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.
Join us for Money Smart Week®, a public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances.
Sharing milestones from the past year, and looking toward the year ahead, the library's 2013 Annual Report is now available, only online.
T.O. events just for kids in grades 4-6 continue this Spring. New in March, "So You Wanna" programs introduce kids to creative careers and new skills.
Join us at your library for fun, free, educational programs, seminars and classes and more this April and May.
A total of 2,453 community members and elected officials signed the Declaration for the Right to Libraries during the month of February.
Spend Spring Break at your library! Come create, stretch, dance, and play. Highlights are listed here, and some events require registration.
Beginning Saturday, March 8, help us reuse and recycle the library's old magazines. Past issues will be free on a first-come, first-served basis in the Main Library Lobby.
The latest addition to our digital services is IndieFlix. Use it to stream award-winning shorts, feature films, and documentaries.
Join us for Shockingly Modern: 20th Century Modernist Architecture, a three-part series of free lectures presented in collaboration with Pleasant Home Foundation.
James Madigan, Assistant Director for Administrative Services, celebrates 20 years of outstanding service to the library and the community. Thank you Jim!