In order to fill a current vacancy on the Library Board, the Orland Park Public Library Board of Library Trustees is seeking a resident of the Village of Orland Park to serve out the remainder of a term on the Library Board of Trustees. The current term runs through April 2017. More information about the position.
Stan "Tex" Banash provides a brief overview of his book Roadside History of Illinois and discusses the history of the Prairie State from the Ice Ace to the present, offering a window into the state's seven regions. Take a trip with Stan on the Illinois roads less traveled.
Sunday, June 7 from 1-4 p.m.
Concerts, crafts, and free treats! Children, teens and adults are welcome. Patrons of all ages may register in person for the Read to the Rhythm Summer Reading Challenge at any reference desk in the library. Learn more about the Summer Reading Challenge.
April 1-June 30
From Generation to Generation: Folk Arts of Illinois integrates the arts and stories of Illinois to create a visually engaging and educational perspective on the state’s cultural heritage. Telling the stories of ten artists, the featured art forms represent a wide variety of traditions such as duck decoy carving, Irish fiddle, Mexican murals, and African American quilts. Explore the multi-panel exhibit on the second floor.
We offer a digital collection of audiobooks, magazines, and ebooks available for download to your iPod, MP3 device, Nook, Kindle, Sony Reader, or home computer. To use this service, you must have a valid Orland Park Public Library card.