This library-wide program requires teamwork! Sign up at the
Adult Services, Teen, or Youth Services Desks to get put into your
winter-themed team. Read your picks for points, but earn extra
points by reading a book from the staff recommendation list. The
winning team will earn drawing slips to win a prize as well as
bragging rights for the rest of the year!
Sign up for the new Winter Reading Program on January 2, 2019.
T-Rexplorers Dinosaur Discovery Program
Saturday, January 19 at 2 p.m.
Get kids excited about science and nature with a T-Rexplorers program! Give them the opportunity to hold dinosaur bones like those seen in museums. Get a glimpse of what it’s like to go on a Paleontological dig with a “hands-on” encounter with authentic dinosaur fossils from different species like Triceratops and T-Rex.
Location: Room 104-Meeting Room
Monday, January 21 at 4 p.m.
Come learn coding basics and make your Ozobot robot move by color-coding its path. Limit 10.
Location: Youth Services Program Room
Monday, January 28 at 11:30 a.m.
The internet is where most people look for new opportunities, but how do you navigate all the available options and how do you effectively communicate with employers once you've decided to apply? Learn about resources and best practices to help you land a new job.
Location: Computer Lab
Book Club Central @ OPPL Book Discussion
Thursday, January 24 at 10 a.m.
Author Wayetu Moore joins Book Club Central via Skype to share perspective on her debut novel, 'She Would Be King.' Sarah Jessica Parker of Hogarth Press selected this extraordinary story of three Liberian exiles for the ALA.
State of Illinois Local Election Official’s Handbook
This is the State of Illinois Local Election Official’s Handbook for the 2019 Consolidated Elections issued by the State Board of Elections. The guide can be found at:
State of Illinois Candidate’s Guide.
The Orland Park Public Library Board of Library Trustees has two seats open on the April 2019 ballot.