Lan Oak Park District
No matter the weather, the Lan-Oak Park District has many program offerings and other activities going on that we hope provides a positive outlet to our users and stakeholders in the community.
Now that 2013 is behind us, we must cherish our memories, experiences and accomplishments that were created. With 2014 we have blank pages to create new chapters of experiences and memories. So cheers for 2013, and may your 2014 be filled with joy and excitement.
“If you can dream it, you can do it. Always remember that this whole thing was started with a dream and a mouse.” – Walt Disney Co.
Another summer season is almost over. We all look forward to summer and the creation of new memories and to carry out summer traditions by participating in one-day excursions, outdoor band concerts, farmer’s market, festivals, family picnics and other leisure programs.
LANSING | Lan-Oak Park District held its first meeting Monday since voters rejected a referendum that would have permitted a property tax increase for the district.
On Tuesday, at least in Illinois, there could be new faces in many local government agencies, and definitely any referendum issues will have a conclusion.
When people shopping for a home look at a community, they want to know about the quality of life in a community. They look at the schools, the parks, the libraries and so forth.
LANSING | This house at 18310 Oakley Ave., Lansing, won for Best Over All Effect in Deck The House Contest 2012 that Lan Oak Park District recently held.
Just when you thought the election season is over, the local election season starts up, at least for us here in Illinois.
Just recently Kristi DeLaurentiis, director of planning and development for the village of Lansing, authored the column “Building Blocks for the Future” that appeared in The Times. I was one of the attendees at the Sustainable Communities Building Blocks workshop, hosted by Lansing, that she…
Each year the students in TF South High School's drama department take part in the "Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat" project. The event is sponsored by the International Thespian Society, and troupes from throughout the state will take part by trick-or-treating for nonperishable foods to be d…
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