Join us for a new web series on the last Friday of every month, when OPRF Museum historians answer your questions about Oak Park and River Forest history.
This month's episode will be on Friday, September 24 at 11 a.m. CDT. This month, Executive Director Frank Lipo will describe OPRF Museum's new exhibit of fine art and the story behind a unique bas-relief sculpture from a River Forest school. And Operations Manager Rachel Berlinski will share some new research into a portrait that has long been on exhibit at OPRF Museum.
This program is free for all and will last around 30 minutes. You must register in advance. Contact us on our website and tell us you would like to attend the live program. We will follow up with a link to join this Zoom meeting.
If you have an OPRF history question you'd like answered, click here and send it to us on our website. We will be preparing our answers in advance and may feature yours on a future show.
View past episodes of "Ask the Historians" on our YouTube channel.
This project was partially funded by a grant from the Rapid Response and Recovery Fund of the Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation.