Join us for 2 hours of online trivia night from the comfort of your home! The winner will receive a $20 gift card to a Palos Heights restaurant. Those interested in participating will register on the library's event calendar and will receive an emailed link to participate on the Zoom platform. This program is limited to the first 35 who register here.
In this living-history performance, historian Leslie Goddard, Ph.D., portrays Georgia O'Keeffe, the legendary artist and modernist, and reflects on her life and her intense closeness to flowers, nature, and the landscape around her homes in New Mexico. What emerges is a complex person whose mythmaking encompassed both her art and her life.
Art Historian Jeff Mishur explores the 1909 Plan of Chicago authored by visionaries Daniel Burnham and Edward Bennett, who shaped the city and suburbs for generations of residents and visitors to enjoy. Learn about the full scope of the plan and its relationship to European and American precedents and follow the transition from the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition to the City Beautiful Movement.
Picnic season is here! Gardens and local farmers markets are bountiful with great vegetables and fruits. Join Chef Susan Maddox to learn tricks and techniques for preparing delicious recipes with culinary ease.
The Cook County Department of Environment & Sustainability's Community Outreach Coordinator, Kate Carney, will join us to discuss the basics of Household Hazardous Waste and how to make your own Green Cleaning Products. Q&A to follow.
Travel virtually throughout Chicagoland with Beth Sair, passionate historian and retired educator, as she shares some of Chicagos newest murals with you. Learn unique details about Chicagos mural history and uplifting elements about the artists and their mural projects that feature communities, celebrities, and whimsical characters.