708-547-3900 mempark@msn.com

Special Interests

Giant Outdoor Community Yard Sale!

Looking for a bargain? Want to make some cash? The Park District will advertise the sale through electronic sign, flyers, and day of signage.

Includes an 8’ table & 10’ x 10’ space.

For more information 708-547-3900 x4


Eisenhower Center, Fields


Sat., 10am – 3pm

Setup starts at 9am

Date May 28, 2022
Min/Max 20/40
Fee $15 per space, $5 for additional table

No Rain Date – This is an outdoor event!

Practice social distancing


Memorial Park District sponsors two Senior Clubs. The clubs are now accepting members.

For more information, call: 708-547-3900 Lorrie x3007


Eisenhower Center, Room A

Sharp Center


Eisenhower: Tuesdays, 11am – 2pm

Sharp: 1st/3rd Tuesdays, 11am – 2pm

Age 55+
Fee $25

Outdoor Fall Fun Fest

The outdoor lights will be turned on so we can play outdoor family games. We will then have weiners cooked on the grill and roast marshmallows around the
campfire. The Park District will provide the hot dogs and marshmallows. Bring your lawn chairs.

Location Eisenhower Softball Field
Date September 24, 2021
Day/Time Friday 7 -9 pm
Cost Free!

To Register: Call the Park District and leave your name and the number of people attending.

Memorial Park Adult Dinner Club


Wine and dine and leave the driving to us!

Meet up with friends and enjoy diverse delicacies from around the world! We’ll drive you there, you just pay for your own food. Average entrée in the $15 – $30 range, not including tax, tip, appetizers, drinks or desserts. Treat yourself to an unforgettable dining experience! Register early, limited space available. We will meet at Memorial Park’s Eisenhower Center at 11:45 am.

$5 fee is for transportation only. Come join us!

Saturday, January 25

Celebrate Chinese New Year as we dine at Red Dragon Chinese Restaurant in Elmhurst. 

Wednesday, February 12

Join us as we celebrate Black History Month and dine at Versatile, a soul food restaurant in Maywood. 

Tuesday, March 3

Celebrate Casimir Pulaski Day and dine at Sawa’s Old Warsaw. They offer an amazing buffet of traditional Polish and American food.

Thursday, April 16

There are several Christian, Jewish and Muslim holidays during April. Celebrate them all as you dine on food from the middle east. We will be feasting at Rezza’s in Oakbrook. 

Tuesday, May 5

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Mexican food at Casa Margarita. Enjoy the casual festive atmosphere. 

Saturday, June 13

Wear your red, white and blue and have an early Flag Day feast, as you dine on traditional American food at McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood and Steaks. 

Tuesday, July 14

They stormed the Bastille on July 14, 1789 and the French Revolution began. Celebrate Bastille Day dining on some fabulous French food at Mon Ami Gabi’s in Oakbrook. 

Tuesday, August 11

There are several Hindu holidays in August, so we will dine on some wonderful Indian food at Khyber Pass in Oak Park. 

Location Eisenhower Center
Time 11:45 AM
Date January 25 – August 11
Fee $5 (transportation)

Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt

A unique twist on the traditional EASTER EGG HUNT!

Pre teens are invited to bring a flashlight and a basket for an evening of hunting for Easter Eggs in the dark. There is a treat in every egg. Be the lucky one who finds the Golden Egg and you’ll win the Grand Prize! Bring a friend and join the excitement!

Event is free to park residents.

Ages 8 & under

Saturday, April 16

10 AM


Sharp Park
1609 36th St
Melrose Park

Stevenson Park
Baseball Field
3101 Washington

Easter Egg Scramble

The Easter Bunny will toss out candy and prize-filled eggs early in the morning for little boys and girls.

  • Each hunt will be divided into age groups.
  • Easter bags are provided.
  • Check your eggs on site to receive special prizes
  • Event is FREE to park residents ONLY!

Ages 8 and under

Sat., Apr. 11, 10 AM

  1. Sharp Park 1609 36th St. Melrose Park
  2. Stevenson Park Baseball Field 3101 Washington Bellwood


MPD Open House Adult Fitness

Ready to tackle a new healthy lifestyle?

Join us for a chance to explore a variety of 20 minute mini classes to help you get a jump on the upcoming holiday season.

Attendees can watch or join in. Refreshments will be served to participants. Register for any above class at Open House and receive a $5 Discount. Raffle prizes!


Old School Workout

6:20pm – 6:40pm Gymnasium 
Zumba Fitness 6:45pm – 7:05pm Gymnasium 
Jambalaya Workshop 7:10pm – 7:30pm Gymnasium 
YoTie 7:35pm – 7:55pm


Line Dance Infusion 7:40pm – 8:00pm Gymnasium

Ages Adults 17 & Up
Instructor All Fitness Staff
Location Eisenhower Community Center
Day/Time Monday, 6:20 – 8 PM
Date February 3, 2020
Min/Max Open House
Fee Free!

Holiday Shopping – Fashion Outlets of Chicago


Day/Time Wednesday 10am – 2:30 pm
Date Dec. 8, 2021
Location Rosemont, IL
Trip Time 4 and 1/2 hours
Min/Max 5/12
Fee $10 per person, fee for transportation ONLY


Scarecrows on Parade Display


Design and build a scarecrow display this fall on the grounds of the Memorial Park District’s Eisenhower Community Center. A sign with your name will be displayed near your sponsored scarecrow. Scarecrows will be on display from October 1st through November 31st.

You supply the scarecrow and our Memorial Park District Building and Grounds Crew will mount your scarecrow on a T-Frame provided by the Park District.

Submit the entry form from the brochure along with a $15.00 entry fee at any Memorial Park District Location.

Memorial Park District Halloween Drive Thru

Bring your child by car and your little goblins will receive a treat bag! For children in costume up to 9 years of age.

Memorial Park District Residents Only.

Location: 105 Washington Blvd., Bellwood, Illinois

10th Annual Tree Lighting Festival

Come make outdoor tree ornaments and bring your camera to take a photo with Santa!

Location Eisenhower Center, Gym
Date Wednesday, December 1 2021
Time 6-8 pm

Donate to our local food pantry. Bring one canned food item per child.

To register, call the Park District and leave your name and the number of people attending.



Never heard of pickleball? Well, you’re probably not alone. But know that you’re missing out on one the fastest growing sports in the U.S. The game is played on a court about 1/3 the size of a tennis court using a modified style net, paddles and whiffle ball. It contains elements of tennis, racquetball, badminton and ping pong, which is one of the reasons it’s so popular. As well as being easy to learn, the sport can be played at almost any age, so even seniors can get the benefit of regular exercise.

Loaner paddles available upon request.

Location Sharp Center, Gym
Day/Time Thurs 6 – 7:30 pm
Friday 9 – 11 am
Min/Max 4/12
Drop-in Fee $3