Join us for a screening and discussion of "Being Mortal," a PBS Frontline film that originally aired in 2015.
For caregivers with young children. Toys and books will be provided for babies and toddlers while grown-ups participate.
Get help crossing off those bucket list items by saving the dollars to accomplish them!
Explore some of our favorite saving and investing apps in this interactive class. Bring your own device or use a library computer.
How can we examine our own unconscious biases as an important step in understanding the roots of stereotypes and prejudice in our society? How can our individual actions transform our collective impact on the diversity we value?
Continue the conversation about race, class, and democracy inspired by the 2016 summer selection for One Book, One Oak Park.
Returning from July's original panel discussion are author, George Bailey, journalist, teacher, and filmmaker, Stan West, and principal and co-founder of the Village Leadership Academy, Nakisha Hobbs.
For caregivers with young children. Toys and books will be provided for babies and toddlers while grown-ups participate in a library-led book discussion about Between the World and Me, a National Book Award-winning title, in which Ta-Nehisi Coates takes on American history and ideals to explore the most intimate concerns of a father for his son. He offers a powerful new framework for understanding our nation's history and current crises.