The Inaugural U.S. Senior Women's Open Championship will be July 12- 15 at the Chicago Golf Club in Wheaton. The library is participating in events held throughout the city.
USGA Information Tables
9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. on Monday, May 21
2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 15 and Wednesday, May 30
The USGA (United States Golf Association) will answer questions about the tournament, recruit volunteers and show off the trophy! If you're a golfer, don't miss out.
Art Contest for Children in Grades 3 - 8
Entries must be submitted by Friday, June 8
Submit entries, along with the Entry Form, in the blue box on the Circulation Desk
Winners will be announced on Monday, June 11
Contact Matt Binder with questions: 630-868-7529 or email@example.com
Art Contest Rules | Entry Form
All student art work, whether or not they are chosen as the division winners, will be displayed throughout the championship grounds beginning Wednesday, July 11 – Sunday, July 15. All youth 18 and under are admitted free into the championship so this is a great way for them to see their artwork on display at an Inaugural Championship.
Art will be judged in two divisions: Grades 3-5 and Grades 6-8
- The winner of the 3-5 division will have their art work displayed on the front of all 700 volunteer notebooks handed out during the championship.
- The winner of the 6–8 division will have their art work printed as a poster and sold in the merchandise pavilion through the week of the championship (all proceeds will go directly back into CUSD 200). The winner of this division will also be invited out to the championship on either Saturday or Sunday to sign their posters alongside a Senior Women’s Open player.
Golf History Starts Here
June 5 • 7 p.m. Register
Join Nancy Flannery of the Wheaton Historical Commission as she takes us through the fascinating history of how Wheaton forever shaped the game of golf in America. The program is free but requires registration.
The Summer of Golf Exhibit
Arts & Culture Center
June 1 - July 15
This free exhibit features historical golf artifacts from the Wheaton Historic Commission as well as items on loan from the USGA Museum. Learn about the City of Wheaton's impact on the development of golf.