There will be dancing, new music, poetry and, of system, visible art as the Oak Park Art League (OPAL) celebrates its 100th anniversary. 

“I prepared the year holding in brain that our group has strike all individuals disciplines at some stage in our historical past,” explained Jill Kramer Goldstein, executive director of OPAL.

Kramer Goldstein reported she took a dive into the archives and uncovered pamphlets exhibiting they danced at OPAL in the 1930s and 1940s (There have been notes that said  “Don’t dance way too tricky on the flooring.”) and they did poetry readings in the 1970s. “We’re genuinely spending homage to the past, but in a present-day way,” she reported.