This February, join us in signing the Declaration for the Right to Libraries, a national movement supporting all that libraries offer their communities.
Hear about La Clemenza di Tito by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on Sunday, March 2, at 2 pm. Presented by the docents of Lyric's dedicated and award-winning Education Corp.
Let’s talk about it! Join Executive Director David Seleb on Feb. 25 or March 8 to share, to listen, to learn, and to create energy around directing change.
T.O. events are for kids in grades 4-6 to make cool things, be creative, learn something new and hang out with friends. Check out these late Winter event highlights.
Step up to the challenge, compete for glory, and support your library. Register your team now; admission is $40 per person.
This Wednesday Journal interview features David Seleb and Cyndee Landrum, both who share a preview of great things to come at the library.
Join us at your library for fun, free, educational programs, seminars and classes and more this February and March.
Free employment seminars and technology classes return this month to Main Library.
Find fresh, fun, free new programs, book discussions and more at Maze Branch Library.
Use your library card to load up on all kinds of free downloadable content: ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, music and more.
Library buildings close early at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 31, and will be closed all day Wednesday, Jan. 1. Regular hours resume Thursday.
Here are just a few ideas on how you can resolve to try something new at your library this year. We hope to see you soon!
Now through Dec. 31, the Main Library Lobby becomes a collection site for non-monetary donations to help our neighbors at the Oak Park Animal Care League.
Lori Pulliam will be in the newly created position of Manager of Branch Services and Customer Services.
To serve you better and complete vital upgrades, all computer servers will have planned and intermittent downtime throughout the morning.