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Sunday,May 31st, 1:30 p.m.,
Book Launch: What Remains, hosted by the Book Beat bookstore. Reading and signing by the young adult author Helene Dunbar
Thirsday, June 14th, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.,
Collage in the Style of Eric Carle, a Make-and-Take
art event, presented by Oak Park Arts and Cultural Comission.
Bring your paint shirt or smock. Meet in
Shepherd Park near the Tugboat. Please call (248) 691-7404 to RSVP. Everyone is welcome!
Today, Oak Park Library is more than a collection of books, periodicals, audio books and DVDs for the public to borrow. It has also developed into the communitys center for cultural events ranging from concerts and art exhibits to special childrens events. Moreover, todays patrons also have computer access to the holdings of 65 other area libraries.
The Library organizes various special programs for its patrons:
Story Time for children 26 year old
Adult Book Club
Summer Reading Program for school-age children
Adult Summer Reading Club
The Library houses more than 2,000 Russian language books.
It is a member of The Library Network, a consortium of 65 members libraries located in Wayne, Oakland, Livingston and Washtenaw Counties. The Library
has a free Wi-Fi Internet access.