Help us celebrate the 100th birthday of Roald Dahl, author of such favorites as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The BFG. Register now.
Rumble, grumble...listen to those hungry bellies! We'll use fun songs, rhymes, stories, vocal play, instrument play, and focused listening activities to explore the theme of food, food, food. So get your musical appetite ready!
Pat Larson from the Kindermusik studio at 137 N. Oak Park Ave., Room 107, will lead this program. Ms. Pat has been teaching children's music and movement classes for six years. She has a degree in music and works professionally as an organist and church choir director.
See and discuss films showcasing Caribbean directors and screenwriters, in the second annual Chicago Caribbean Film Festival at the Oak Park Public Library. Held in conjunction with the Caribbean American Heritage Council and Diaspora Filmworks. Enjoy a pre-screening reception and a
Film historian Doug Deucher continues the NEA Big Read series of films with "In America," a film about an undocumented Irish family who struggles to start a new life in New York City. This 2003 film is directed by Jim Sheridan (105 minutes).
Film historian Doug Deucher continues the NEA Big Read series of films with "Avalon," a film which focuses on a Polish Jewish family building a better future for themselves in Baltimore of the late 1940s and 1950s. This 1990 film is directed by Harry Levinson (126 minutes).
Film historian Doug Deucher continues the NEA Big Read series of films with "El Norte, the story of a teenage indigenous
Mayan brother and sister who flee war-torn Guatamala and attempt to slip into
California without documentation.
This 1983 film is directed by Gregory Nava. (139 minutes).
Film historian Doug Deucher continues the NEA Big Read film series with "The Namesake," a story about the son of Indian immigrants who wants to break free from his family's traditions. This 2006 film is directed by Mira Nair (122 minutes).
Looking for a job has changed dramatically over the past few years; however, many still follow the rules of yesterday. Learn how to modernize your search in a way that works best with your own personal style. Presenter: Richard Williams, Career Services, Triton College. Register now.
Do you work from home? Do you crave some creative interaction every once in awhile? Then we're creating a co-working space just for you!
Free yourself from your living room and use the library to create and explore with like-minded entrepreneurs like yourself.
Grab a table and park yourself in the Veterans Room any time between 9 and 5. BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer), BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch).