22ndCenturyMedia.com Summer Fun Guide

22nd century media | May 16, 2019 | 7

Orland Park Crossing:

The center for everything

With summer right around the corner

Orland Park Crossing shopping center

is here to make sure that everyone has

a good time while looking and feeling

great. The center, located at the intersection

of 143rd Street and LaGrange

Road, has a host of exclusive retailers,

specialty services, dining and more that

Orland Park residents and the surrounding

area can enjoy. Orland Park Crossing

also has many community events,

from movie nights to car shows, that

bring everyone together for fun times.

The center is so excited to see everyone

out and about this summer that it made

a Top 5 list of things to do while there.

Top 5 things to do this summer at Orland

Park Crossing

1. Shop for the hottest summer looks at

Orland Park Crossing’s specialty shops

and boutiques, such as Evereve, Soft

Surroundings, Mona Lisa and Charming


2. Treat yourself at Salon Lofts, Hair Cuttery

& Amazing Lash for a new glam

new look.

3. Grab a bite, a drink and dessert while

enjoying the outdoor patios at Anthony’s

Coal Fired Pizza, The Brass Tap

and Small Cakes Cupcakery & Creamery.

4. Relax and unwind at Hand & Stone

Massage & Facial Spa or Classy Nails.

5. Attend all of Orland Park Crossing’s

fun summer events.

Orland Park Crossing shopping center

is owned and managed by Edwards Realty

Company, a local Orland Park business.

For more information about the

center and events please visit shoporland

parkcrossing.com or call (708) 923-6312.

Submitted by Orland Park Crossing, 14225

95th Ave. in Orland Park. For more information,

call (708) 923-6312, or visit shoporland


Parties for

any occasion


from 25-160

50 years

From Page 4

ing, and arts and crafts.

Camp Wewannago includes

field trips, sports,

games and more to keep

campers busy. Camp Wewannago

also has optional

early risers and night owls

to accommodate working

families with campers

who need to arrive to camp

early or leave camp a little

late. Camp Wewannago

also features weekly trips

to water parks.

The Park District also

offers a variety of summer

athletic camps and summer

youth camps to keep

the children busy this summer.

Some athletic camp

offerings include the Chicago

Fire Soccer Camp,

Skyhawks Flag Football

Camp, Archery Camp and

Tennis Camp. The Park

District is also offering

computer coding camps

instructed by Code Red

Academy, and Lego camps

presented by Bricks 4 Kidz

are back with a variety of

options to choose from.

Proud American Days

will be held July 25-28.

This four-day festival is

attended by more than

30,000 people throughout

the Lincoln-Way area and

surrounding Will County.

It features live entertainment,

carnival rides and

activities for all ages.

Don’t miss out on some

festival favorites, including

the Baby Contest, Military

Tribute and Bean Bag

Tournaments, just to name

a few.

Registration for summer

programs and events for

residents began on Monday,

May 13, and nonresident

registration begins on

Monday, May 20. For a

complete listing of events,

programs and registration

information, please visit

newlenoxparks.org or call

(815) 485-3584.

Submitted by New Lenox

Community Park District,

701 W. Haven Ave. in New

Lenox. For more information,

call (815) 485-3584, or

visit newlenoxparks.org.

Banquets for any occasion

7 days 7 nights a week

Baby Showers, Bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, communions,

baptisms, birthday parties, graduations, reunions, memorials.

Let Fox’s do the cooking and cleaning for you

Private party rooms available up to 160 people


11247 W. 187th St.



9655 W. 143rd


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