Naperville News Digest: Santa’s Workshop returning to Riverwalk; blue heron photo nabs award in Will County contest; plan ahead for seasonal/part-time job fair on Jan. 8

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Santa’s Workshop will return to the Riverwalk Café, 441 Aurora Ave., from Nov. 29 to Dec. 23, providing families a risk to glimpse Santa inner his workshop, one household at a time, for a temporary, socially-distanced conversation, Naperville Park District officials acknowledged.

Online registration for park district residents begins at noon Tuesday, Nov. 16, at www.napervilleparks.org/santasworkshop. Those that elevate out no longer dwell within the park district boundaries can register starting at noon Thursday, Nov. 18.

The trace is $10 per household for residents and $15 per household for nonresidents. Approach registration is required. A restricted assortment of time slots will be supplied, and no mosey-usawill be taken, park district officials acknowledged.

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Households can retract their beget images and videos of their time with Santa. No official images will be taken.

The park district is providing special nights to focus on to with Santa. Dec. 1 and 2 will be reserved for families with special wants. Dec. 7 is Navy and First Responders Night and Dec. 8 is Pet Night.

Community magnificent for phase-time, seasonal jobs dwelling for Jan. 8

Naperville Park District and KidsMatter will host the annual Community Job Fine from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, on the Citadel Hill Project Heart, 20 Citadel Hill Pressure.

Anybody from excessive college college students to senior residents can articulate for a fluctuate of positions, and college college students dwelling on chilly climate destroy can glimpse for summer jobs and internships, organizers acknowledged in a news originate. Allotment-time alternatives will be found in for retirees and other adults seeking versatile schedules.

The job magnificent can even provide mock interviews and resume constructing advice, organizers acknowledged.

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Naperville resident Bertrand Leclercq's photo of a great blue heron received an honorable mention in the Forest Preserve District of Will County’s Preserve the Moment Photo Contest for the month of October.

Naperville resident Bertrand Leclercq’s say of a gargantuan blue heron obtained an honorable level to within the Wooded space Retain District of Will County’s Retain the Moment Photo Contest for the month of October. (Bertrand Leclercq / HANDOUT)

Naperville man’s say earns honorable level to in contest

Naperville resident Bertrand Leclercq was one of 4 photographers to tag an honorable level to for the month of October within the Wooded space Retain District of Will County’s Retain the Moment Photo Contest.

Leclercq’s say featured a gargantuan blue heron and was taken on the Rock Traipse Rookery in Joliet.

The woodland district’s say contest acknowledges winners month-to-month thru December. The entire significant-dwelling winners will compete for overall contest honors in January with the public voting on their current images on the district’s Fb page.

Rockdale resident Antonio Joseph earned the dignity of handiest say for the month of October on the side of his shut-up shot of a chipmunk taken at Hammel Woods in Shorewood.

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As well as to Leclercq, other honorable mentions for October hold been awarded to Eileen Capodice, of Minooka; Timothy McGrath, of Crest Hill; and Byron Morgan, of Crete.

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