A newly-renovated space in south Naperville will allow residents to break a sweat and fix up a creative culinary dish all under one roof.
Naperville Park District's 95th Street Center, 2244 W. 95th St., will be unveiled to the public during a grand opening celebration on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
“We invite everyone to join us for the ribbon cutting and then to participate in a fun sampling of activities that the park district will offer at this facility,” said Director of Recreation Brad Wilson in a release.
The 11,500 square foot recreational center features two multi-purpose rooms for dance and group fitness programs, a studio, two classrooms as well as a culinary teaching kitchen, according to the park district.
“The teaching kitchen is one of the most exciting features of the 95th Street Center, said Program Manager Sandie Gilmer in a release. “The setup is unique in Naperville, with six teaching stations in one room. This space allows us to offer culinary classes for all ages, for beginning chefs and those interested in taking their cooking to the next level.”
The culinary space also is available for rentals by families and small groups for personal use, according to the park district.
The Naperville Park District holds a three-year lease at the new center, which will offer a range of classes such as sewing, cooking, dance, yoga, Pilates, and knitting.
For more information about the 95th St. Center, visit www.napervilleparks.org.