Come play! LEGO and DUPLO provided.
Beep! Bop! Boop! Gear up
to learn all about robots in this digital storytime. Stories and songs are
paired with like apps and digital library tools. Best for ages 2-6.
For the 4-6 year-olds, stick around afterwards to learn and play with
hands-on Bee-bot robots for a short, age-appropriate introduction to coding.
Join Jenny and Katie from Paper Lantern for Chinese language music and stories! Best for ages 3-5.
David Fisher has been performing this interactive and engaging jump-rope show all over the world for 22 years. Come and see him jump rope while sitting on the ground! Good for the whole family. Registration required.
Learn all about the history of the Olympics. In this theatrical balloon stage show, audience members will become part of a hilarious summer games. This show features magic, comedy, and giant balloon props. Good for all ages. Registration required.
All library buildings are closed for the holiday, so we're celebrating outside! After the Village of Oak Park's July 4 parade, join us outside Dole Branch for a special concert at the end of the parade route.
Natalia Alarcon will help your young dancer bring their favorite stories and characters to life as they learn basic ballet and other dance concepts. This 3-week series of classes is for ages 3-6. Register now for each session you'd like to attend.
All sessions in this 3-week series start at 10 am at the Main Library:
- Friday, June 17
- Friday, June 24
- Friday, July 1
Learn about new apps to help your child be prepared for the first day of kindergarten and beyond. Stories and songs are paired with apps and digital library tools. Best for kids entering kindergarten.
In a galaxy far, far away, a special storytime is taking place. Join us for an action-packed storytime filled with spaceships, stormtroopers, and lightsabers! May the force be with you! Best for ages 3+.
Let the magic begin! Join us for a mystical storytime filled with laughter, fun and imagination! Followed with a unicorn-themed craft. Best for 3+.
This event will also be taking place at the Main Library on Tuesday, August 9 at 10:30 am.