Teens

Summer Reading Registration

        Are you ready for a summer filled with reading and fun?  It’s time to get registered for the summer reading program.  This year’s theme is “Build a Better World.”  Registration starts on May 1st and will continue through June 15th.  Summer reading focuses on children, teens, and adults and encourages reading…

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Celebrate Earth Day on the Trail

Join us for a Great American Cleanup Oklahoma event on Earth Day April 22, picking up trash on the bike trail. We will meet at the Cleveland trailhead at 10:30 am, have a quick meeting at the shelter and then head out to be good stewards of our community. When finished we will meet up…

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Spring Break Bash @ the Library

      Don’t be bored during spring break. The library has some great fun planned for children and teens. Check this out: Monday       10:00    Movers& Shakers (PreSchool)              2:00     Movin & Groovin (Elementary)              2:00     Stop Action Movies…

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Sequoyah Author to Visit the Library

               Author Jonathan Auxier will be visiting the Enid Public Library on March 8 at 5:00 PM. Jonathan is a New York Times bestselling author of strange stories for strange children. His book, The Night Gardner, is on the 2017 Intermediate and Children’s Sequoyah Masterlists. His first book, Peter Nimble…

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Nailed It! String Art @ the Library

Feeling nostalgic for the 70’s? Create a beautiful string art heart at a make & take workshop on February 6 at 5:30 pm. All materials, tips, and tricks will be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring a hammer if possible. Seating is limited! RSVP by 2/1/2018 to 580-616-7183 or mholmes@enid.org to reserve your place.…

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2017 Enid Author Fest To Be Held March 4th

  Please join us on March 4th to celebrate books and the authors who create them at our inaugural author festival. The festival will host 40 authors with ties to Oklahoma and will feature readings, book selling and signing, and wonderful opportunities to network with readers and authors. The book genres represented include children’s picture…

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Adults Play, Too! Coloring Party Dec. 28 from 4:00-6:00 pm

Coloring is an activity we think of as being for kids. However, it can be beneficial for adults. Coloring helps us de-stress because when we focus on a particular activity, we focus on it and not on our worries. Coloring sheets and colored pencils will be provided. Supervised children are welcome.

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Fleece Mitten Workshop to be Held on December 21

Learn to make mittens from fleece. Please bring a sewing machine if possible. An alternate project will be available for those who choose not to machine sew. All items created will be donated to our Chase the Chill Oklahoma project.   Tweens, Teens, Adult. RSVP to 580-234-6313, mholmes@enid.org, or  the service desk at the library.

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Chase the Chill Oklahoma: A Winter Service Project Opportunity

“Chase the Chill” combines art, charity, and yarn bombing. The mission is to celebrate the art and beauty of knitting and crocheting, building community, generating positive interest in a location, and sharing with others. The Enid Public Library will kick off this winter’s service project “Chase the Chill Oklahoma” by offering free crochet instruction on…

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New Makerspace Grant

The library applied for and received a One More to Grow STEM Grant which was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library and sponsored by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries in the amount of $1500. This money allowed us to purchase additional materials for our makerspace and to expand our STEAM (science,…

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