Town President Larry Dominick smiled at what lay before him. Thousands of residents and guests lined the streets from Cermak Road down to 34th and Laramie. Behind him were floats, marching bands, and other groups lining up to celebrate Mexican Independence Day. As the noon kickoff approached for the final day of the four-day celebration, Dominick knew the parade was just the beginning of one of the biggest festivals for the town. “I think it’s [Learn More]
For many students, the first day of school represents a chance to meet new teachers and navigate the halls they left just a few months earlier. But for the kids and families from Sherlock Elementary School, the first day on August 28 meant a ribbon-cutting ceremony for District 99’s newest addition. The innovative new building, located at 5347 W 22nd Place, will focus on providing new ways to learn that can impact a child’s academic [Learn More]
By Alejandra Herrera Just in time for the Mexican Independence Day festival, Cicero welcomed Chicago’s new Consul General of Mexico Reyna Torres Mendivil. Maru Ayala, executive director for the Cicero Mexican Cultural Committee, presented Torres Mendivil to the Town Board during the August 27 meeting. She said the Consul General took office on July 14. Her previous post was Consul General for San Antonio and she arrived in Chicago as a part of a shift [Learn More]
Cicero students spent August preparing for the start of a new school year, and the town was ready to help with several back-to-school events. Working with District 99 and Morton 201 High School District, Town President Larry Dominick hosted the sixth annual Back to School fair on August 10 at Unity Junior High. Volunteers, staff and faculty handed out school supplies while students received free physical and dental exams and tuberculosis shots if needed. They [Learn More]
While it wasn’t precisely Wrigley Field or Guaranteed Rate Park, it was just as festive on August 14 at the Annual Summer Picnic. This year’s theme was baseball, featuring residents wearing their favorite team’s colors while enjoying food, live music, dancing, and more. This year’s musicians were The Sweet Reminders, a duo featuring Nancy Baumet and Dia Madden. They performed music from the 40s, 50s, and 60s. Town President Larry Dominick and the Town Board [Learn More]
By Alejandra Herrera Residents filled the Municipal Courtyard between Town Hall and the Community Center on August 6 for the annual National Night Out safety event. Co-sponsored by Town President Larry Dominick, the Department of Special Events and the Police Department, the program works to foster a healthy relationship between the community and the Fire and Police departments. The annual event is hosted by more than 16,000 communities across the United States, parts of Canada, [Learn More]
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Town President Larry Dominick and the Cicero Clergy Committee invites you to gather with the town’s churches, non-profit community organizations, volunteers, business owners, and residents for our Cicero Day of Prayer, scheduled for 6pm on July 10 at Cicero Community Park, 34th & Laramie.
Town President Larry Dominick, the Town Board of Trustees and the Department of Parks and Recreation invite you to come out to Summer in the Park. This seasonal series of fun and activities features weekly themes that are sure to put a smile on your kids’ faces as they enjoy the outdoors in a safe and entertaining venue. Held every Sunday, Monday and Wednesday throughout June, July and August, kids will be able to enjoy [Learn More]
Town President Larry Dominick, the Town Board of Trustees, and the Department of Special Events announces this year’s American Fest celebration will run June 20-23. Live music, fair food, rides, and more will greet guests at the Cicero Fairgrounds as they celebrate America’s Independence. The firework show will start at 10pm on Sunday, June 23.