Christmas Posada (Click for More Information)

Join the Cicero Mexican Cultural Committee and Town President Larry Dominick as they host the annual Christmas Posada! This Christmas tradition starts at 6pm on Thursday, December 14 at Cicero Stadium for games, singing, and other free family fun!

Cicero Honors Veterans at Home and Abroad

Students from areas schools, Cicero residents, and town officials gathered to honor the men and women who have worn the uniform during the town’s annual Veterans Day Ceremony. Veterans from every military branch (and even a couple from other countries’ military) attended the event, representing every conflict from World War II to the current War on Terror. Each person who served was individually recognized during the Community Center event, highlighting the town’s many contributions to [Learn More]

Have a Wonderful Holiday Season

Dear Cicero residents, We are fully in the Christmas season, with families enjoying the Bobby Hull Community Ice Rink, trees decorated throughout the town, and lights strung along the rooftop. And Cicero has a lot to do to celebrate the holiday season! I hope everyone can make it out to the Cicero Youth Commission’s Holiday Festival to continue with the seasonal fun. I have it on good authority that Santa and Mrs. Claus will be [Learn More]

Cicero’s Holiday Season Officially Opens with Christmas in the Park

The calendar may have said November 26, but December 25 was on the minds of Cicero residents filling Community Park for the town’s annual Christmas in the Park celebration. The celebration kicks off the the holiday calendar throughout the town, starting with the opening of the Bobby Hull Community Ice Rink for ice skating. The Chicago Radiance synchronized skating team officially opened the ice rink with a routine that excited the residents and town officials [Learn More]

Cicero Chaplain Returns from Assisting in Puerto Rico Recovery

Cicero Chaplain Ismail Vargas knew he wanted to do more than raise funds for the victims of Hurricane Maria. So he asked the town if there was a way he could travel to the Caribbean island to aid in the disaster response. After approval, he packed his bags and headed south. “This opportunity meant so much to me since it was something the Lord placed heavily in my heart, and it was a great blessing [Learn More]