Beat the Heat
Summer is in full swing as temperatures are predicted to be in the 90’s several days this week. If you need a place to beat the heat, the Naperville Municipal Center and all Naperville Public Libraries are open to the public as cooling stations during their normal business hours. And as the temperatures rise, make sure to check on elderly neighbors and relatives who may be affected by the heat.
Sewer Smoke Testing
The City of Naperville will begin sanitary sewer smoke testing today, as a way to find openings in the sewer system that could lead to expensive sewer backups. The city will be conducting the test in two parts, the first focused on Downtown Naperville and the surrounding subdivisions, and the second, which will begin July 17, will test in the city’s northwest. Both rounds of testing will take about four weeks.
Lunch Hour Entertainment
Tomorrow the Naperville Park District kicks off their Children’s Lunch Hour Entertainment series. The free outdoor concerts take place Tuesdays in June and July at 11:30 a.m. and last about 45 minutes. With a variety of kid friendly performers, the concerts rotate between Frontier Sports Complex and the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion. A full list of performers and locations can be found on the Park District’s website.
NSW Award Show
Last night the Naperville Sports Weekly year-end award show honored the best of local high school sports. Mitch Lewis, star of the Naperville North basketball and football teams was named Male Athlete of the Year. Three time state girls shot put champion Courtney Morgan of Metea Valley took home Female Athlete of the Year honors. And Naperville Central Boys Tennis earned Team of the Year after winning the first State Championship in program history last month. For the full awards show highlights of the all the nominees, plus the top ten plays of the year countdown, head over to the Naperville Sports Weekly page on nctv17.com.
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