Posts by Margo

Scientific Secrets for a Powerful Memory

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Memory is crucial to navigating life, giving us the ability to reason, understand, and plan. The Enid Public Library will host “Scientific Secrets for a Powerful Memory”, a six-part video series from The Great Courses at 5:30 pm on the second and fourth Wednesday beginning in February and running through April. Through this course led by…

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February Adult Programs Newsletter

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The Winter Read 2018: January 1-February 28 Beat the winter blues by registering for the Winter Read, where participants “read to earn” entries into a contest. Participants will receive one entry for every five hours of reading (or listening to an audio book. Four winners will be selected at random from all entries received and…

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Journaling In the Stacks

Do you keep a journal or planner? Would you like to? Here’s your chance to get started. The Enid Public Library is pleased to announce Journaling in the Stacks, a new group that will meet monthly at the Library on the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 5:30-7:00pm. We will share tips and tricks to…

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Winter Reading Challenge

This cold weather is perfect for staying in and curling up with a good book and the Enid Public Library is here to help! We are holding an Adult Reading Contest from January 1 – February 28. Register and receive your reading log bookmark at the first floor service desk, then bring your completed bookmark…

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Tai Chi Wednesdays

Through gentle stretching and strengthening exercises we will work to improve balance, strengthen muscles, and prevent falls. This low impact, relaxing exercise class is appropriate for any skill level, even those who use walkers, wheelchairs, or scooters. Sessions will be led by Lesa K. Rauh, Garfield County O.S.U. Extension Educator. The free Tai Chi classes…

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Easy Yoga

The library is offering an Easy Yoga series on Tuesdays at 4:30 pm. This video-based class is appropriate for anyone wishing to increase strength and their sense of balance. The routines may be practiced with or without assistance of a chair.

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Adult Services Newsletter January 2018

Dear Readers, The coming year will be filled with activities for all ages at the Enid Public Library. Here are some highlights of upcoming adult programs and activities. As always these activities are free and open to the public. If you have any questions or comments about the activities listed please let me know by…

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Enid Author Fest March 3

Local author festivals provide an opportunity for authors with connections to this area to network and show or sell their work, and for the public to learn about the authors who are publishing right here in our neighborhood. Attendees can meet and greet some of the top writing talents in the region, sample their work,…

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Artist in Residence

The Enid Public Library is pleased to announce that Martha Draper will be an Artist in Residence this winter. Ms. Draper is a retired educator. She has B.S. and Ms. Degrees from Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Alva, Oklahoma. She has taught in public and private schools in Oklahoma, Kansas, California, Arizona, and New Mexico. She…

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Programs for Adults

Here are some highlights of upcoming adult programs and activities. As always these activities are free and open to the public. If you have any questions or comments about the activities listed please let me know. The Winter Read 2018: January 1-February 28 Beat the winter blues by registering for the Winter Read, where participants…

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