Parks Passport Program Returns for Summer 2019
Your friends and neighbors
completing the Parks Passport
Get out and play this summer!
The Parks Passport program is back with 10 new missions, at new locations throughout Oak Park. Complete 5 or more missions and get a coupon for a FREE Concrete Mixer at Culvers. Complete all 10 and earn a chance to win a pool and rink pass!
With a focus on equity, all of our missions are free and accessible.
We made it our mission to make sure that everyone in our community can play in our parks. We created missions that people of all abilities can enjoy together. We have physical as well as mental challenges. Follow our game rules or make up your own. Some of our games involve equipment but many need only your imagination and participation.
Sharing is half the fun!
Complete your missions and share on social media using #pdopPassport. We want to see your creative creations and videos of you completing our challenge course. Tell us what you think of our challenges!
Pick up your Parks Passport at one of these locations:
Ridgeland Common Recreation Complex
Gymnastics and Recreation Center
All Oak Park Public Library locations
Download and print your own copy
You can also download the Parks Passport here. Once you have your passport, all you need is your sense of adventure to get started.
Redeem your Passport for prizes
Turn in your completed passport to the Customer Service locations at Ridgeland Common Recreation Complex, 415 Lake Street or the Gymnastics and Recreation Center, 21 Lake Street to claim your prizes. The last day to claim your prize is September 3.
Thanks to our sponsor Culvers for providing the sweet reward for completing the Parks Passport missions. Visit them at 6943 Roosevelt Road in Berwyn.
Our sponsor, Braces Boutique at 161 N Marion St.,Oak Park, can't wait to see your smiles as you complete the missions. Share yours using #pdopPassport on social media.
The Oak Park Public Library is a proud Parks Passport program partner. Passports are available at all Library locations. Be sure to pick one up when you sign up for the Library’s summer reading program. In fact, we created a special challenge that takes place inside the main library. Check it out!
District 97 is also a program partner of the Parks Passport program. We thank them for helping us advertise this fun, educational opportunity for kids and families.
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