The Walter E. Olson Memorial Library in Eagle River will welcome Chicago singer Mark Dvorak for a special musical presentation of “What a Wonderful World” Saturday, May 25, at 1 p.m.

Dvorak, who plays guitar, five-string banjo and 12-string guitar, has performed in 38 states and parts of Europe and Canada. He has released 17 albums and has won awards for both journalism and children’s music. 

He took home the Woodstock Folk Festival Lifetime Achievement Award in 2008, and received the Lantern Bearer Award from Fold Alliance International in 2013.

Dvorak is at work on his 18th recording project, “Let Love Go On,” due out later this year.

“At this stage of the game, I feel like I’m doing my best work,” said Dvorak. “I’m very excited about the new songs and CD.”

All ages are welcome to attend, but the concert is especially geared toward young listeners. 

For more information on the show, call the library at (715) 479-8070, visit olsonlibrary.org, or stop in at 203 N. Main St.

For more information on Dvorak and his music, visit markdvorak.com.