The Enid Public Library invites members of the community to a special poster exhibition, Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence, exploring the centennial of women’s suffrage in the U.S. The exhibit is on display until March 31st in the library lobby for Women’s History Month. The story of women’s suffrage is a story of…

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It’s official Bridgerton fans! Bridgerton has been renewed on Netflix for a second season and begins filming this spring! While you wait, here’s some steamy historical romances to tide you over. Haven’t read the original series? Check out Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton series (and find the first book, The Duke and I, right now on Hoopla!).…

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Calling all plegc teens! Make your own string art from home with supplies from the library! Starting Thursday, December 10th, kits may be picked up at the service desk or through Curbside Delivery by calling 580-234-6313. Check out our how-to video with Librarians Theri and Jessie.

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Do you like to garden? Could you use seeds to plant and grow at home? Would you like to help us establish and run a seed library for the community? We want your ideas! Share your input with us on Tuesday, November 24th at 3:00 PM. “Seed libraries are popping up in public libraries nationwide,”…

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Looking for a safe and fun way to participate in Halloween activities this year? Then get those spooky decorations, some chilling tunes, and your costumes ready for the Halloween Extravaganza Car Parade on Friday, October 30th from 5:30-6:30 PM in downtown Enid! Cdsa Enid is partnering with Public Library of Enid & Garfield County, United Way of Enid…

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Enjoy telling scary stories? Want to be part of a scary story anthology? To celebrate All Hallow’s Read and our love of scary stories, we are inviting any area youth in 12 grade or under to help us create a book of scary stories! Submissions must be the writer’s own work and no longer than…

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Story Time will be back in-library after Labor Day. Story Time will meet Tuesdays & Wednesdays at 10:00 AM, but things will be a little different. Space is limited, and registration is required for weekly story times. Masks covering nose and mouth are also required for anyone ages 3 & up. Families will be spread…

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teens read banned books

The end of September, we’re celebrating Banned Books Week (September 27-October 3. Celebrate your right to read with the Teens Read Banned Books book club! Each month, we’ll select a book from the American Library Association’s Most Challenged Book List. Participation in-library is limited to 10 people, and books will be available for check-out at…

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Are you wanting to find our entire collection of our DVDs, playaways, or other items? We have a search for that! Go to our catalog: http://bit.ly/2P2LlH2 Click on “More Search Options” in the lefthand corner In the “Advanced Search” box (chosen by default), change “Keywords” to “Material Type” Change “Adult Fiction” to your desired category…

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