Learn About Programs

Hand paints a sunset.
A patron pets a fluffy Labradoodle who pants happily.
A group of tweens and teens pose in a Stranger Things escape room.
Rows of people with laptops open listen to an instructor about coding.
Presenter stands beside a screen that reads: Rhapsody in Blue: The Music of George Gershwin.
Presenter talks to children about environmental responsibility.
A chameleon holds onto a stick as children look on in the background.
Librarian reads a pop-up book to two rapt children.
A group of people paint along to a video tutorial on a screen.

The Royal Oak Public Library has a variety of programming for all ages, and a library card is not required to attend! We welcome and encourage anyone from anywhere to attend whatever programs they find interesting. Some programs do recommend or require registration through our program calendar and will say so in the program description.

If you are interested in presenting a class, workshop or event at the Royal Oak Public Library please visit our Propose a Program webpage to view information and submit your proposal via the online form.