@home is a journey to the invisible communities of people living without permanent housing. It explores the causes of homelessness and the complexities of living on the street, through the eyes of homelessness advocate, Mark Horvath.
Craving some friendly competition and delicious foodie fun? Join us for an evening of bingo with multiple rounds of prizes for adults who love to eat, drink, and spell B-I-N-G-O.
No registration required, just be ready for an epic bingo showdown.
Professor Munman will present an overview of Rembrandts career, from the visually bold canvases of his youth, to the magisterial self and group portraits of his maturity, to his deeply felt interpretations of Biblical narratives.
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 receive a comprehensive analysis of their performance on the test, detailing individual strengths and weaknesses.
Space is limited so registration is required. Registration begins Saturday, July 19.
Students should bring two #2 pencils and a calculator.
Meet Oak Park author/artist Roberta L. Raymond and see her newly published children's book. Amy and the Amaryllis was written by Roberta L. Raymond and illustrated in light and lively watercolors with pen and ink. The book is designed by James Groll and is published by the Garden Club of Oak Park and River Forest. Books will be available for sale and signing for $20.
Meet Dave Revsine, lead studio host for the Big Ten Network, who will share stories from his book, The Opening Kickoff: The Tumultuous Birth of a Football Nation.
Let's sing! We'll play Frozen on the big screen and want to hear you singing along with Anna, Elsa and Olaf. Costumes encouraged, but not required. (PG, 103 minutes)
Celebrate the 70th anniversary of WWII's Battle of the Bulge which happened in December 1944. Hear the stories and walk in the footsteps of American soldiers who battled against Hitler's forces 70 years ago.
Each year, the Barbara Ballinger Lecture brings an accomplished author to speak in Oak Park. Hosted by the Friends of the Oak Park Public Library, this public event is free, honoring Ms. Ballinger and her 32 years of library service in Oak Park, including 24 years as head librarian.
2014 Presenter: Marilyn Johnson
The Oak Park and River Forest High School show choir, Noteworthy, 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!