Build a better world with art, music and plenty more! Pre-literacy skills will be introduced with short books, songs and rhymes. Designed for children birth to 24 months, with caregiver support.
Learn about One Voice Movement , a global initiative that supports grassroots activists in Israel, Palestine, and around the world who are working to build the human infrastructure needed to create the necessary conditions for a just and negotiated resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Oak Park Village Mayor Anan Abu-Taleb will lead a meeting featuring Ezzeldeen Masri, One Voice Movement Regional Director, Joel Braunold, Alliance for Middle East Executive Director, and Samer Makhlouf, CEO of Zimam, a grassroots organization in Palestine that is leading the work in
Calling all budding engineers! Use our wooden blocks to build whatever your imagination can come up with.
We'll play Moana on the big screen and want to hear everyone singing along! Costumes encouraged. (PG, 2016, 107 minutes)
Conversation Cafe: Literacy Volunteers of Western Cook County
Build a better world with art, music and plenty more in this energetic program designed for children birth to age 6, with caregiver support.
Math, counting, science and nature are just a few of the topics we'll dig into as we learn about the world around us. An energetic program designed for children birth to age 6, with caregiver support. Held in Main Library Veterans Room.
Math, counting, science and nature are just a few of the topics we'll dig into as we learn about the world around us. An energetic program designed for children birth to age 6, with caregiver support.
Structured discussions and activities, paired with an episode of Mr.
Bootlegger's Daughter by Margaret Maron
Deborah Knott is an attorney and the daughter of an infamous North Carolina bootlegger. Known for her knowledge of the region's past and popular with the locals, Deb is asked by 18-year-old Gayle Whitehead to investigate the unsolved murder of her mother Janie, who died when Gayle was an infant. Deborah Knott series #1.
This class is designed for children with special needs ages 3 and up with caregiver support. Classes are structured with Boardmaker schedules and include fun picture books and songs, along with fine and gross motor movement activities. Special supports like lap weights and fidget toys are available to help children be successful. Siblings welcome.
Experiment! Play! Make slime or build a roller coaster! Ask questions and try new things in this teen-led, interactive science program for kids of all ages.
Drop in, no registration necessary.
Part of the Summer Teen Volunteer Program.
Parliamo Oak Park! Join us for a casual hour of open conversation with other Italian speakers. All levels are welcome!
Do you collect more books than you know what to do with?
A writers' group for fiction writers of all types and genres. Bring something yummy to share, your words, and words yet to be written. Each writer will get a chance to read their story, poem, or novel chapter and receive feedback from the group. Then we will WRITE! (We also eat since it's a feast!)
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