It may be the shortest day of the year, but the library will be filled with light and wonder. The whole family is invited for this craft celebrating the Winter Solstice. Ages 5+. Registration is required.
Meet President Abraham Lincoln, portrayed by Oak Park's own Kevin Wood! One of our nation's most beloved historical figures will talk about growing up on the frontier and becoming president. Ages 6+
Celebrate Groundhog Day, recycling, and books with this creative craft. Ages 7+.
Celebrate A.A. Milne's birthday with a sweet "Winnie the Pooh" themed party! Join the Sugar Beet Food Co-op to explore the wonder of honeybees, the hive, and their wonderful world of honey. Includes honey tasting and craft. Ages 3+.
Learn how to build robots that you can control with a smartphone in this STEM based program hosted by Susan Abraham. Ages 6+. Register today!
For the Readers on Your List...
Using vintage stamps, ribbons and card stock. We'll make book marks for the readers on your holiday gift list. Best for ages 8 and up.
This month's theme is all about new! Our Open Mic (er, podium) yearns for your yet to be published stories, experimental music, recently choreographed dances, trial comedy, and so much more.
We have 15 minutes for anyone who wants to present their latest creative endeavor. Treats to share are awesome, but we will provide munchies. Spectators are welcome and appreciated!
This month's theme is Fantastic February! February is a month exploding with Love and Black History! It is also the month for Pet Ownership Appreciation! All of this and more makes it a Fantastic month. Let's celebrate it with words, music, dance, and any other performance you want to share.
We have 15 minutes for anyone who wants to share their latest creative endeavor at our Open Mic / Podium. Treats to share are great though not required. Spectators are welcome & appreciated!
Murder in the Marais by Cara Black
When an elderly Jewish man approaches Aimée Leduc with a top-secret decoding job on behalf of a woman in his synagogue, Aimée unwittingly takes on more than she is expecting. She drops off her findings at her client's house in the Marais, Paris's historic Jewish quarter, and finds the woman strangled. First in the series.