Messy Mondays

Ready to get messy?  Join us on the second Monday of each month and we’ll get messy together.  Messy activities will include art, cooking, and hands on activities.  Calling all elementary kids to join the fun on the following dates: September 11th, October 9th, November 13th, and December 11th.  We’ll be getting messy at 4:00 […]

Learning Circle: The Vietnam War

Join us on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday at 1:30 pm beginning Sept. 13 as we explore one of the most divisive military efforts in United States history. A subject of widely-differing opinions at the time, the controversy rages still today over whether or not American should have involved itself in this bloody and hard-fought […]

Does Climate Change Your Plate?

This 3-part series explores how climate change affects beef prices in the grocery store.  Based upon a multi-state nine-year research effort, The Great Plains Grazing Project traces the effects of our changing weather patterns upon cattle, forage, crops, rainfall, temperature, and ultimately the consumer’s wallet. Study participants include Oklahoma State University, Kansas State University, NOAA, […]

Builders Club

It’s time to gear up for our building club.  Come and use your creativity and join us as we use Legos and other building materials to construct and build.  Sometimes we will have free build and other days we will build towards a theme.    We will be meeting the 1st and 3rd Monday of […]

STEMpede to the Library

Do you love science, technology, engineering, and math?  Then STEMpede on down to Enid Public Library and join us for hands on activities.  This hands on class will take place on the 4th Monday of each month.  Elementary kids are invited to join us at 4:00 in the Great Plains Room.  Mark your calendars for […]

Space Camp

Join Enid News and Eagle’s Space Out Editor,  Joe Malan as he enlightens us about the many mysteries of space.  Joe has a degree in physics and loves astronomy.    This new club is for elementary children and  meets the second Wednesday of each month at 4:00.  Join us on September 13th, October 11th, November […]

August Adult Programming Newsletter

August 2017 Dear Readers, I hope that your summer is going well and that you are finding “cool” things to do. We’ve had a successful summer so far with 863 children, 165 teens, and 114 adults registered for the Summer Reading Program. We had 71 entries into the adult contest and gave away 9 bags […]

Solar Eclipse Party

Did you know that the total solar eclipse on August 21st will be the first total solar eclipse in the US in 38 years?  A solar eclipse is a lineup of the sun, moon, and earth.  Everyone in the continental US will be able to at least see a partial eclipse this year.  If you […]

Recycled Robots

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.  We will put these words to good use as we come together to make recycled robots.  What do you think you will be able to make from boxes, lids, tubes, magazines, screws, keys, and other treasures?  The possibilities are endless.  Join us on Tuesday, July 18th at 2:00 […]

Tai Chi at the Library

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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