Established in 1902, Oak Park Public Library has served its community for more than a century. Today the library reaches more than 50,000 residents in Oak Park, IL, with four locations: Main Library, Dole Branch Library, Maze Branch Library, and oppl.org. The large collection includes fiction and nonfiction titles, ebooks, audiobooks, movies, CDs, video games, magazines, newspapers, reference materials, online resources, and local history and author information. In addition, the Main Library is known for its impressive collection of permanent artwork, including pieces by local artists. For more information, visit oppl.org or call 708-383-8200.
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