Thursday, 7/24, 7 PM The Colonel, Bertha, Ada and Minna, “The Everleigh Sisters”, and Hizzoner, are just a few of the larger than life “Movers and Shakers” that made Chicago, Chicago. See them come alive in this presentation by Hy Speck, teacher, docent, tour guide, and historian.
Saturday, 6/21, 2 PM Learn how to maintain your edible garden and keep pests and insects away with natural and organic means. Presented by Debbie Kong, a certified Master Gardener and Master Composter.
Sunday, 2/23, 2 PM Lecturer Marcy Kubat presents the little-known story of Robert T. Lincoln, first-born son of Abraham and Mary Lincoln. Based on the biography Giant in the Shadows by premier Lincoln scholar Jason Emerson, Kubat will help bring this enigmatic figure to life!
Thursday, 7/18, 1:30-2:30 PM Drop in to the library for our eReader Lab. We’ll show you how to download free ebooks from the library and as well as help you figure out the basics of navigating your eReader (iPad, Kindle, Nook or Android device).
Saturday, 3/2, 12:30 pm and 3:00 pm RFPL welcomes back the second annual One Earth Film Festival this Saturday. We’ll be hosting screenings of the films Split Estate and Bag It. Sponsored by Green Community Connections, this year’s One Earth Film Festival will screen and discuss 40 films in over 20 locations throughout Oak Park, […]