TARDIS Art Night

Come watch the Dr. Who episode "Vincent and the Doctor," and make your very own TARDIS artwork using watercolor, colored pencil, or crayons. Afterward, we'll put your TARDIS masterpiece on display at the Maze Branch! Supplies provided. Best for ages 13+

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Toddler Playgroup

Join our open playgroup for 2s and 3s, with a caregiver. Enjoy some toddler toys and music, plus have fun and socialize with other children and adults!

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Toddler Playgroup

Join our open playgroup for 2s and 3s, with a caregiver. Enjoy some toddler toys and music, plus have fun and socialize with other children and adults!

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Finding Beauty

Discover beauty and art in your neighborhood! Antonia Ruppert, June's aMAZEing Artist, will lead us on a walk around Maze and instruct us on how to turn that inspiration into art. Bring your smartphone/digital camera and imagination to this creative, hands on workshop. For families.

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Architecture & Nature Photography Workshop

Let’s look at the details in Pleasant Home and the surrounding gardens. We will have fun and explore the property with your digital camera––getting close up, looking at your subject from different angles and finding points of interest in your compositions. Be prepared to take lots of photos during this hour long session. Ages 11-15. Location is Pleasant Home, 217 Home Ave, Oak Park.

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Public Forum with Village President Anan Abu-Taleb

Meet Oak Park Village President Anan Abu-Taleb, ask questions, get answers at this public forum.

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Teen Clue: Live Version

Join us after hours to play a live edition of Clue. Teens only.

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Words on Wednesday: "Moonwalking With Einstein"

Is it possible to go from forgetting where you put your car keys to the finals of the U.S. Memory Championship? Author Joshua Foer does just that, and explores the world of remembering. Join us to discuss this memorable read.

Copies of the book will be available at the Main Library a month before the discussion.

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Words on Wednesday: "The Optimist’s Daughter"

Set in the South, this story explores class, death and values through the conflict between Laurel, a middle-aged daughter of a judge, and her stepmother Fay. Join us to discuss this Pulitzer-Prize winning novel.

Copies of the book will be available at the Main Library a month before the discussion.

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