The Winter Read 2018: January 1-February 28
Beat the winter blues by registering for the Winter Read, where participants “read to earn” entries into a contest. Participants will receive one entry for every five hours of reading (or listening to an audio book. Four winners will be selected at random from all entries received and will win a reader’s gift basket, filled with books and gifts sure to please.
The drawing will take place during the Winter Read dinner 5:30 pm March 1, 2018. Be sure to RSVP for the dinner to email@example.com or leave a message at 616-7183.
If you have registered but cannot attend the dinner be sure to drop off your completed Winter Read bookmark at the Service Desk before March 1.
Nailed It! Create a beautiful simple art piece with just a hammer, nails, and yarn. The library will provide the supplies in this free adult craft program. Please register by calling 580-234-6313 ext 1, 580-616-7183, or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Feb. 1, 2018. This workshop is designed for ages 16 & up, but feel free to bring your little ones to help you create your masterpiece.
Scientific Secrets to a Powerful Memory, a 6-part Great Courses video series will meet at 5:30 pm on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays. Discover how remarkable your memory is and how to unlock its untapped potential through this 6-part video course.
Easy Yoga, the Secret to Strength & Balance meets at 4:30 on Tuesdays. This video based course is designed for the beginner and may be practiced with or without the assistance of a chair.
Genealogy 101 classes offer instruction on Family Search and meets February 8 and 22 from 5-6 pm. For information call 580-278-5016.
Book Talk @ the Library meets at 6:00 pm on February 13 to discuss The Turner House by Angela Flournoy. A limited number of books are available at the service desk for checkout.
Do you keep a planner or journal? Journaling in the Stacks meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 5:30-7:00 pm. This program is open to the inexperienced, slightly-experienced, and experienced. Bring your planner or journal if you have one.
Tai Chi for Balance meets most Wednesdays at 4:30 pm; check the calendar or social media for updates. Through gentle stretching and strengthening exercises we will work to improve balance, strengthen muscles, and prevent falls. This series is presented by Lesa K. Rauh, Garfield County OSU Extension.
The Enid Author Fest will take place on March 3 from 1-5 pm. This is a great opportunity to meet and greet some of the top writing talents in the region, sample their work, ask questions and even take home an autographed book. You don’t want to miss this event!