Naperville Park District is putting the wheels of reopening in motion so residents can get back in motion in June with exercise options including basketball, volleyball, boating, skateboarding, T-ball and softball.

Basketball rims and nets — 104 of them — have been rehung. Volleyball nets and disc golf baskets are set to be put back beginning Monday. Crews are pumping out excess rainwater in advance of opening Paddleboat Quarry as soon as Monday.

The 95th Street Farmers Market is set to start Thursday, T-ball and softball practices can get going, and the skate parks at Frontier Sports Complex and Centennial Park are ready to reopen, too.

Picture Source: Photo by Brian Hill

SOURCE ( Marie Wilson / Daily Herald )