Noteworthy, the award-winning show choir of Oak Park and River Forest High School, is a highly selective group of singers, dancers, and live band members. Join us for a performance sure to make you want to stand up and cheer!
Your table is reserved! Find a quiet place to study through the end of finals week.
High school students can sign up for this free, fully proctored, full-length practice ACT test sponsored by Kaplan Test Prep. Students will learn what to expect in a test-like environment and will receive a comprehensive analysis of their performance on the test, detailing individual strengths and weaknesses.
Space is limited, so registration is required. Register now. Students should bring two No. 2 pencils and a calculator.
Residents are invited to this public forum with Village President Anan Abu-Taleb for discussions about current issues facing the Village.
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.
you have arthritis, migraines or cancer, you understand how disruptive
pain can be to daily living. Oak Park Public Library has invited medical
experts with diverse
perspectives, including representatives from Rush Oak Park Hospital, to discuss pain
management options and the use of medical marijuana in alleviating pain.
Learn more about various approaches in tackling pain during this
John McKinnon, Program Director of the Society for Contemporary Art, The Art Institute of Chicago, will demonstrate how an artwork can be analyzed in three
distinct ways: production, the object, and reception. The overview will include