Friends of the Oak Park Public Library Annual Meeting
Drop in and get crafty with some recycled materials! We'll have all sorts of supplies on hand; you bring the creativity and imagination. Best for ages 5+.
Calling all Oak Park teens ages 13 through 18 who want to build skills, engage talents, and give back to the community this summer. Come create, perform, and help others!
From April 3 through May 3, learn more and apply online for the library's Teen Summer Volunteer Program at oppl.org/teens.
Program runs June 8 through July 25.
For more information, contact Rachael Bild, Teen Services Librarian, at 708.452.3471 and email@example.com
Get acquainted with Windows computers during this introductory class. Learn how to manage multiple windows, how to create and save documents, and how to navigate folders. This is the perfect class for beginners.
Join Mr. Ian as he shows us some wonderful and easy-to-make origami patterns. Each month we'll learn a new pattern. Best for ages 7+. Paper will be provided.
Instructors from Terra Incognito will help you make your own clay masterpiece! Best for ages 5+. Registration necessary.
Each month the aMAZEing Art program displays the work of a local artist providing inspiration for our community. In addition to sharing her artwork with us, Cheryl Ann Spran will host a Family Program - Painting with Pastels on Saturday, March 21. Learn more and register now at http://oppl.org/calendar
Conducting condominium board/association business.
The Oak Park Area Arts Council has asked Tieshka Smith to present her "Introduction to Grant Writing" Workshop for the public on Friday, Feb. 27 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in the Small Meeting Room.
This session is designed to provide participants with a helpful roadmap on how to plan and write competitive program or project grants. By the end of the workshop, participants will have the tools to:
-Identify appropriate sources of funding support
-Document community need for a proposal program
-Document the important aspects of their program's design