DARE TO DREAM – DISNEY ON ICE
Celebrate what’s possible as the adventures of ﬁve daring Disney heroines spark the courage inside us all at Disney On Ice presents Dare To Dream! In her Disney On Ice debut, Moana will go when she embarks on an action-packed voyage with mighty demigod Maui in a quest to save her island, become a wayﬁnder, and ﬁnd her own identity. Anna’s devotion to her estranged sister Elsa sets her on a perilous journey to mend their bond, and stop an eternal winter.
Rapunzel breaks out of her tower and teams up with an unlikely companion, Flynn Rider, as she goes to great lengths to realize her dream. Armed only with courage, Belle befriends the enchanted castle staff and learns to look beyond the Beast’s rough exterior.
With help from her friends and a little magic, Cinderella is determined to make the wish in her heart come true. Hosted by Mickey and Minnie, discover why no dream is too big when we ﬁ nd the strength to shape our own destiny at Disney On Ice’s Dare To Dream!
Trip departs the Leisure Center at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 27th. The show begins at 3:00 pm at the Allstate Arena.
Register online at www.zionparkdistrict.com or in person at the Leisure Center by January 3, 2018.
Tickets are on sale now for $35 per person.
28th Annual Black History Celebration presented by the Zion Park District and the Zion-Benton Public Library
Bring the family and join the fun! Singing, dancing, guest speakers and poetry! Be a part of something great.
A celebration the entire family will enjoy. Lunch will be served after the program.
If you or your church choir would like to be a part of our program please contact: David B. Osborne, Sr. at 847-746-5919.
When: Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 11:00 am
Location: Zion-Benton Township High School (Horizon Campus) – South Cafeteria
WOMEN’S SAFETY SEMINAR
Zion Police Department and Zion Park District present this seminar which educates women on how to best avoid becoming a victim of a violent assault. Realistic tactics and techniques to escape such an assault are taught. Zion Police Department will present a powerful program to help you be aware, with practical hands-on self defense moves. All participants will receive a personal whistle. Pre-registration is required
When: Monday, March 5
Location: Zion Park District Leisure Center, Room 3&4
Fee: $6.00 each or $10 for two
63rd ANNUAL EASTER EGG
The Easter Bunny will be busy hiding 10,000 eggs with fun toys and candy inside. He’ll be there in person to watch your little ones, age 8 and younger, gather them up. Look for signs in the park that mark the age group areas. Lucky ﬁnders of 4 golden eggs will receive new bicycles! No bags or baskets allowed. We appreciate the community support over the last 60 years from local businesses in Zion.
When: Saturday, March 31, 2018 – RAIN OR SHINE
Time: 9:00am SHARP! Don’t be late!
Location: Shiloh Park, 27th Street Side