|Thursday June 1, 2017|
Contact Debra Melesio, Utility Billing Clerk, 847-872-3846 ext. 1013
The Village of Winthrop Harbor provides municipal water and sewer services, with the Dept. of Administration office being responsible for billing and collection of fees for these services. The utility bills are mailed out on the first business day of each month, and payments are due by the 20th day after the mailing date.
The village is divided into three billing Sections. Utility bills are mailed out as follows -
Section 1: FEB, MAY, AUG, NOV
Section 2: MAR, JUN, SEP, DEC
Section 3: JAN, APR, JUL, OCT
If your account number begins with 01, you are in Section 1. If your account number begins with 02, you are in Section 2, and if your account number begins with 03, you are in Section 3.
For further information and details, please visit www.winthropharbor.com and click the "Village Clerk & Admin" link, and then "Utilities". Utility bills may be paid online from that page, or in person during business hours at Village Hall, or after hours via the dropbox outside the South Village Hall entrance.
Contact Recreation Dept.
Thursday through Sunday, June 1-4, 2017
38-Acre Park - 2700 9th Street.
Winthrop Harbor’s annual Summer Fair & Carnival is scheduled for Thursday, June 1st through Sunday, June 4th this year. Save these dates for a great time at 38-Acre Park, with carnival rides, games, food, live bands, contests and much more!
The A&A Attractions carnival will feature everyone’s favorite rides, including The Zipper, Tilt-A-Whirl and Sizzler, along with a variety of food booths, carnival games and blow-up slides. Unlimited ride specials will be available on Thursday night from 6-10 pm, and on Saturday and Sunday from 1-5 pm. The unlimited rides special is only $20 per person on each day. On Saturday, all kids who buy a ride special wrist-band will be entered into a raffle for a brand new bicycle!
The Winthrop Harbor Recreation Board will host many additional activities and booths.
Live bands will perform Friday and Saturday nights! Friday will feature LIBIDO FUNK CIRCUS, and Saturday night features HILLBILLY ROCK STARZ. Both bands will be playing 7pm-11pm, come and enjoy the live music! For more info on these popular Chicgoland bands, visit www.lfcentertainment.com and www.hillbillyrockstarz.net.
The Recreation Dept. will also be selling Miller Lite products at the green concession building located near the main stage.
Saturday will also be host to various contests and performances, starting off with our Cutest Baby Contest at 11:30am. A Contest for Dogs will be held at 1:30pm, while those wishing to showcase their talents on stage can join in on the All Ages Talent Show at 4pm. A local DJ will be on hand all day long to emcee the events and play your requests.
Later Saturday a fantastic FIREWORKS SHOW will light up the park at 9:30pm, so plan on arriving early for a good place to watch the show!
Carnival hours will be 5pm-11pm on Thursday, 4pm-midnight on Friday, Noon to midnight on Saturday and noon to 7pm on Sunday.
|Sunday June 4, 2017|
|8:00 AM - 11:30 AM||
Contact Winthrop Harbor VFW
Support our veterans while enjoying an all-you-can-eat breakfast for only $10 at the Winthrop Harbor VFW. Open to the public for this great breakfast in the banquet hall every 1st Sunday October through June.
You'll find the VFW at 1112 Sheridan Road in Winthrop Harbor. Questions? Call the VFW at 847-872-7676.
|Tuesday June 6, 2017|
Contact Village Clerk Julie Rittenhouse - 847-872-3846 ext. 1010
The Winthrop Harbor Board of Trustees holds its regular meetings on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. The public is invited to all meetings. Agendas are posted in the lobby of the Municipal building, and on-line at www.winthropharbor.com.
Meetings are held in the Council Chambers at the Municipal Building, 830 Sheridan Road in Winthrop Harbor. For further information, please contact Village Hall at 847-872-3846.
|Wednesday June 7, 2017|
Contact Winthrop Harbor LIONS Club
|FACILITIES||Schlader Rec. Center|
The Winthrop Harbor LIONS Club provides BINGO every Wednesday at the Schlader Recreation Center. In addition to BINGO, the Lions offers pull-tabs, Bonanza, Tic-Tac-Toe and the Lions Special.
BINGO is open to the public. Doors open at 4:30 p.m., at which time Pull-Tab games are sold. Regular BINGO begins at 7:00 p.m. Refreshments are available. The Lions look forward to seeing you on Wednesday!
|Saturday June 10, 2017|
|10:00 AM - 6:00 PM||
Contact North Point Marina - Mark Stevens, Manager
EVERYONE IS INVITED! Ribbon cutting, Live Music, Food, Bounce House, Face Painting, Blessing of the Fleet!
Don't miss this premier kick-off event being hosted by the new marina management company, Westrec Marinas. Planned events include:
10am - Ribbon cutting in front of the Administration Building
10am-4pm - Golf cart tours of the Marina
11am-2pm - Cookout
12pm-4pm - Kids and Family activities; face painting, bounce house, balloon artist
11am-2pm - D.J.
2pm-4pm - Live Music (DuPage Band)
5pm - Blessing of the Fleet
|Monday June 12, 2017|
Contact Recreation Director Scott Fuller
|FACILITIES||Schlader Rec. Center|
The Winthrop Harbor Recreation Board meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at the Schlader Recreation Center.
|Tuesday June 13, 2017|
Contact Pat DiPersio
The Winthrop Harbor Planning & Zoning Board meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in the Council Chambers at the Municipal Building.
|Wednesday June 14, 2017|
Contact Community Development Director Pat DiPersio
The Winthrop Harbor Economic Development Commission meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month in the Conference Room of Winthrop Harbor Emergency Management Agency (EMA), 1617 7th Street.
|Saturday June 17, 2017|
Contact Chief Justin Stried
Why do you need to learn CPR?
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, performed properly and promptly can help victims survive until the ambulance personnel trained in advanced medical techniques arrive on the scene. Almost two thirds of deaths from heart attacks occur before the victim reaches a hospital. Many of these deaths can be prevented if victims received prompt help.
Should you make the commitment to learn CPR...
Perhaps a loved one suffers from heart disease. Maybe your job handles medical emergencies. No matter what your reason, it is important to realize that just knowing how to properly perform CPR will make you a more useful member of your community. Brain death occurs within 4-6 minutes after the heart stops beating. Speed in starting CPR and calling 911 is the key to helping save lives.
Which courses do we offer?
FREE for Winthrop Harbor residents, and at a nominal fee for non-residents, we offer the following courses throughout the year;
-Basic CPR / AED - Learn CPR and how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
-CPR / AED / First-Aid - Learn CPR, how to use an AED and basic First-Aid techniques.
-Healthcare Provider CPR - This course is tailored to those employed in some medical field (fee applies to residents & non-residents for this course only)
Click the attached document for the schedule of upcoming training courses, including dates and fee information.
How to sign up…
Call or stop by the fire station during normal business hours (847-872-5957). Or email Assistant Chief Alicia McCoy (email@example.com) or Administrative Assistant Donna Kauppi (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information and they will discuss which course option is best for your needs.
Sign up today to save a life!
|Sunday June 18, 2017|
Contact Demonstration User
|Monday June 19, 2017|
Contact Chris Engdahl
|FACILITIES||Schlader Rec. Center|
The Winthrop Harbor Cub Scout Pack 67 meets at 7pm at the Schlader Recreation Center. Contact Chris Engdahl at 847-785-9663 or email@example.com for more information.
|Tuesday June 20, 2017|
Contact Jerry Larson - 847-746-6567
The Winthrop Harbor AARP Chapter 871 meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Time is 1pm at the Community Center.
New members are always welcome. Refreshments are served.
|Wednesday June 21, 2017|
|Wednesday June 28, 2017|