Orland Park’s Library Celebrates 75 Years With Music from its Birth Year (Video)

Basking in songs from the late 1930s, about 250 people came to help the Orland Park Public Library celebrate the milestone.

The is still thriving after 75 years.

About 250 came to a special performance in the library’s lobby in May, where Peter Oprisko and his band performed popular music from 1937, the year the library opened.

Mayor Dan McLaughlin offered his praise before the performance, with his 91-year-old mother along for the event. A resolution put through the Cook County Board of Commissioner by Commissioner Liz Gorman, honoring the library for their continued efforts, was presented as well.

 and provided food for the event.

Look for more 75th Anniversary events at the library this year by checking their events calendar, and read more about the library’s 75 years on their special anniversary page.

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