Posts Tagged ‘books’

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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Book Lovers’ Biblio Picnic

Join us for a Biblio Picnic at noon on June 6. What is a biblio picnic you ask? It’s a chance for book lovers to enjoy a picnic lunch on the library lawn and talk books. You bring lunch and we’ll provide drinks and desserts. There will be door prizes! This activity is geared for…

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Summer Reading is June 1 – June 30!

Each summer the library offers unique activities, classes, and events to promote summer reading for readers of all ages. This year the Adult Summer Reading events will happen in June. Using the theme “Libraries Rock!” the library will offer two rock painting workshops, two music-related movies, a special edition of “Art Journaling in the Stacks”…

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Art Journaling In the Stacks

Do you keep a journal or planner? Would you like to? Here’s your chance to get started. Art Journaling in the Stacks, meets monthly at the Library on the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 5:30-7:00pm. We will share tips and tricks to help get you started and provide a space for you to work…

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Adult Services October 2017 Newsletter

Dear Readers, I can’t believe that it is October already! I love autumn and almost everything that goes with it: cool, rainy mornings; leaves turning amazing shades of yellow, orange, and red; and the knowledge that family holiday are just around the corner. One thing I’m not crazy about is pumpkin spice everything. In fact,…

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The Help to be the Subject of Book Talk @ the Library in September

Aibileen is a black maid in 1962 Jackson, Mississippi, who’s always taken orders quietly, but lately she’s unable to hold her bitterness back. Her friend Minny has never held her tongue but now must somehow keep secrets about her employer that leave her speechless. White socialite Skeeter just graduated college. She’s full of ambition, but…

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May Newsletter for Adult Programs

May 2017 May 2018 Enid Public Library Adult Classes, Workshops, and Events “The world’s favorite season is the spring.  All things seem possible in May.” –  Edwin Way Teale Dear Readers, April is over! It has been a tough month for many; with prairie fires, allergies, school funding issues, and spring fever to contend with.…

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April 11 Book Talk @ the Library

April’s Book Talk @ the Library will be a discussion on The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid, a 2006 memoir by best-selling travel writer Bill Bryson. The book delves into Bryson’s past, telling of his youth growing up in Des Moines, Iowa during the 1950s and early 1960s. The discussion will be held…

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March Book Talk @ the Library: Orphan Train

The Book Talk @ the Library group will discuss Orphan Train by Christian Baker Kline at 6:00 pm on March 14. Orphan Train  interweaves the stories of seventeen year old Molly and ninety-one year old Vivian, who rode an orphan train from New York City to Minnesota in 1929. About to age out of foster…

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Winter Read Dinner to be Held February 28

Have you registered for the Adult Winter Read Contest? If so, don’t forget to attend the dinner at 5:30 on Feb. 28th. Four winners will be selected at random from all winter reading entries received to win a reader’s gift basket, filled with books and gifts sure to please. This free dinner will be held…

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