January is Self-help Awareness Month, and there are many local resources for those who are struggling or would like to learn more. The re:solve Crisis Network is available 24/7, and the Department of Human Services has many confidential resources available to residents.
Boyce Park has a base of 24”-38” of snow! Ski, tube or board on gorgeous slopes and runs seven days a week. Enjoy affordable winter fun for the whole family, all close to home. For hours & rates, click here.
The Kane Foundation is hosting a Valentine’s Day Raffle, with a drawing on Feb. 12. Prizes include a hotel stay, wine, gift cards, and jewelry! Tickets are available at the Courthouse in Room 101, County Office Building lobby, and all four Kane Regional Centers.
Slide and glide on Olympic-size ice rinks, Tuesday-Sunday, now through mid-March at North Park and South Park. Enjoy affordable winter fun for the whole family right here, right now! For session times and admission rates, visit our Winter Fun website.
Raymond Hood coined the term “architecture of the night” and championed building illumination. Throughout the year, the Courthouse is lit to bring awareness to causes. January’s green light celebrated National Mentoring Month. On Feb. 1, it will turn red for American Heart Month.
Bring your own snowshoes and join us on Sat., Jan. 31, 12:00-noon-2:00 p.m., to discover, follow and interpret the tracks and travels of wildlife. Free & open to the public. Pre-registration is required by calling 724-935-2170. The hike will start at North Park’s Latodami Nature Center.