See the work of the talented art faculty at Oak Park-River Forest High School in the exhibit titled 117 Years of Teaching Art at the Oak Park Public Library Art Gallery through Friday, Jan. 30. The faculty artists include Department Chair Melinda Novotny, with the other art teachers Sandy Campbell, Michelle Carrow, Mark Collins, Pennie Ebsen, and Tracy VanDuinen. A variety of media, painting and photography, and a variety of subjects are represented in the show.
This is an educational seminar summarizing the scientific marriage research of John Gottman, PhD, with 3,000 couples over 30 years.
We're asking for advice in this month's Idea Box.
Share, Steal or Forget it. October 2- October 28.
This is an annual party for Friends Volunteers to thank them for their help with the Book Fair.
Join storyteller/music teacher Miss Pat in this special class in which music and language partner to uncover new ways to say I love you." Get ready to sing, bounce, tickle, sway, rock, and tap your toes to childrens songs from Sweden, New Zealand, Scotland, France, and America! For babies up to 18 months with a caregiver. Register in person, online at oppl.org/events or by calling 708.386.9032 beginning July 18.
Come sing, dance, and play instruments with storyteller/music teacher Miss Pat! This lively class will have your child wiggling, leaping, hopping, and finding silly ways to move, all while boosting his or her independence. For kids 1 1/2 to 3 1/2 with caregiver. Register in person, online at oppl.org/events or by calling 708.386.9032 beginning July 18.
We're celebrating our volunteers and thanking them for their efforts. Current library volunteers and their guests are welcome.
Interested in volunteering at the library? Learn about the opportunities and apply online.
Benefits Open Enrollment