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Holiday in Whoville

Holiday in Whoville 2018

Join us at the Virginia Theatre for a real holiday treat! We're showing the short: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas followed by pictures with Santa, photo ops with the Grinch, caroling, and hot chocolate. After the show patrons can enjoy the holiday lights with trolley rides around Downtown Champaign.

Questions? Contact ashley.sims@champaignparks.com or call 217-819-3926

 

 

Date: 12/16/2018 (Sun.)

 

Pizza and Pajamas with Santa

Pizza and Pajamas with Santa

Join us to celebrate the holiday season! Enjoy holiday themed crafts, music, and a visit from Santa. Each guest will get to enjoy pizza, cookie, and a drink while hanging out with Santa. Don’t forget to dress in your favorite holiday jammies! 

Help us celebrate the holiday season at this fun event by helping with crafts and serving food!

 

Questions: katherine.hicks@champaignparks.com

Date: 12/08/2018 (Sat.)

 

Introduction to Tutoring

Project READ provides free tutoring to adult learners who seek to improve their reading, writing, math, and/or English as a Second Language skills. Tutors work with learners in public locations such as libraries, churches, and Adult Basic Education classrooms.  Most popular are the free drop-in tutoring sites offered in Champaign, Urbana, and the surrounding area each week:

Introduction to Tutoring

Project READ provides free tutoring to adult learners who seek to improve their reading, writing, math, and/or English as a Second Language skills. Tutors work with learners in public locations such as libraries, churches, and Adult Basic Education classrooms.  Most popular are the free drop-in tutoring sites offered in Champaign, Urbana, and the surrounding area each week:

2018 Parade of Lights

The Parade of Lights is Champaign's annual lighted holiday parade taking place in downtown Champaign on November 24, 2018. Special entertainment preceeds the event that includes visits with Santa at Big Grove Tavern, carolers, live music, performances and kids' activities. The parade concludes with a tree lighting ceremony in One Main Plaza.

Volunteer now!

Tutors and Volunteers needed! ( August through May)

Are you a college student looking to gain volunteer hours or a citizen looking for fun and interesting ways to positively interact and affect middle school children's lives? If so, Franklin Middle School needs your help and would love to have you as part of our "Franklin Family". We are currently looking for volunteers in all subject areas, including some after-school clubs and organizations (e.g. Spanish Homework Club, Science Olympiad, READY Program).

Recycling Game & Activities Volunteers - Urbana Sweetcorn Festival

The City of Urbana's U-Cycle recycling program is seeking volunteers (ages 18+) to assist recycling coordinator with recycling games and activities for children at the Urbana Sweetcorn Festival.  Seeking 4 volunteers for each of the following time shifts (rain or shine):

Friday, August 24, 2018:

5-8 p.m.

Saturday, August 25, 2018:

2 - 5 p.m.

5 - 8 p.m.

 

ReStore Volunteer

Sporting a small, yet resilient staff, our store could not operate without the help of our volunteers.  Our staff makes up less than 20% of the manpower needed to be a success.  Volunteering is a great way to spend some time and you can make a significant difference in the lives of others as the ReStore allows virtually all donated dollars to go directly to the cost of building homes.

The ReStore also assures that over 460 tons of materials never make it to a landfill each year.  Now that’s what we call Going Green!

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