Second Floor - Small Meeting Room

hoopla training

Get ready and get set with hoopla, the library's newest digital collection! Bring along your iOS or Android device, or use one of the laptops provided by the library for this two-hour long, hands-on class. Be sure to also have your current Oak Park Public Library card number and PIN with you and any other user names and passwords you might need to add the hoopla app to your device.

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GEMS: Girls Excelling in Math and Science

Girls entering grades 4-7 are invited to join our fabulous new STEM club. We will dream big, get messy, tinker with tech, and engineer our own inventions together. Activities include Candy Bridges, Spa Science, Crazy Contraptions and more! Meet some friends and discover how science is a BLAST! Space is limited. Register beginning July 3. Find more information at gemsclub.org.

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Sensory Storytime

For children with special needs and a caregiver. This program is designed for kids who may have a hard time sitting still or focusing in big groups. Stories, songs, and movement activities will be included. Best for ages 3+.

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Sensory Storytime

For children with special needs and a caregiver. This program is designed for kids who may have a hard time sitting still or focusing in big groups. Stories, songs, and movement activities will be included. Best for ages 3+.

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Sensory Storytime

For children with special needs and a caregiver. This program is designed for kids who may have a hard time sitting still or focusing in big groups. Stories, songs, and movement activities will be included. Best for ages 3+.

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OPAAC art reception

Art reception

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Reception for "TRESPASS: Exploring Urban Decay"

Meet artist/photographers Kari Neuliep, Bryan Northup and Jerry Olejniczak who have an exhibit of photographs titled "TRESPASS: Exploring Urban Decay" in the Library Gallery through July. The gallery is open seven days a week during regular library hours.

A reception for the artists will be Sunday, July 6, from 3 to 5 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public.

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Words of Wisdom: Oral Histories of Rural Illinois Women

Psychologist Jane Samuelson interviewed older women in Champaign County, Illinois, who experienced life as a farmer's wife for many decades and shared their stories.

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Engaging with Aging

What options are available to assist your aging parent? Where can mom and dad move and how will they get there?

These questions and more will be addressed by “Engaging With Aging,” a straightforward look at what’s involved in getting older and the types of resources that are available to help people manage the process at their own speed.

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I-Gov Meeting

I-Gov Meeting

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