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E&B Liquors
17329 Oak Park Ave, Tinley Park, IL 60477
A neighborhood liquor store next to the Oak Park Avenue train station, E&B Liquors has provided a wide selection ofMore alcoholic drinks and complements since 1978. A wide range of both high-quality and lower cost beverages and mixers is available.
Sam's Club
16100 Harlem Ave, Tinley Park, IL 60477
Sam's Club is a national chain specializing in low cost bulk items. This location features an expansive parking lot, soMore crowds are never an issue. Products include bulk-size food and drink packages, as well as home items. The availability of larger "flatbed" carts in addition to typical shopping carts illustrates the volume available. Membership is required, and different tiers allow for shopping at earlier hours or with discounted rates.
Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center
8125 171st St, Tinley Park, IL 60477

Also the home of the park district offices and overlooking the White Water Canyon Water Park, the BettenhausenMore Recreation Center offers workout facilities and rooms to rent for activities, parties and other events.

The cost to drop in for a day is $4 for residents, or $13 for a non-resident accompanied by a resident. Children 2 years old and younger are free. Annual passes start at $30 for a single resident, with group rates for couples and families and discounts for seniors.

Garden Gallery & Studio
17459 Oak Park Ave, Tinley Park, IL 60477
Garden Gallery & Studio is an art studio for artists with developmental disabilities in the Tinley Park area. TheMore studio gives individuals an environment to express themselves, and offers classes for a variety of age levels. "Art Around the World" is for children ages 5-10, "Drawing for Teens" is for 13- to 18-year-olds and there are beginning painting and guitar classes for adults. Classes cost between $60 and $70, and there also is an art club that meets at 7 p.m. the second Saturday of every month. Paintings produced by individuals can be sold at the gallery and any income generated there benefits the artists themselves and Garden Center Services, a not-for-profit agency.
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