Open Makerspace

The library received two separate grants that enabled us to create a makerspace in our library. It contains many different types of tools and kits to assist our patrons in making various projects. We have sewing machines, wood working tools, soldering irons, circuitry kits, graphic design tablets, iPads, laptop computers, a cricut and other tools. […]

Monthly Programs for Teens

There are some great new programs for teens this fall, and some others will be returning. Check the  monthly calendar for specific times and dates. Anime Club is back and bigger on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 4:00. Bring your friends and watch your favorite anime episodes. Home School Teens is […]

Special Events for Teens

Enid has two school holidays in September, so there are two special activities planned. On September 1, at 2:00, we will be having a “Beauty and the Beast” movie singalong. Come singalong to the animated version of the movie you remember from your childhood. On September 22, there will be two Minecraft Drop In sessions, […]

New Activities for Home School Families

      Beginning in September the youth services department will be offering a twice monthly activity for home schooled children and teens.  These will be a series of fun educational activities. The students will be divided into two groups. Ages 6-10 will be with Karen and ages 11 and up will meet with Gloria. […]

Spring Break Bash @ the Library

      Don’t be bored during spring break. The library has some great fun planned for children and teens. Check this out: Monday       10:00    Movers& Shakers (PreSchool)              2:00     Movin & Groovin (Elementary)              2:00     Stop Action Movies […]

Sequoyah Author to Visit the Library

               Author Jonathan Auxier will be visiting the Enid Public Library on March 8 at 5:00 PM. Jonathan is a New York Times bestselling author of strange stories for strange children. His book, The Night Gardner, is on the 2017 Intermediate and Children’s Sequoyah Masterlists. His first book, Peter Nimble […]

New Makerspace Grant

The library applied for and received a One More to Grow STEM Grant which was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library and sponsored by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries in the amount of $1500. This money allowed us to purchase additional materials for our makerspace and to expand our STEAM (science, […]

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