Freeport Frisbee Fanatics
The Freeport Frisbee Fanatics is a non-profit group dedicated to enhancing and promoting disc sports in Freeport. The club is open to everyone interested in playing disc golf. The annual fee for membership is $20 and covers discounts in merchandise and a steak dinner at the end of the year. Please check out events at the bulletin board at the top of Flagstaff Hill in Krape Park. A disc golf league, organized by Freeport Frisbee Fanatics, takes place on Saturdays at 10am. For more information about disc golf leagues and tournaments, contact Paul Buss at 815-908-9329.
Freeport Little League
Little League baseball provides an opportunity for children to learn the lifetime skills of leadership, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Freeport Little League offers each child the same opportunities and instills many life-long memories in children. For more information, visit us on the web at www.quickscores.com/fll or email to email@example.com.
Freeport Aquatic Swim Team (FAST)
Do you like to swim? Can you swim the length of the pool? Would you like to meet some new friends? Did you know that there is a swim team in Freeport just for you? We can offer you a family-friendly environment where you can develop your skills in swimming, the Life-Long Sport.
Freeport Phantoms Youth Football
The Freeport Phantoms teaches young boys and girls the right way to play football, and all the life lessons football can teach you. The program strives to keep players safe, have fun, and become not only better football players, but better people. The program is open to ages 7 to 12 years old with athletes assigned to teams based on age and weight levels. If you are interested in playing football (boy or girl) visit www.fyfphantoms.org.
Freeport Soccer Club
Are you interested in competitive soccer? The Freeport Soccer Club offers youth ages 7-17 an opportunity to play in a competitive league as well as tournaments. For more information, visit our website at www.freeportsoccerclub.com.
Little Cubs Field
A nearly exact duplicated of the Cubs’ Wrigley Field – on a much smaller scale – it provides a fun venue for people of all ages to enjoy America’s pastime. More information is available at www.littlecubsfield.com, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Firebaugh Observatory/Planetary Studies Foundation
The Firebaugh Observatory, located next to the Park Hills Golf Course, will be open to the public on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays May through September. For more information about Firebaugh observatory and the Planetary Studies Foundation, please contact Jim Dole at 815-291-3072 or visit the Planetary Studies Foundation website at www.planets.org.
Horseshoe leagues are now forming at the horseshoe pites located at Park Hills Golf Course (next to Firebaugh Observatory). For more information, call Max Boecke at 815-275-1103.
City Horseshoe League – Tuesdays at 6:30PM, beginning May 2
Tournament Dates TBA
Northwest Illinois Audubon Society
The Northwest Illinois Audubon Society, which is a chapter of the National Audubon Society, will be offering some programs at the Oakdale Nature Preserve. These programs will be open to the public at no charge. However, it is important that reservations be made ahead of time because space is limited. For more information or to view our calendar of events, visit us on the web at www.nwilaudubon.org.
Art in the Park
Freeport Art Museum
Illinois Park & Rec Assn.
Jane Addams Trail
Stephenson Co. Historical Society