Join the CMHB as we discuss how you can help reduce the impact of trauma on children, how to identify signs that a child or family is in distress, and how we can all work together to prevent trauma and violence in our community.
For the second consecutive year, Jukebox, a small vocal ensemble from Julian Middle School that is led by music teacher Andrew Seymour, earned a Division 1 rating and perfect overall scores from the judges during the Illinois Grade School Music Association Choir Contest.
Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry is a proud recipient of Darden's Restaurant Community Grants Program. Three local Darden restaurants, Olive Garden in North Riverside, Olive Garden in Schaumburg and The Capital Grille in Rosemont, each chose the Food Pantry to be the beneficiary of a $1,000 contribution from the Darden Foundation on their behalf.
Learn about the Oak Park River Forest's Food Pantry and the work that they do to help those in our community. Michele Zurakowski, the Food Pantry's Executive Director, will engage participants in thoughtful conversation following a short presentation.
When Oak Park schools are closed for Spring Break the week of March 24, 2014, Oak Park Public Library, 834 Lake Street, has plenty of opportunities for kids of all ages to create, move and play during free programs at three neighborhood library locations.