The Rosemont Park District has a full slate of special events set for March and April, including one with the Easter bunny.
The Rosemont Public Safety Department held a party for retiring Lt. Sal Goodrich, pictured here, Friday, Jan. 20 at police headquarters.
Back from holiday break, Rosemont residents have access to several park district programs over the next two months as they browse for activities for themselves and children on days when schools are closed.
Rosemont’s Dunne Park Recreation Center gymnasium, which held a soft opening on Veterans Day Nov. 11, is open to residents from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 4 to 9 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday; and from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.
The smell of fresh pizza may not be rising from the new Moretti’s restaurant in Rosemont until this spring.
The number of events slated for Rosemont in January make it seem like spring is in the air.
Like a snowball rolling down a snow-covered hill, gaining mass, picking up momentum and building larger upon each roll is how one can describe the village of Rosemont.
From a New Year’s Eve bash to Christmas carolers, December in Rosemont is a busy time for residents and visitors alike.
Magic took center stage in Rosemont and Des Plaines last Saturday during the annual Operation North Pole aimed at bringing holiday joy to ill children and their families.
Rosemont’s Donald E. Stephens Convention Center has already booked 10 new events for its 2017 season.