the community and having fun! For more information, call (815) 459-0737 or see NISRA’s brochure at www.nisra.org Join our email list by texting DTPD to 22828 STAY CONNECTED For the latest updates, please visit our website, social media outlets.