What's Happening In Evergreen Park


Yak & Yarn ~ Tuesdays (November 3, 10, 17 and 24) at 6:30 pm
Evergreen Park Public Library Via Zoom. Meeting ID:  843 3795 8438

Grab & Grow: Plant Propagation ~ November 2 to 6

The Grab & Grow program in November is Holiday cactus.  Please register for just one month to ensure more people can learn how to propagate!

Plant propagation is the process of collecting clippings from one plant to grow an entirely new one. Please register in advance for this program in order to receive a kit with everything you need to start your new plant. Once the cuttings are prepared, you will be contacted and must pick up between November 2 and 6.

Note: Limited supplies so only 30 registrants. Those on the waitlist will be notified in the order of registration if extra cuttings become available. If you cannot pick up your cutting between November 2 and 6, please call 708.422.8522 to release it to the next person.  Evergreen Park Public Library

Medicare and ACA Enrollment Assistance ~ Tuesday, November 17, 10 am to 2 pm
Medicare Annual Enrollment Period ends December 7. The Health Insurance Marketplace Open Enrollment Period is from November 1 to December 15. Make a phone appointment with EP resident Joyce Bonner to get answers, referrals, and resources to make an informed decision. Call the Evergreen Park Public Library Reference Desk at 708.422.8522, ext.132 to make your phone appointment
Adult Coloring Contest ~ Until November 18
Coloring sheets and entry forms can be picked at the library or click here to download a pdf. Two winners will be chosen and announced on November 19. Evergreen Park Public Library
Fleetwood Mac: The Chain Broken with Gary Wenstrup ~ Thursday, November 19, 6:30 pm
Due to COVID concerns, this program will be only on Zoom and not in the library.
Gary will trace the band’s career fascinating career and journey of failed romantic relationships that fueled music of intensity and warmth. Register at the Evergreen Park Public Library
WITS Workout ~ Thursday, November 19 from 1 to 2 pm

Give your brain the workout it needs to stay sharp. Participate in interactive brain teasers, games, and puzzles that get you thinking, because coming together and learning new things is good for your noggin! Recommended for older adults. 

You must register in advance with your email so that the corresponding documents can be emailed to you prior to the program. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom meeting ID & password. Evergreen Park Public Library


Barry Butler ~ Thursday, December 3rd at 6:30 p.m.

Chicago Photographer Barry Butler will talk about his new book:  Chicago - A City Above All. Book of Photography, which features his amazing photographs of the beautiful city of Chicago.
Click here to watch a video of Mr. Butler at work.
Click here to order a copy of his book.
Click here to register for the Zoom meeting through the Evergreen Park Public Library.