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Sensory Storytime with Miss Shelley
Sensory storytimes are geared for children with special needs, especially kids who may have a hard time sitting still or focusing in big groups. These storytimes will include stories and songs as well as large and small movement activities. A picture schedule will be used, and individual schedules and bean bag lap weights will be available. Best for ages 2 to 6. Questions and comments can be directed to Shelley at email@example.com.
More free events for kids at oppl.org/kids.
More About Oak Park Public Library Main Branch
Dating back more than 100 years, a storied history precedes the 2003 debut of the renovated, 104,000-square-foot library located at 834 Lake Street. What began as James W. Scoville's public-lending library in 1902, has turned into a full-service public institution that's gone through several expansions and renovations.
Today, Oak Park's library system serves approximately 53,000 people through three branches. The collection includes books for all literary tastes and an extensive multimedia collection. At the main branch, guests can peruse the creative works of local artists, partake in book club discussions or schedule a viewing of the library's special Ernest Hemingway collection. Check the website for a more updated schedule of its wonderful public programs and activities.