During the 2015-16 school year, Dr. Carol Kelley will host an online Superintendent's Book Club for the entire community that will feature selections that highlight her educational philosophy and approach to managing District 97.
Want to see something amazing, something incredible, something hilarious? Be prepared because Dennis DeBondt delivers. Ages 4+. Registration necessary.
Get ready to dance, sing, and celebrate the coming of a new year with The Dreamtree Shakers! This show features diverse instrumentation, visual surprises, and creative movement. All ages.
Oak Park Photography Club meets twice monthly, the second and fourth Monday evening at 7 p.m. at the Main Library.
All skill levels are welcome. Call Debby Preiser at 708-697-6915.
Sing along to spirituals, blues, jazz, and freedom songs with Old Town School of Folk Music's Shanta Nurullah! Learn more about the people who created these musical styles through an engaging, interactive performance. All ages.
Learn the importance of first impressions, and how to present yourself to the potential employer. We will review tips and techniques to help you prepare for job
interviews. Presenter: Joselyn Rollerson, Chicago Federation of Labor Workers
Learn about traditional Chinese culture and dances. See a demonstration of Chinese calligraphy. Celebrate the Chinese New Year (February 8) early: this program previews the Shen Yun dance performance coming to Chicago later in February.
Jump-start your way to a more positive attitude in 2016. Motivational coach Tom Kens shares the 10 fundamental practices you can use to live a healthier, happier life. Kens uses video, humor, drama, and testimonies to keep his audience hanging on every word.
Oak Park Photography Club welcomes photographers of all skill levels. OPPC meets the second and fourth Monday evenings of each month to share digital images and/or printed photographs. For more information, call Debby Preiser at 708.697.6915.
Learn about "Park Ridge: Rediscovering a Major American Arts Colony" with Karen Larsen, board member of the Kalo Foundation. This is the first of three architecture lectures presented by the Pleasant Home Foundation, in collaboration with the Oak Park Public Library.