Swan Pond Park, as ever, was a popular place for sledders in January.
Riverside Swim Club was buzzing with high-dive daredevils all summer long.
North Riverside became Circus Town in 2019, first with the family-friendly Circo Hermanos Vasquez (above) in April and later in August with the more adult-themed Cirque Paranormal.
Riverside residents and relatives of the late Scuffy Gross celebrated the longtime township assessor with the annual Scuffy Gross Memorial Regatta on the Des Plaines River in July.
Riverside hosted its annual Easter Egg Hunt at Big Ball Park in April;
Students and parents gathered at George Washington Middle School in April for a somber vigil in the wake of two students taking their own lives.
As always, there was plenty going on in Landmark Land during 2019, and we tried to capture as much as we could. Some of our favorite images from the last 12 months were playful, some somber, but all reflected living in our communities.