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Village of Lisle News - June 30, 2017

July 4th Reminders

Village of Lisle offices will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day.  The Village’s non-emergency departments will re-open on Wednesday, July 5. Garbage, yard waste and recycling will be completed on Wednesday, July 5. To review the Republic Services Holiday Collection Schedule, click here.

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Celebrate July 4th in Lisle!

Celebrate July 4th in Lisle!  The July 4th Parade kicks off at Lisle Jr High School at 11 a.m. and will travel north on Main Street through Downtown Lisle. It will end at the Museums at Lisle Station Park where the Heritage Society will host a FREE! Ice Cream Social. All are invited to participate - decorated bikes can join the parade! To learn more, click here

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Eyes to the Skies Hot Air Balloon Fest

Hot air balloon launches, balloon rides and dramatic balloon glows; parachute demos: nightly fireworks; concerts; craft fair; food court; carnival; children’s area - this fest has it all! Don’t miss this signature Lisle event!
The Carnival and Fest run through July 2. To review the schedule, click here. To watch a brief Behind the Scenes video from a prior year, click here.  

Be sure to see award-winning country artist Cassadee Pope perform on Sunday, July 2 from 8:45 p.m. - 10 p.m. She is joined by Junes Got the Cash (5 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.) and The Rob Morrow Band (6:45 p.m. - 8:15 p.m. Bring a chair/blanket, pick a spot on the hill overlooking the Van Kampen Stage. Community Park (Route 53 and Short Street, Lisle). For the full concert schedule and to learn more, click here.   

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Volunteer at Eyes to the Skies

Meet new people and have a blast volunteering at the Eyes to the Skies Hot Air Balloon Fest!  All volunteers will receive free admission for the day, free t-shirt, free soda / water / gatorade and a free meal.  The majority of proceeds benefit local charities, so you’ll be helping people in our community. Make it a "family event" by volunteering as a group to run soda booths together and make lasting memories. To learn about available opportunities, click here.   

Summer Cooling Stations 

Summer is in full swing, which can sometimes result in dangerously high heat levels for people and pets. Take a moment to review the list of local cooling stations and heat safety information.  Remember, it’s a misdemeanor to lock an animal in a hot vehicle. Call 911 to request that an Officer be dispatched to the scene if you see an animal in distress. Click here to review local cooling center locations and heat related safety information.  

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