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. Tom utilizes video, humor, drama and testimonies to keep his audience hanging on every word.
Residents are invited to this Public Forum with Village President Anan Abu-Taleb for discussions about current issues facing the Village.
Library Board and Leadership Team Meeting and Dinner
As one of Chicago's premier song stylists, Jamie O'Reilly is known for the lilting cry in her voice and powerful interpretations of ballads and songs for the stage. A rich, aural tradition of singing that Jamie learned from her Aunt Dorothy and her mother contributes to her signature vocal style. Jamie's musical tastes and material range from period songs, grand waltzes, and parlor songs of the 1890s to chamber music, Irish ballads, and Andalusian folk songs.
Hear newly written material from Oak Park Writers Group authors.
You've had job interviews, but you haven't gotten an offer. In this seminar, you'll learn what qualities, in addition to job skills, hiring managers are looking for so that you can better prepare and boost your chances of obtaining a job offer. Presenter: Edward T. Ozga, Job Readiness Manager, Prevail.
Residents are invited to this public forum with Village President Anan Abu-Taleb for discussions about current issues facing the Village.
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japan in December 1941, all Japanese-Americans living on the West Coast were forced from their homes and into relocation camps in remote areas of the country. Among the more than 120,000 Japanese-Americans who were incarcerated, over two-thirds were American-born, and many were children.
Historian and librarian Sarah Okner, a descendant of internees, shares photos and details of daily life in an internment camp, and the profound effects it had on those living there.
Oak Park Photo Club members meet twice monthly to share digital and print photos. All skill levels welcome. Call Debby Preiser at 708.697.6915 for more information.
Meet River Forest author Jane Morocco and see vintage photographs from her book, Trailside Museum: The Legend of Virginia Moe.
The Italianate mansion that is now Trailside Museum was built in 1874 by Abraham Hoffman, a Chicago businessman. Four years later, the Hoffmans established a ladies' seminary for upper-class young women; the mansion later became a boarding school for wayward boys.