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Fishing Derby
Stop by Lake Becerra at heritage Park on Saturday, September 30th for the annual Fishing Derby! Grab your tackle box and your poles for a great day of fishing. The Village of Glendale Heights, Glendale Heights Police Department, and the Glenside Fire Protection District sponsor this event. Trophies will be awarded in the following age categories: 6 years and under, 7-10 years, and 11-15 years. For more information, please call the Sports Hub at 630.260.6060.

Family Health and Safety Fair
Mark your calendars! The Annual Family Health and Safety Fair is coming! This free community event is on Wednesday, October 4th from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Sports Hub. There will be free activities and stations for everyone. Featured exhibits include the teddy bear clinic, flu shots if you're 18 years and older, health screenings, child ID cards and more. For more information, contact Debbie at 630.260.6050.

Harvest Fest
Bring in the fall season at Harvest Fest! Enjoy a day of fun activities for the whole family. Activities include chili cook off, bags tournament, corn maze, pumpkin patch, face painting, hay rides, hot pepper eating contest, bake sale and more! Food and drink will also be available! For more information, please contact the Sports Hub at 630.260.6060.

Join the Center for Senior Citizens on a trip to Island Resort & Casino!
Open to those 21 years of age and better. October 9th - 11th, 2017. 3 days / 2 nights. $245 single, $179 double, or $174 triple. Full payment is due October 1, 2017. The Island Resort is located near Escanaba in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The hotel now features two towers of rooms with an indoor pool and sauna. Michigan allows Craps, Let it Ride, and table poker gaming along with slots and blackjack. For more information, call the Center for Senior Citizens at 630.260.6050.

New Redlight Cameras
In our effort to improve public and driver safety throughout the community, the Village of Glendale Heights, after careful consideration and detailed analysis, has started construction to install a new and cutting edge photo-enforcement program, more commonly known as a 'Red Light Camera' program. The camera systems will be located at the intersection of North Avenue and Glen Ellyn Road (eastbound and westbound). Implementation of this type of program will reduce possible fatalities and severe personal injury due to driver carelessness and/or reckless disregard for the law. Red Light Cameras are only a cost to those who break the law so please respect the rules of the road. Thank you for helping to keep our roadways safe by remembering to Choose Safety. Stop on Red.