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National Voter Registration Day

Are you registered to vote? National Voter Registration Day is September 24th. What is it? This is a day to make sure everyone who wants to vote gets registered. Moved recently? Turned 18? Haven’t voted recently? It’s the perfect time to update your information so you don’t miss out! How do I participate? Come in…

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Let’s Talk Meal Prep offered this September

Did you miss the last meal prep class? Never fear; here it is again! What is it? Learn to prep food like a pro with tips on planning, shopping, food safety, and nutrition. Participants will take away fact sheets and a meal. *Registration is required. To register, email mholmes@enid.org or call 580-234-6313. When is it?…

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Food for Fines Forgiveness at EPL!

Do you have a fine on your library account? Join us for the Food for Fines Forgiveness program. What do you need to do? Bring in non-perishable, non-glass item(s) to the library and have any fines on your library account forgiven. These food items will be then be donated to the city wide food drive…

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Spotlight: Adult Fiction, Audios, & more

The right side of the first floor is home to our Fiction as well as our new books section. Here you can find books categorized as: Fiction Mystery Science Fiction/Fantasy Western Large Print Hard copies of our newspapers and magazines can also be found in the far right corner. We also carry a wide selection…

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Spotlight: Nonfiction Collection

Local History Room Have you been to our local history room? If you’re upstairs, it will be down the hallway on the left and all the way to the back. Here, you can look up old newspaper obits or birthing announcements. There are also cases filled with cemetery and cremation records. Need a room for…

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Smash Club

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Are you up for a good Smash Bros Brawl??? Smash Club is back and better than ever! Come play with us on our xBox every 3rd Friday of the month at 4:00 PM. This event is for ages tweens & teens, ages 10 & up.

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College Application Seminar

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Are you a high school student getting ready to apply for college? Join us for the seminar, What You Need to Know to Apply for College, on Monday, September 23rd at 5:30 PM. Representatives from local colleges will be speaking with students and their parents. Who will be joining us? We will have representatives from…

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Teen Monday Madness

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Are you a teen looking for a fun monthly activity? Join us for Teen Monday Madness! List of Events September 16: Making bags from a graphic T-shirt, staples, and duck tape October 21: Harry Potter-themed escape room November 18: Design and cut a T-shirt transfer on the Cricut* (Registration Required. Call Gloria at 580-616-7182 to…

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Bad Art Night @ the Library

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Leave your talent at the door and create your own disasterpiece! What is Bad Art Night? Bad Art Night is all about forgetting to make something good while enjoying a night of fun and relaxation. All art supplies will be provided; Just bring bad art ideas! The “worst” place winner will also take home a…

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Spotlight: Young Adult Collection

Find out what we have for tweens & teens in our Young Adult collection. Playaways We love these little gadgets. Instead of an audio on CD, Playaways are audios on small MP3 players. All you have to provide are your own earphones. Plug it into the device and hit play! It’ll save where you left…

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