Updated: June 16, 2013 6:17AM
Here are events worth getting out of the house for on May 15.
Suggestions include Chicago Heights, Orland Park and Evergreen Park.
TEEN SAFETY: Chicago Heights Public Library, 25 W. 15th St., will present this program at 3:30 p.m. A Chicago Heights police officer will teach teens personal safety tips. Information: (708) 754-0323, chicagoheightslibrary.org.
HEALTHY EATING FOR CHILDREN: Orland Township, in partnership with Exercise Nutritional Health!, hosts this free program at 4 p.m. at 14807 S. Ravinia Ave., Orland Park, for parents and fifth- to eighth-graders. Participants can prepare and sample healthy snacks. Registration is required at (708) 403-4222. Information: orlandtwp.org.
DAN BROWN: Evergreen Park Public Library, 9400 S. Troy Ave., hosts a live stream featuring this No. 1 international best-selling author at 7:30 p.m. He will be at Lincoln Center in New York to speak about his new novel, “Inferno” (Doubleday), as well as science, religion, codes, book publishing and moviemaking. This will be his only public appearance. Copies of “Inferno” will be $20 each at the event. Registration: (708) 422-8522, evergreenparklibrary.org.