Lake Forest Parks & Recreation Brochures Summer & Camp 2019 - Page 78

Partners CROYA ABOUT US CROYA (Committee Representing Our Young Adults) is a safe, fun, and supportive youth organization open to all 7th - 12th graders in Lake Forest, Lake Bluff, and Knollwood. All meetings and programs are free. There are additional fees for special events and field trips. Sign up for our monthly E-Newsletter by sending an email to croya@cityoflakeforest.com. Visit www.croya.com or call 847.810.3980 for more information! STUDENT UNION • Summer drop-in hours (Jun 17 - Aug 9): Monday - Friday • 10:00 am - 3:00 pm • Summer youth meetings: Jun 19, Jun 26, Jul 10, & Jul 24 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm • • • • • Special events on weekend evenings Music lessons Recording studio Dance/wellness studio Party rentals, and more. PARTNERSHIPS Professional youth and family counseling services are available through partnerships with Family Service of Lake County and Chicago Integrative Center for Psychology. Please contact Todd Nahigian, Program Manager, at 847.810.3982 for more information. ACTIVATOR MUSIC ACADEMY ACTIVATOR MUSIC ACADEMY is located in the lower level of CROYA and offers a variety of music programs for youth of all ages. Contact Nick Cvijovic, Program Director, at activatoracademy@gmail.com or 847.810.3988 for more information. CROYA DATES TO REMEMBER Please visit www.croya.com for up to date information • HIGH SCHOOL WORK TRIP Mon, Jun 10 - Sat, Jun 15 • FLOAT BUILDING FOR LAKE BLUFF 4TH OF JULY PARADE: Jun 17 - Jul 3 • Parade on Jul 4 • MIDDLE SCHOOL WORK STAY: Thu, Jun 27 - Fri, Jun 28 • KIWANAS BREAKFAST SET-UP: Wed, Jul 3 • FLOAT BUILDING FOR LAKE FOREST DAY PARADE: Jul 22 - Aug 6 • Parade on Aug 7 • LAKE FOREST DAY BAND JAM: Tue, Aug 6 • CUBS GAME: Evening Trip - TBA Dickinson Hall ABOUT US We offer an extensive variety of programs, classes, special interest groups, parties and trips that are designed to provide enrichment and fun social experiences. Social services are available to help older adults maintain their independence and remain in their own homes, including local transportation options, Medicare guidance, a medical lending closet and a variety of support services. Visit www.DickinsonHall.com for more! PARTNERSHIPS The Senior Resources Commission serves as an advisory board regarding recommendations for the coordination and planning for senior residents in order to preserve their dignity, independence and quality of life. The SRC meets the second Thursday in January, March, May, July, September and November at 1:00 pm at Dickinson Hall. All are welcome to attend. LOCATION: 100 East Old Mill Rd Lake Forest, IL 60045 P: 847.234.2209 W: www.dickinsonhall.com E: dhall@cityoflakeforest.com HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 4:00 pm Sat - Sun CLOSED (Except for Special Events) CONTACTS: Jill Becker, Senior Resources Manager Phone: 847.810.4679 Email: beckerj@cityoflakeforest.com COMMUNITY RESOURCES Tricia Schwall, Program Manager Phone: 847.810.4676 Email: schwallp@cityoflakeforest.com Rentals: Beautiful Dickinson Hall is available for occasional evening and weekend rentals. Call 847.810.4679 for more details. Tara Purtell, Administrative Assistant/ Transportation Coordinator Phone: 847.810.4677 Email: purtellt@cityoflakeforest.com Medical Lending Closet: Short term loans are available to all Lake Forest and Lake Bluff residents. Call 847.234.2209 for availability or for an appointment. 60 GENERAL INFORMATION www. LF Pa rksa n d Re c .c om