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Read Executive Director David Seleb's take on emerging themes from recent Community Conversations.
Our after-hours science fair for adults is back. Science lovers 21+ are invited to compete and spectate at Weird Science's Summer School Edition on Saturday, June 14.
Join us at your library for fun, free, educational programs, seminars and classes and more this June and July.
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Dyja shares stories on Tuesday, May 13, from "The Third Coast," his critically acclaimed story of Chicago in its postwar prime.
Experience four great events at the Main Library to honor, recognize and serve area seniors during "Celebrating Serniors Week," May 15-23.
Library staff members shared their love of reading, person to person, one book at a time. Watch video of givers sharing their thoughts and impressions about the experience.
Listen and learn at your library this spring with great free concerts, and a new class offering hands-on help with Freegal digital music.
Access to individual library accounts and the SWAN catalog are always available @ oppl.org
Read, discuss, and connect this summer via a new local experience aimed at bringing us all together. "Moonwalking with Einstein" by Joshua Foer is the program's premiere title.
On Saturday, April 12, Curbside Splendor's annual Book Fair pops up in Oak Park. Join us for the fair at Hemingway Museum, 11 am - 5 pm, and Main Library after-party, at 6 pm.
The library thanks Rep. La Shawn K. Ford (D-Chicago) for his support in introducing appropriations approved in 2013 by the Illinois General Assembly that grants $100,000 to the Oak Park Public Library for improvements in services.
Teens going into grades 8-12 are invited to create, write, perform, and more with our Annual Teen Summer Volunteer Program. Check out this year's teams, and apply online now.
Join us this spring to meet authors Jeanne Nolan, Matthew Algeo, Michael Lotus, Jack Bishop, Iris Krasnow, and Janis Johnston.