Positively Naperville Editor’s Notes
Oh! The changing seasons along the Naperville Riverwalk! Naperville’s natural treasure is located in the heart of downtown Naperville near Nichols Library, North Central College and more than 130 shops and restaurants. Enjoy a stroll of the linear park from Hillside Road to Jefferson Avenue where winding brick paths follow the DuPage River.
During the autumn, the Paddle Boat Quarry with the Jaycees Marina near the Gregory Gazebo shuts down until next Memorial Day weekend. And weekly Carillon Concerts take a break from the summer series most Tuesdays at Rotary Hill, presenting a variety of international carilloneurs performing on the 72-bells in Moser Tower.
Visitors will find the farmer’s plow on a monument located along South Eagle Street as a tribute to all the farm families who actively helped to settle the community. A nearby fishing pier offers a beautiful sight for anglers of all ages right in the heart of Naperville.
For visitor information, stop by River Square, upstairs where you’ll find The Visitors Center is open from 10AM-4PM daily. River Square is located at the corner of Washington and Chicago. Entrance to the second level is around back by the parking lot or at the angle where the L-shaped building meets in the center.
Since 1831, the west branch of the DuPage River has attracted settlers who look toward the future and take risks in this remarkable place called Naperville!
Our new website is reflexive, dynamic and is ready for tablets and smartphones. It is built on WordPress utilizing open source software in the spirit of America’s favorite idea-sharer Ben Franklin.
If you are fortunate enough to view this site on the latest iPad, imagery and text are crystal clear. We’ve made frequent trips to the Apple Store to test this site’s compatibility with Apple products and Safari. It is also Android friendly.
This site displays best in a modern internet browser like Firefox or Google Chrome. Download one for free at www.mozilla.org or www.google.com/chrome. Some of the design elements have limited compatibility with AOL and Internet Explorer.
We welcome readers to visit us often as we add more features, content and all the things that make Naperville a great place.
Thanks for reading. We value your time as we know you have many news choices and other ways to spend your time. One more thing…have you tried our new “search” tool up in the right corner of this page?