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Join us February 16th for a special evening with your little Mermaid Princess at our annual Daddy/Daughter Dance. Enjoy a buffet dinner, music, dancing, crafts, and more.
To capture your magical evening together, a professional photographer will be available to take formal pictures.
*Grandpas, Uncles, Father figures, etc. all welcome!
Join us March 16th for a special evening with your little superhero at our annual dance. Enjoy a buffet dinner, music, dancing, crafts, and more.
Tickets go on sale January 22nd! Purchase them @ the Richton Park Community Center
Bring your baskets, bonnets, and Bunny Ears to participate in our annual Egg Hunt, and take a picture with Mr. B. Bunny!
Join us for our President's Gold Outing June 21st @ Ravisloe Country Club in Homewood. For sponsorship and or participation, please contact Ashley Turner @ 708.753.8800
This award is the highest form of recognition in governmental budgeting and represents a significant achievement by the Village. It reflects the commitment of the governing body and staff to meeting the highest principles of governmental budgeti...
We have released the latest edition of Richton Park's "VIEWS!" Take a look! Also included is the 2019 Business Directory as well! As always, there will be copies at the Village Hall and the Community Center. However, you can check it out right here.
Here are some of the many offers of help available in the Chicago area to workers affected by the partial government shutdown.
Many of the tens of thousands of workers here have turned to food banks for help as the shutdown drags on.
Almost 30,000 federal workers, live in the Chicago/Southland region. Here is a list of businesses/organizations offering free/discounted items and services to those impacted by the shutdown. Employees can show their valid federal ID and take advantage of:
Dominos Pizza has begun a new "Paving for Pizza" campaign for towns that need it - because "Bad roads shouldn't happen to good pizza." Richton Park has a Domino's in town. LETS VOTE RICHTON PARK FOR POTHOLE REPAIR & REPAVING.
A 15-member cast and crew staged "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street," based on a 1960 episode from the first season of "The Twilight Zone," by Rod Serling, creator-narrator of the CBS television anthology series. Cast members of the...
Richton Park Trustee Jennifer Artis, who also serves on the committee, nominated Ms. Kelley to acknowledge her decades of public service and community contributions through library services, quality programming, and literacy advocacy. Cook County Commissi...
Currently, she serves as the Chairwomen for the Richton Park Sister Cities Committee.
In addition to her work in the village, Mrs. Smith has worked with a variety of community and church organizations such as; the G.R.A.C.E. Ministry, where she ...