Play at Safety Park for Spring Into Fun

By Schaumburg Park District

Enjoy this fun, informative event from 1-2 p.m., April 27 at Safety Park.

Spring Into Fun helps families celebrate National Playground Safety Week by encouraging them to play together at the park.

Do you know what to look for to make sure the playground your children plays at is safe? Staff will teach parents what to look for and other outdoor safety tips.

Children will engage in group activities and playground play.

Party like a Sports Star at the Sport Center

By Schaumburg Park District

Host your next special occasion at the Sport Center. IMG_0159

Parties include one hour of sports and games or gymnastics, one hour in the party room and a party host to help with set-up, clean-up, activities and serving food. Food, drinks and invitations are included.

The Sport Center features four basketball courts, six volleyball courts, two soccer fields (which convert to one softball/baseball field), full apparatus gymnastic center, batting tunnels, team rooms, spectator areas, party and meeting areas and a concession area.

For additional information or to book your party, call (847) 891-1266 or visit

Get a strike in Kids First Bowling

By Schaumburg Park District

Sign up your kids for Kids First Bowling with the Schaumburg Park District.

Experienced coaches challenge bowlers through competitive and fun drills that develop skills and raise scores. Bowlers will learn body balance, follow through, ball locations, spins, lane symbols, ball speeds, scoring, practice tips, safety awareness and sportsmanship.

Bowling classes are at Strike Ten Lanes, 800 E. Nerge Road, Roselle.

Class is for ages 6-14 and meets Monday through Friday.

For more information, call (847) 490-7015 or visit

Teach kids balance and coordination in Kids First Balloon Ball

By Schaumburg Park District

Catch on!

Balloon ball is played like soccer with kids being allowed to pick up the ball and run with it, or throw it, or kick it in one of the two goals for a score.

The action is a bit faster, with few rules than soccer so kids are not being corrected as much in this new fast pace game. Kids will be taught coordination and balance along with the importance of exercise that their bodies need.

Kids just love this new game that was created by Kids First.

For more information, call (847) 985-2143 or visit

Wiggle, Sing and Learn through Zumbini

By Schaumburg Park District

Designed to let parents and children up to age 3 wiggle, sing and learn together, the Zumbini program is where the science of child development meets the magic of ZUMBA for the ultimate bonding experience!

Each session parents will get a brand new Zumbini Bundle containing a songbook and two copies of the class music CD.

Parent must attend class with child.

Swing for the Fences in Skyhawks T-Ball League

By Schaumburg Park District

Skyhawks T-Ball is designed for young athletes to discover the excitement of competition while learning the basics of baseball. Little Slugger T-Ball

The first week of the program will consist of two training sessions to introduce the participants to the program. During this time, the coaching staff will be evaluating participants so teams may be created equally. The participants will be separated into teams for the first team practice and given a Skyhawks T-shirt to use as their uniforms. Participants are encouraged to decorate the shirts with their name, team and favorite number.

3-4 year old league runs from 5:15-6:15 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays from June 6 to July 10.
5-6 year old league runs from 6:30-7:30 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays from June 6 to July 10.

For more information, call (847) 891-1266 or visit

Learn Gymnastics with the Schaumburg Park District

By Schaumburg Park District

The gymnastics center at the Sport Center is home to instructional classes and camps for b oys and girls ages 2 to 16. It is also home to a competitive team program and has instructors available for private lessons.IMG_9998

Class offerings include:

  • Parent/Tot – Designed for parents with their 2-3-year-old child. Parents are required to participate in every class.
  • Tot – Children are taught age appropriate gymnastics movements and concepts. Children must be potty-trained.
  • Jr. Gymnastics – Children are taught basic gymnastics skills and gym safety rules.
  • Girls/Boys Beginner – Beginners learn basic gymnastics skills while moving around the gym in a safe and appropriate manner.
  • Girls/Boys Intermediate – Designed for the gymnast who has mastered basic skills at each event and is ready to learn more difficult skills while working on connecting sequences.
  • Girls/Boys Advanced – Continues training for those who do not want to join a team or work on routines.
  • Tumble/Cheer – Incorporates balance work, jumps and heavy concentration on tumbling.
  • Hot Tots = Designed for the child who shows an exceptional level of intensity and has mastered basic skills at an early age.

For more information, call (847) 891-1266 or visit

Play at Olympic Park this Spring

By Schaumburg Park District

Looking for a place to play this spring?DSCF3088

Olympic Park has eight artificial turf soccer fields, two natural-grass soccer fields, five softball fields, 14,000-square foot skate plaza and two basketball courts. Opened in 1995, the park has hosted thousands of soccer and softball games.

Additionally, there is a playground, garden plots and a walking path. The fields are available for rent night or day, rain or shine!

For more information or to book your reservation, call (847) 891-1266 or visit

Sign up for Summer Camps with the Schaumburg Park District

By Schaumburg Park District

Stay healthy and active this summer in our summer camps.IMG_1926

There are many options to stay healthy this summer including baseball, basketball, flag football, soccer, dodgeball, lacrosse and volleyball camps.

Many of these camps are several weeks and build your skills as well as provide you a healthier more active lifestyle. Join your friends or make new ones at these exciting camps this summer.

For more information on camps visit

Meet New Friends at Home School Gym & Turf

By Schaumburg Park District

Stay active, have fun and meet new friends during an open gym designed for home school children.IMG_5202

Gym and field sports equipment will be available to create your own fun, shoot baskets, play catch, soccer and volleyball.

This is not instructor-led, it is a parent-supervised program. Registration or daily fee and gym shoes are required.