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July 3, 2017, 6:00 PM @ Village Hall
The Villa Park Cable Commission was established to oversee Villa Park's public access, education and government channel (TV VP Style on Comcast 6 and AT&T Channel 99) and issues related to the operation of the channel. The Cable Commission meets at 6 p.m. the first Monday of each month, at the Village Hall, except when that Monday is a holiday, then the Commission meets the second Monday of that month. The public is welcome, and encouraged to attend all meetings.
The Senior Concerns Commission makes recommendations to the Village Board to ensure and promote the well-being of the senior population of Villa Park.
The Senior Concerns Commission meets at 6 p.m., on the first Monday of each month. The commission meets on the second floor of Village Hall, 20 South Ardmore Avenue.
July 3, 2017, 7:00 PM
The Villa Park Historical Museum, located at 220 S. Villa Avenue at the Prairie Path, will host an old-fashioned Ice Cream Social on July 3rd at 7:00 p.m. Featured entertainment will be the “Hill Jacks," a group that plays Americana – Roots Rock alternative music. Wendee Goles, a professional face painter and local artist, will amaze you with her dazzling creativity and talent. Paulina Jimenez, co-founder of the nonprofit Park Art Center, has created a patriotic art project for the kids. Artist Kaitlyn Mainz will demonstrate her talent at the Henna Tattoo table. A few vintage cars will be on display. Curated tours of the Historical Museum new exhibits will be provided by Historical Society board members. So come on out and enjoy a lovely summer evening with your friends and neighbors. Sponsors of this event are the Historical Society and Preservation Commission. The event is free. Donations will be accepted.