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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The Enid Public Library has partnered with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and Loaves & Fishes to offer free lunches to anyone ages birth to 18. Where will Lunch Bunch be? This year, the Enid Public Library will only have one location this year. We’ll be behind Mercy House at 1714 S 4th Street…

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Searching through our catalog for something new in nonfiction, children’s, fiction (listed in the catalog as “Marketplace”), or young adult (listed as “Teen New”)? Our “More Search Options” feature is here to help! Advanced Search Go to our Catalog: http://bit.ly/2P2LlH2 Click on “More Search Options” in the top right hand corner A pull down menu…

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Overdrive just released Black Lives Matter: Community Read, a program that puts the focus on #ownvoices to read, listen, learn and grow and expand knowledge of race relations. New titles are released within the program and are available for a limited time, but they can be checked out instantly with no waitlists or holds. The…

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Keeping a Covid-19 Journal We are living in a truly life-changing historic moment. Keeping a journal is an excellent way to document your life and does not need to be a complicated process. You can use a blank notebook to record your thoughts, dating each entry. If a blank notebook with all that space seems…

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As per Mayor Pankonin’s Three-Phased Plan for Reopening Enid’s Economy, the Enid Public Library is set to re-open Monday, June 1st at 9:00 AM during Phase II. Here’s what we are doing to protect you and our staff: Shields are being placed at public service desks. All staff will be wearing masks and other personal…

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blue cover with backdrop of a city

Review by Margo All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr tells the parallel stories of a blind French girl and a German boy trying to survive the devastation and horrors of World War II. When Marie-Laurie loses her sight at the age of six her father builds her a miniature of the neighborhood…

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bingo card

It’s time for social distancing bingo! Each bingo (5 in a row, either up/down, across, or diagonal) enters you in the drawing for a $10 local business gift card. Bingo continues throughout April, and the winner will be selected after we re-open our building. Send us a picture of each bingo or send us the…

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people reading

Our newest digital library is Hoopla! It has a diverse selection of music, movies, TV shows, books, audio books, and comics. All available 24/7. Getting Started with Hoopla Register for a Hoopla account using the library’s link. Click on “Get Started Today.” Enter your email address and create a password. Click on “Agree.” Either click…

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