As a part of the USDA’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) The Northern Illinois Food Bank’s van visits different park sites to offer free and nutritious boxed meals to youth in convenient locations.
For the most recent updates regarding the program, and to share this with your social media networks, please visit the Facebook Event.
For information about where to find other free summer lunch sites in the U.S. for kids, please visit the USDA website.
The Meals on the Move van is lucky enough to be joined by the Fox Valley Park District’s Neighborhood Art Program and Aurora Public Library’s Bookmobile & Stories in the Park Program at Blackhawk Park this summer to provide books and activities for children!
Stories in the Park will be at Blackhawk Park every Tuesday at 1:30 PM.
Neighborhood Art will be at Blackhawk Park every Wednesday from 1:00-3:00 PM.
The Bookmobile will be at Blackhawk Park every Friday from 1:00 – 2:00 PM.
¡La camioneta de Meals on the Move tiene la suerte a unirse con el Bibliobús y Cuentos de Biblioteca Pública de Aurora y el Programa de Arte del Vecindario del Park District de Fox Valley para ofrecer libros y actividades para los niños!
El Bibliobús estará con nosotros en Parque Blackhawk los viernes de 1:00 a 2:00 PM.
Cuentos en el Parque estará con nosotros en Parque Blackhawk cada martes a las 1:30 PM.
Neighborhood Art estará con nosotros en Parque Blackhawk los miércoles de 1:00 a 3:00 PM.
To speak with Northern Illinois Food Bank staff about the Meals on the Move program, please contact:
Para hablar con el personal del Northern Illinois Food Bank sobre el programa Meals on the Move, comuníquese con:
Nancy Arce-Aguilar, Especialista en programas de Nutrición Infantil: envie un correo electrónico o llame al (630) 443-6910 ext. 164
The Meals on the Move program is generously supported by the Dunham Fund.
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