Second Floor - Small Meeting Room

RAILS Digitization Workshop

Oak Park Public Library is hosting this free RAILS workshop. If you'd like to attend, please register with RAILS at http://www.librarylearning.info/events/?eventID=18169

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Ebook Boot Camp

Learn how to check out ebooks from the library's two ebook platforms, 3M and Overdrive! Bring along your Kindle, iOS, or Android device, or use one of the computers provided by the library for this hands-on class
To attend: you must bring your current Oak Park Public Library card and PIN number.

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Guys Read: Attack of the Metal Men

Well, robots can be friendly, too, right? Either way, our July meeting of Guys Read will celebrate androids, be they foe or friend.

Especially for boys going into grades 4 to 6. No pre-reading needed, just show up!

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"Writing Matters" Planning Group

Planning session for the "Writing Matters" event Sept. 13 with author Betsy Woodman.

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Art Reception: Photographer Eileen Molony

“Oak Parkers: A Portrait of a Village”exhibit by Eileen Molony will be on display at the Oak Park Public Library Art Gallery from Sept. 2-29. “Oak Parkers” is a series of 52 images that capture who and what Oak Park is but could be Anywhere, USA, according to Molony, an Oak Park resident herself.

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Art Reception: "Re-Discovering Reginald Mars"

Newly restored paintings by Oak Park artist Reginald Mars (1901-1973) featuring sports activities will be on display in the Oak Park Public Library Art Gallery in August. Originally installed in Ridgeland Common in 1968, these paintings depict sporting events within the community and were commissioned around 1962 when local architect Jack Barclay designed the building at Ridgeland Common. As time passed and the facilities were remodeled, the paintings were eventually put in storage.

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So You Want to Be a Tutor? (Session 4 of 4)

Get certified as a tutor! In collaboration with Triton College, we're offering a free, 2-day training course in tutoring and mentoring to interested teens and adults.

The training is nationally accredited in cooperation with the College Reading and Learning Association. It covers topics from active listening to ethics and will benefit new and experienced tutors alike.

After completing 10 hours of training and at least 25 hours of tutoring, you may qualify for certification that will be recognized by colleges and other agencies.

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So You Want to Be a Tutor? (Session 3 of 4)

Get certified as a tutor! In collaboration with Triton College, we're offering a free, 2-day training course in tutoring and mentoring to interested teens and adults.

The training is nationally accredited in cooperation with the College Reading and Learning Association. It covers topics from active listening to ethics and will benefit new and experienced tutors alike.

After completing 10 hours of training and at least 25 hours of tutoring, you may qualify for certification that will be recognized by colleges and other agencies.

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So You Want to Be a Tutor? (Session 2 of 4)

Get certified as a tutor! In collaboration with Triton College, we're offering a free, 2-day training course in tutoring and mentoring to interested teens and adults.

The training is nationally accredited in cooperation with the College Reading and Learning Association. It covers topics from active listening to ethics and will benefit new and experienced tutors alike.

After completing 10 hours of training and at least 25 hours of tutoring, you may qualify for certification that will be recognized by colleges and other agencies.

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So You Want to Be a Tutor? (Session 1 of 4)

Get certified as a tutor! In collaboration with Triton College, we're offering a free, 2-day training course in tutoring and mentoring to interested teens and adults.

The training is nationally accredited in cooperation with the College Reading and Learning Association. It covers topics from active listening to ethics and will benefit new and experienced tutors alike.

After completing 10 hours of training and at least 25 hours of tutoring, you may qualify for certification that will be recognized by colleges and other agencies.

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Where:

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