Can you write a complete story on a sticky note? Enter the contest during the Enid Author Fest on March 28 from 1:00 – 5:00 PM. Your story must fit onto the front of a 3″ x 3″ sticky note and must be your original work. Be sure to write your name and phone number…

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Our Citizenship Test Prep classes are back! Join us for this free 13-part series of classes. This series is for adults. What will students learn? These classes are designed to assist legal Permanent Residents through the naturalization process. Focus is specifically on the reading, writing, and civics portions of the interview. When do classes take…

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Eat Your Words Cookbook club is kicking off the new year with new (to you) ingredients or cooking techniques. Join us for the book club for food lovers. We’ll meet January 28 @ 6:00 PM.

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Learn to hand knit a chunky blanket! This is the perfect beginner’s project. The class is free, but participants will need to supply their own 140 yards of #7 jumbo yarn. Class is held January 31st at 5:30 PM. Registration is required. Register at mholmes@enid.org or 580-234-6313.

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We’re back with a meal prep class! This time, the library will be providing you with all the supplies and ingredients for FIVE freezer to crockpot meals! This excludes the chicken which participants will need to add at home. The class takes place January 21st at 5:30 PM. Registration is required for this event as…

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Hygge (pronounced Hue-Gah) is a quality of coziness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being. Some elements include coziness, being present in the moment, taking pleasure in small things, embracing equality, and expressing gratitude. It’s all the warm fuzzies of the season without the stress! From January 1st to February 29th,…

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Did you know about our Friends of the Library group? Who are they? The Enid Friends of the Library Club was established in 1938 by the Enid Carnegie library board member’s secretary, Mrs. Amy Carl. According to Mrs. Carl, the Friends were formed to: “maintain an association of persons interested in books, to increase the…

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Our next Eat Your Words Cookbook Club will be October 22nd at 6:00 PM, and the theme is mystery novels with recipes! This month, check out a mystery or other novel that includes recipes. Then, choose a dish to cook and bring in samples to share with the group. We’ll talk about the book and…

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Did you miss the last meal prep class? Never fear; here it is again! What is it? Learn to prep food like a pro with tips on planning, shopping, food safety, and nutrition. Participants will take away fact sheets and a meal. *Registration is required. To register, email mholmes@enid.org or call 580-234-6313. When is it?…

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Leave your talent at the door and create your own disasterpiece! What is Bad Art Night? Bad Art Night is all about forgetting to make something good while enjoying a night of fun and relaxation. All art supplies will be provided; Just bring bad art ideas! The “worst” place winner will also take home a…

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