Ask a Librarian
We’re available to help you find information and answer questions during open hours. We’ll be glad to assist you with locating materials and will do our best help you use library resources.
Contact the Garfield County Genealogy Society. See their web site at garfieldokgen.org
. The library will do obituary searches, send us an email – email@example.com
The Library has programs for adults and all- ages throughout the year. We welcome program ideas and suggestions.
Books of fiction, non-fiction, mysteries, and westerns are located on the east side of the first floor.
In the Marquis James Room a collection of information about Oklahoma, especially the northwestern area, is maintained.
Find genealogical materials on the 2nd floor. For the use of local and visiting researchers.
A collection of materials written in Spanish is available.
Activities and Services for Children
Every Wednesday morning in the Great Plains Room; check the events Calendar for times.
Summer Reading Program
Each year in June and July a reading program for kids and teens is held in the library. Each week the library hosts craft sessions and other programs. Come by the Library to get the complete schedule in May.
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
Reading to a child helps create fond childhood memories, budding vocabulary, and builds early reading skills that are necessary for lifelong learning success. Contact the Children’s Desk at 580-616-7181 for more information about this wonderful program and how you can get enrolled.
Programs and Events for Teens
Programs for teens include book discussions, craft programs, game nights, and a volunteer group.