Heartland Memorial Center 1340 Otto Blvd, Chicago Heights, IL60411 Heartland Memorial Center is a family-owned and operated funeral home. It offers funerals and memorials in addition to…More cremations and scattering services. Heartland offers chapel space for funerals, which include kitchenettes. Memorials can be pre-arrange online or in-person. Feel free to call 24 hours a day or walk in to speak with funeral personnel about options. Military honors and veteran service are available in addition to catering and memorial services.
Baker Memorial Church 325 E 16th St, Chicago Heights, IL60411 Baker Memorial Church is a prayer ministry that offers men's and women's Bible study. Youth services, choir…More rehearsal and a food pantry are offered for adults and children. It welcomes new patrons and their families for weekly prayer services.
Since it opened its doors in 1918, the Harold Colbert Jones Memorial Community Center has been a valuable facet of…More the Chicago Heights community. The center has after-school and summer programs for kids, senior programs and computer classes slong with several emergency services such as a food pantry and used clothing. In addition to the indoor facilities, the Jones Center also has an outdoor play area that includes a playground and a picnic pavilion.
The Jones Center has lots of events going on throughout the year along with volunteer opportunities for those interested.
Senior Center 3140 Enterprise Park Ave, South Chicago Heights, IL60411 The Senior Center (or Pavilion) is a South Chicago Heights city-owned property that houses the village's sponsored…More public events. The center is also rented out to the community members for other events. It has a large picnic pavilion, a walking trail and a veteran's memorial near the corner of Enterprise Park and West Sauk Trail.
U.S. Grant Park W 28th Pl & Miller Ave, South Chicago Heights, IL60411 Located next to U.S. Grant School, the park consists of a playground and two baseball fields, one of which is Jack…More Forrest Memorial Field. The park does not have a parking lot of its own, so visitors will have to park on the street.