Children's Fairyland is celebrating Black History Month with a spectacular visual display highlighting important people, time periods, and movements in the creating and shaping of Oakland’s rich history.
Graphic power: Celebrating 50 years of community posters/ Fuerza Gráfica: 50 Años de Carteles Comunitarios
By megankeaneJanuary 24, 2023
Take a look at our newly digitized collection of community posters. Please come celebrate with us on Saturday, January 28th at 2pm to unveil this exciting new resource.
Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions with OPL eResources
By camillepetersJanuary 20, 2023
It's a few weeks into the New Year—how are your resolutions going? Get a jumpstart with OPL's online learning resources!
10 Great Reasons to Read Fiction in January 2023
By christythomasJanuary 19, 2023
January is always a great month for new books, and this one is no exception! I hope you have room on your holds list.
Martin Luther King Jr. Film Festival
By seandickersonJanuary 12, 2023
AAMLO will celebrate the long legacy of Dr. King in Oakland, with an in person film festival on Monday January 16, 2023.
January 2023 Overview
By oplaliyahmJanuary 11, 2023
Welcome to January at the Oakland Public Library! We’re here to help you keep moving, speaking, and reading strong all month 💪 Come rain, snow, sleet, or shine
New Years Resolutions Made To Be Broken
By D Nichole BrownJanuary 6, 2023
Have to abandoned your New Years' resolution yet? If not, what are you waiting for? Cause New Year's Resolutions are made to be broken!
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