Yes, we’re open!
Honor the memory of Martin Luther King Jr. as a day on, not a day off this Monday, January 20.
Looking for ways to serve your community on MLK Day? Use the Corporation for National & Community Service search tool to find local volunteer opportunities »
Join us at the Main Library
For all ages
Cradles to Crayons Donation Drop-off, 10 am-1 pm
Donate new and like-new children’s essential items to Cradles to Crayons, a nonprofit that provides children living in low-income and homeless situations with the essential items they need to thrive—at home, at school, and at play.
Quilting for Peace, 1:30-3 pm
Drop in and help add your wishes of love and peace to our collaborative quilt project. There will be options suitable for preschool through high school.
Leading Edge Barbershop, 1:30-5 pm
Stop by for a fresh cut, join in the conversation, and make connections. While there is no online registration, a sign-up sheet will be available when the barbershop is open.
Living History Project, 5:45-7:45 pm
Cultivate social and critical thinking skills, develop research skills, learn about the histories of social movements in the U.S., and gain public speaking experience. Best for youth in grades 6-12.
Read & learn from anywhere
Learn more about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life and legacy with digital resources you can access with your Oak Park library card and PIN:
- Read biographies and more on Hoopla and Libby.
- Discover more about his life in the Biography Reference Bank »