Movies Off Center Series. The Grayslake Heritage Center and Museum will be hosting the inaugural Movies Off Center Series this summer! Featuring one movie each month (June-September), the series kicks off with The Princess Bride. The big-screen w...
Two of the top bluegrass musicians in the Chicago area, Rob Anderlik and Mike Church first met at late night jam session and felt a deep musical connection from the moment they played together. Even better, they discovered they shared a wide range of musi...
Join organizers, Tamika Nash and Jessica Albert, in partnership with the Grayslake Area Public Library and the Grayslake Heritage Center & Museum for a Celebration of Freedom Walk, Monday June 19th at 5 pm. This family-friendly event will be a fun lea...
Tuesday, June 6
7 - 830 PM The BoomBox All 80's Band kicks off our summer concerts at Centennial Park, corner of Center and Whitney.
Registration is now OPEN for the final book in an ongoing program with the Grayslake Area Public Library.
Book club is FREE but registration is encouraged as book copies and space are limited.
Professor of Women's Literature, Ca...
Please be advised: Due to Memorial Day, there will be no garbage, recycling, or yard waste pick-up on Monday, May 29th. All pick-ups will be delayed by one day for this week.
The Village of Grayslake Heritage Center and Museum is a state of the art history museum that features multiple exhibition galleries, a classroom, a community room, archives and collections storage. Visit the Heritage Center website today!
Visit the new Grayslake Village Center Website. Grayslake's Village Center is located in the heart of the Village. It includes the historic downtown with its antique lighting, historic storefronts, and small businesses with a customer-friendly atmosphere.
Located in the heart of Grayslake, the Grayslake Aquatic Center sits nestled on five and a half acres located near IL Route 83, making it accessible in minutes from surrounding communities. For more information, visit the aquatic center website today!
Grayslake was one of the first communities in the Chicago region to create a comprehensive development plan for trails, bike paths, and sidewalks..
The Grayslake Community Garden is located on the east side of Library Lane across from the Library Lane Senior Residences and Grayslake Public Library. Garden plots are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
One of the largest master-planned projects in the United States, the Cornerstone Grayslake campus will include approximately 3,000,000 SF of light industrial,research-and-development, and logistics space.
Home to numerous regional events including the annual Lake County Fair, the Lake County Fairgrounds is Lake County's gathering place for events, fairs and festivals, meetings, concerts, fun runs, trade shows, and so much more.