Tap dancing at the Oak Park library

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By J.Geil

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Reggio "The Hoofer" McLaughlin was on hand at the Oak Park Public Library to demonstrate his tap dancing skills for children and their parents on Monday. Reggio invited kids to come up on stage and dance.

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Sharon from Oak Park Public Library  

Posted: January 26th, 2012 1:43 PM

Violet - Yes! A piece of Oak Park Public Library's mission is to provide the space and opportunities for people to gather and connect. We see ourselves as a cultural center working in relationship to create a vibrant web of community activity. Find our mission, vision, and link to our current strategic plan at <a href="http://oppl.org/about/library-information/mission-vision">http://oppl.org/about/library-information/mission-vision</a>.

Mister MOJO  

Posted: January 20th, 2012 2:05 PM

Libraries have morphed into further serving their communities. Artists inspire kids. Reading and writing are side effects. Bravo to every library who serves the Arts to their patrons.

Violet Aura  

Posted: January 18th, 2012 9:38 PM

I am just curious about something: have libraries morphed into community centers? I ask this because I have noticed all kinds of activities which don't involve reading taking place in libraries, although dancing is a new one on me.

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