Programs

Great American Bestseller Book Club Launches

The Enid Public Library is launching a new book club in September called the Great American Bestseller Book Club. This book club explores the relationship between popularity and quality in American fiction and how books have captivated and shaped America. Each week will feature a 30-minute presentation by Professor Peter Conn (Great Courses), followed by group…

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Monty Python After-Hours

Join us for an after-hours screening of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Costumes, props, and singing along are highly recommended. Prizes for a trivia contest and best costume. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Do you know the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?  

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Scarecrow Building Workshop

Learn how to make a scarecrow for your lawn using simple materials.  Several building styles will be demonstrated. Please register as this will allow us to have supplies for you to build the frame for your creation. This event is for all ages. One scarecrow per family, please.  Children must be accompanied by an adult.…

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Fall Activities for Teens at the Library

September brings the start of school and the beginning of a new activity schedule for teens at the library. Check the calendar each month for special activities and look for these activities each month. Anime Club – 2nd Monday at 4:00 Techy Tuesday – 2nd Tuesday at 4:00 YA Book Lovers’ Club – 2nd Thursday…

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Using Photos in Your Art Journal

Learn how to add photos to your art journal in this month’s class. Art journaling is a creative way to express one’s self utilizing mixed media materials such as writing, sketching, stamping, collage, etc. Attend this workshop and experiment with different mediums. Bring your existing journal or use one of ours. This workshop is for…

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Showtune Showdown Scheduled for August 3

Think you know your musicals? Prove it at the Enid Public Library’s Showtune Showdown. Compete as an individual or team during August 3 First Friday. We will have matches at 6:00, 6:30, 7:00, and 7:30. The competition will be hot, but don’t worry; we’ll have the snow cone machine fired up and ready to cool…

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Hamilton Paint Party August 9

Are you tired of patiently waiting? Join the Hamilton craze with a  follow-me paint party.  All materials are supplied for this free paint party. This event is for ages 16 & up, please. Limited to 12 participants. To register email or leave voice message to mholmes@enid.org or 580-616-7183 with your name, phone number, and email…

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Easy Yoga for Balance Returns to the Library

Falls are a leading cause of injuries for older Americans. According to the National Council on Aging, one in four Americans aged 65+ falls each year and falls account for more than 2.8 million injuries treated in emergency departments. However, falling is not an inevitable result of aging. The number of falls among seniors can…

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Lunch Bunch

Enid Public Library is teaming with Loaves and Fishes and Enid Parks and Recreation Department to provide free food, fun, and fellowship for any child birth to eighteen years of age.  Each Monday through Friday from 11:00-1:00, we will be at Champion Park providing activities and building relationships with children.  Children will have the opportunity…

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Book Marks: July Newsletter

July 2018 Enid Public Library Adult Classes, Workshops, and Events Greetings Readers, We continue to work on curriculum for fall and would much appreciate your input. Here is a link to a Google survey I’ve created to make it easy for everyone to participate. Everyone who completes the survey will be eligible for a prize!…

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