Humanity 101 kicks off at 7 pm Wednesday, Oct. 1, at Main Library with Straight Talk about the N-Word by Dr. Neal Lester, an award-winning Professor of English, and the former Dean of Humanities at Arizona State University. More >
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. More >
We've been nominated for a 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, recognizing superior public service and widespread community outreach. More >
Following our mission to foster a love of reading, we strive to provide access, useful resources and ample spaces for students of all ages. More >
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. More >
Voting is now closed. Visit the library's facebook page to see all submissions. More >
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. More >
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. More >
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. More >
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. 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. More >
Watch video of the author's Q&A with us from the One Book, One Oak Park Celebration Party. More >
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. More >