The four-part series returns to the Main Library beginning at 2 pm Sept. 14 with Mozart's Don Giovanni. Presented by the Lyric's award-winning Education Corp.
We've been nominated for a 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, recognizing superior public service and widespread community outreach.
This fall, three great programs explore the aging process, trusts, wills, finances, and how to make the most of local resources. Join us to learn more.
Voting is now closed. Visit the library's facebook page to see all submissions.
Would you be willing to donate blood to save a life? Heartland Blood Centers will hold a blood drive at the Main Library on Thursday, Aug. 14, from noon to 4 p.m.
This August, the Main Library Art Gallery will feature newly restored paintings by Reginald Mars, whose work has been part of the fabric of Oak Park since 1963.
Help us make information easier to find on our website! We're looking for participants to do a brief, online activity that will help us improve our site's navigation.
The Affordable Care Act's Special Enrollment Period (SEP) allows those who qualify to buy private health plans through the Marketplace. Join us Aug. 7 to learn more.
Pick up a pair of Ravinia Festival passes, generously donated, beginning at 9 am Friday, July 11. Tickets are available to Oak Park residents, first-come, first-served.
Watch video of the author's Q&A with us from the One Book, One Oak Park Celebration Party.
Friends of the Oak Park Public Library host their 44th Annual Book Fair Aug. 1 and 2 at Oak Park and River Forest High School. Donate, volunteer, and shop to support this community event.
Celebrate black culture in the world of Science Fiction and Fantasy with authors Ytasha L. Womack and Bill Campbell at the Main Library Thurs., July 10.
Oak Park Township has partnered to share resources and information in two free programs at Dole Branch Library. Join us to learn more about property taxes and the rich variety of services available to senior residents.