1501 W Randolph St Chicago, IL 60607 (312) 746-5494
Union Park Badminton Program
1501 W Randolph
(There are 2 buildings: The Badminton courts will be at the building
closest to the swimming pool e.g. By Lake & Ashland)
Front Desk: 312-746-5494
(Right off the Pink/Green line El Ashland stop)
2 wood surface courts
Rackets and plastic shuttles are available. But better to bring your
own equipment. $100/season e.g. Approximately 3 months (As of 8/24/2012.
Also, no guest passes available) Better to sign up in person rather than
through the CPD website. The Park District accepts cash or money
order (No Checks!)
It's mostly doubles but when space is available, we play singles.
Also, the Park District does not prorate! So you will still pay
full fees even if you sign up near the end of each season.
August 18, 19, 20, & 21, 2016
Taylor Street at Ashland Ave
Thursday and Friday 5pm-11pm, Saturday 12pm-11pm, Sunday 12pm-10pm
Chicago’s popular Little Italy neighborhood will celebrate its history and heritage from August 13-16 as the annual Taylor Street Festa Italiana returns for its 9th year. More than 50,000 fest goers are expected to attend, saying “Ciao” to new neighbors, and “That’s Amore” about the authetic Italian activities, delectable (or “buono” Italian cuisine, and energetic live entertainment in three dynamic stages.
The four-day celebration will put Chicagoans’ appetites to the test, as a meatball eating contest will challenge some of the city’s best amateur competitive eaters. Meanwhile, visitors will get the chance to experience firsthand what it’s like to make wine overseas, as attendees will be encouraged to kick off their shoes and participate in a special grape stomping area that will be set up throughout the festival.
Families are invited to come out and enjoy the Festa Italiana with their little ones, as carnival rides and family- friendly activities will be taking place all weekend long, all nestled alongside three great stages of live entertainment and some of the best Italian food that Chicago has to offer.
The Taylor Street Festa Italiana is produced and managed by StarEvents. Entry to the event is a suggested $5 donation with proceeds benefiting the University Village Association, a community development organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for the Near West Side Community.
The Chicago Water Tower is a contributing property in the Old Chicago Water Tower District landmark district. It is located at 806 North Michigan Avenue along the Magnificent Mile shopping district in the Near North Side community area of Chicago, Illinois in a small park, the Jane M. Byrne Plaza. The tower was constructed to house a large water pump, intended to draw water from Lake Michigan. It is the second-oldest water tower in the United States, after the Louisville Water Tower in Louisville, Kentucky.The Chicago Water Tower now serves as a Chicago Office of Tourism art gallery known as the City Gallery in the Historic Water Tower. It features the work of local photographers and artists.HistoryThe tower, built in 1869 by architect William W. Boyington from yellowing Joliet limestone, is 154 feet (47 m) tall. Inside was a 138-foot (42 m) high standpipe to hold water. In addition to being used for firefighting, the pressure in the pipe could be regulated to control water surges in the area. Together with the adjacent Chicago Avenue Pumping Station, it drew clean water from water cribs in Lake Michigan.
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