Oak Park Public Library enhances the quality of life in our diverse community by providing the resources and services for lifelong learning and enjoyment, the space and opportunities to gather and connect, and by fostering a love of reading.
Here we will share sights and insights from those who work at the library.
West Suburban PADS Executive Director Lynda Schueler invites community members to view and discuss "@home" a documentary film by Mark Horvath, Thursday, Nov. 6, from 7 pm to 9 pm, at Oak Park Public Library.
At the Main Library on Oct. 15, meet Melissa Brown, Executive Director, Joseph Center, Illinois Small Business Development Center, who will cover the nuts and bolts of starting a business in Illinois. On Oct. 22, presenter Mark Ferguson, Lead SBA Economic Development Specialist, will show attendees how to access capital. On the evening of Oct. 29, attendees can learn new ways to leverage social media to expand and support their efforts. Learn more at oppl.org/calendar
Oak Park area readers can meet local authors and listen to them read from their new books, as well as shop for books, at the Local Author Book Fair on Saturday, Oct. 18, from 2 to 4 pm at the Oak Park Arms, sponsored by Oak Park Public Libarary and the Oak Park Arms.