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Aptakisic Park
1231 Weiland Rd, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Located just north of Weiland Road and Deerfield Parkway, this is the recreational area for Aptakisic Junior High SchoolMore students but is open to the public through the Buffalo Grove Park District. It features a wooden jungle gym, swings, basketball courts, a baseball field, a track field and a blacktop playground surrounded by grassy fields. There is plenty of parking during non-school hours.
Rolling Hills Park
1850 Twin Oaks Blvd, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Rolling Hills Park is across the street from a residential neighborhood just north of Aptakisic Road. The playgroundMore equipment includes swings, slides, climbing apparatuses and rockers for small children.
Churchill Park
1900 N Buffalo Grove Rd, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Churchill Park is just west of Didier Farms. A large field is on the south side, suitable for soccer, football or aMore pickup game of lacrosse or field hockey. A big baseball diamond caps the park to the north. The park has benches along the large field and generous bleachers by the baseball area. A free parking lot is available just for the park off Buffalo Grove Road, north of Aptakisic. 
Yachad Kids Academy
701 W. Aptakisic Road, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
The Yachad Kids Academy is a pre-school for children from kindergarten through 7 years old. Located in CongregationMore B'nai Shalom, the school's daily curriculum includes science, math, music, art, story time and outdoor sports and games. A summer camp is offered. The website includes a special greeting in Russian. Transportation to and from school is provided to all students.
Philip Abramowitz Buffalo Grove Community Hebrew School
701 W. Aptakisic Road, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
The Philip Abramowitz Buffalo Grove Community Hebrew School is part of the Associated Talmud Torahs ofMore Chicago. Classes are held at Congregation B'nai Shalom. Students in grades K-2 meet for 1 1/2 hours on Sunday mornings, while for 3rd grade and up classes are held 3 days per week. Goals for students include learning to read Hebrew, translating portions of the Torah and learning about Jewish history. Students also learn customs and traditions, developing the skills necessary to be comfortable in a Jewish or synagogue setting.