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Images of Aviation: Midway Airport
Tuesday, October 6 at 7 p.m.
Midway Airport stands on one square mile of land nine miles southwest of the Chicago Loop. Once referred to as the world's busiest airport, it birthed the dreams of hundreds of thousands. Visitors, would-be fliers and air travelers hugged the cyclone fence of the south terminal and later, the observation deck of the north terminal ... and stood to watch in awe and wonder as the aerial ballet and a symphony of roaring radial and turboprop engines played out before them. Author, David Kent remembers Midway Airport tonight. Books will be available for purchase and signing.
Armenia, Old and New
Sunday, October 11 at 2 p.m.
Where can you find the world’s oldest winery and oldest surviving leather shoe? In Armenia---the land where Noah’s ark came to rest and from where you’ll find some of today’s best chess players. Come learn about this ancient land's history, music, dance and food and hear an inspirational story of survival.
Delicious Holiday Sides with Chef Kate
Thursday, October 15 at 7 p.m.
Taste the King of Casseroles, the sweetness of squash and the comfort of risotto to tantalize your palate. Chef Kate Bradley will prepare holiday sides that'll make you want to stride on over and enjoy. Limit of 60 and Orland Park patrons receive priority.
Ebooks & Digital Services
We offer a digital collection of audiobooks, movies, magazines, and ebooks available for download to your digital device. To use this service, you must have a valid Orland Park Public Library card.
The library's mission is to stimulate imaginations, educate, entertain, and welcome everyone. View the full mission statement here.
In collaboration with the Beijing Municipal Administration of Culture Heritage People's Republic of China, Beijing Xishan Dajue Temple Administration, Village of Orland Park, and The 21st Century Institute, the library offered its patrons a taste of the centuries old tea ceremony traditions of China. View photos and videos from this week long cultural exhibit which ran from August 10-14, 2015.