Adult Services & Programs


The adult services staff assists the public by answering questions at the reference desk, assisting with computers and the internet, offering readers’ advisory, and providing assistance with the many databases and online tools the library has to offer.

In addition to reference services, various programs and workshops are held throughout the year. All programs are free and open to the public, though some workshops may require registration due to limited space or supplies. Please check our monthly calendar for current programming.

  • Book Talk @ the Library explores a wide variety of styles and genres,  from the classics to contemporary best sellers. Join us the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm for lively conversation! Copies of each month’s book are available for checkout at the service desk. If all the copies are checked out, please ask to have a copy put on reserve for you.
  • Lifelong Learning Programs are held throughout the year on a wide variety of topics.
  • Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma, a book discussion series led by Oklahoma scholars.
  • Our Adults Play, Too! series gives us an opportunity (and permission) to play like a kid.
  • Sit & Stitch, held each Friday from 3:30-6:00 pm, is a chance to unwind and chat with other stitichers while working on individual projects.
  • Learn to Knit or Crochet on the second Saturday of each month at 10:30 am.
  • Homebound Book Service: the library provides a free delivery service to help those who are elderly or disabled and cannot get to the Library still check out books and other materials. Call 580-616-7183 for information or assistance.
  • Please check our calendar and monthly newsletter for current programs offered.