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Become a Friend of the Library!

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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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Mystery novels & recipes!

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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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Let’s Talk Meal Prep offered this September

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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Bad Art Night @ the Library

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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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Join us for your new book club!

There are a lot of benefits to being in a book club. Meet fellow book worms, discover new genres and authors, share your favorite reads. Want to join a book club, but don’t know where to start? Check out the four book clubs going on at the Enid Public Library! Great American Bestsellers Book Club…

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LTAIO: The Oklahoma Experience: Re-Visions

It’s time for Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma: a scholar-led, book discussion series! The Oklahoma Experience: Re-Visions This year’s theme is The Oklahoma Experience: Re-Visions. We’ll be reading a series of five books that celebrate the diversity of Oklahoma, highlighting the regional and cultural differences found here. Oklahomans have grit; they have endured displacement, land…

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The House of Mirth: Great American Bestsellers Book Club

Explore the meaning of success, the demands of gender, and the limits of human freedom in Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth. The novel tells the story of Lily, a beautiful, unmarried woman who falls from the moneyed class to shabby gentility to poverty after the death of her father. Pick up a copy for…

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The Science of Gardening

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Is fake news killing your garden? Join us for a 12-week science-based gardening class! In this free video class from The Great Courses, we’ll talk about common problems that home gardeners face, and you’ll learn why the latest, well-meaning advice from your neighbor or online gardening group may not be the best approach. This class…

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Hygge Crafting Day

Hygge Crafting Day

Join us for a cozy come-and-go day at the library. We will turn the Great Plains Room into the perfect hygge atmosphere, complete with fireplace, cozy chairs, music, crafting, warm drinks, and soup. Children welcome when accompanied by an adult. Happy hygge!

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