Lunch Bunch & Food Resources

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Lunch Bunch is back! We’ll be providing lunches at two sites during the week, Monday-Friday, from Tuesday, July 6-Tuesday, August 17. What is Lunch Bunch? We have partnered with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, Loaves & Fishes, and the Enid Parks and Recreation Department to provide free meals to all those ages 18 &…

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Kickin’ Activities for Kids

This summer, we’ll be offering a variety of different activities for kids and families. We’ll be outside on the library lawn, but we’ll also meet up at gardens and parks around Enid. Plan your summer schedule! June Activities: Story Times will continue on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout June. Tuesdays are for readers 2 & under,…

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Mini Marimo Terrarium Workshop

Did you know Marimo moss, a rare growth form of algae, is a symbol of prosperity and love in Japan? Learn how to make and care for a mini Marimo moss terrarium pendant during our workshop on Thursday, June 10 at 6:00 PM. For ages 18 & up. No registration required.

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Emergency Broadband Benefit

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is offering eligible households a temporary benefit for internet service! What benefits are offered? Eligible households may receive: Up to $50/month discount for broadband services; Up to $75/month discount for households on qualifying Tribal lands; and A one-time discount up to $100 for a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet purchased…

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Donation Guidelines

Our Friends of the Enid Public Library are accepting donations from the community! All donations may be dropped off during library hours at the service desk or call us at 580-234-6313 for Curbside Delivery drop-off. Ready to donate? Here are our donation guidelines: We accept: Fiction hardbacks with book jackets in GREAT condition, published within…

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Booklist: Celebrating Asian-American and Pacific Islander voices

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Celebrate with these reads that uplift and celebrate the voices of Asian-American and Pacific Islander creators and explore the experiences of the AAPI community. The Enid Public Library stands united with the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community against hate and condemns the xenophobia, racism, and actions of violence…

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EPL Seed Library

Use FREE, locally donated seeds from the library to grow your own vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Then, let some go to seed and return some of the next generation seeds for others to borrow. Each household may take up to 6 seed packets per growing season. The Seed Library is located just outside the Adult Services office…

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Friluftsliv Challenge on Beanstack

The Friluftsliv activity-based challenge on the Beanstack App focuses on outdoor living. In Norway, there is a belief that there is no bad weather, just bad clothing. We have been forced inside to shelter for the past many months, and this challenge is asking us to go outside to experience nature and thoughtfully explore our…

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Bridgerton Booklist: Steamy Historical Romances

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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