The Oak Park Area Arts Council (OPAAC) is in the works of building an inclusive online art directory for the Oak Park & River Forest communities. This site will allow a student or parent to go online & be greeted by a comprehensive guide encompassing available classes, camps, lessons, and events. The OPAAC recognizes the […]CONTINUE READING →
The Oak Park Area Arts Council is looking for a name to call our new project. The OPAAC is creating an all inclusive art directory for the Oak Park and River Forest communities at the request of the Women Leaders in Philanthropy of the Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation. The directory will include an accessible […]CONTINUE READING →
Thanks to all who attended the OPAAC Annual Meeting Tuesday night at Pleasant Home. CONGRATULATIONS to all of the 28 ArtsFunds grant recipients! SPECIAL CONGRATS to the Community Bank of OP&RF Best in Class recipients who were honored for the Best in Resilience, Reinvention and Wonder!:Oak Park Art League, Oak Park Festival Theatre and PING! […]CONTINUE READING →
Local musician, Mark Dvorak will present Leading & Following, a workshop at the Folk Jam for the Plank Road Folk Music Society. Info: http://markdvorak.com/news–buzz/leading–following–the.html.
Studio 8, 1125 Garfield in Oak Park, invites you to their Multi-Vendor Vintage Flea Market from 10 am-5 pm.
Forest Park Public Library, 7555 Jackson Blvd. in Forest Park, presents Deram Masters: Helen Keller at 4 pm. Learn about the true story of an advocate for deaf and blind people. Ages 5+. Info: http://bit.ly/29pAhLH.
Oak Park Public Library, 834 Lake St. in Oak Park, presents Kathleen Turner, author of Canary In the Coal Chute from 2-4 pm. Info: 708-383-8200.
Forest Park Public Library & the Forest Park Community Garden presents Bee Basics with Chicago Honey Co-Op at6:30 pm at the Forest Park Public Library, 7555 Jackson Blvd. in Forest Park. Learn about the wonderful world of bees & urban beekeeping in the outdoor Forest Park Community Garden. Info: http://bit.ly/294HPnD.