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Lunch Bunch

We're providing free meals to those ages 18 & under this summer.

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Virtual Summer Reading

We've gone virtual with Page Turner Animal Adventures! Find new videos featuring crafts, authors, special guests, and more!

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Summer Reading

Join us for our summer reading program, Tails and Tales!

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Event Calendar

Check out all the upcoming events happening at the library

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Emergency Broadband Benefit

The FCC has a temporary program to help households afford internet service due to the pandemic

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Govt Documents

We are part of the Federal Depository Library Program. View helpful links for federal documents.

Childrens' News & Activities

Enid Public Library offers a variety of activities for children of all ages.

Kid's Weekly Activities

Homework Help

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 7 PM

Friday: 9 AM - 6 PM

Saturday: 9 AM - 6 PM

Closed Sunday

Events Calendar

Want to know what's going on each month at the library?

View our new clickable Events Calendar!

Teen & Tween News & Activities

Activities for teens at the library are for students in grades 6-12. Tween activities include students 10 & up.

Teen Craft Videos

Event Calendar

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Text a Librarian

Text 580-670-2205 to talk in real time with a librarian. Renew your books, check the summary of your account, or ask a reference question. You can also email us at refdesk@enid.org

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Join in our 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program to build a love of reading and earn prizes along the way!

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Enid Library Recent Additions

Doc & Dine: Discover the Impact of Your Choices

By Margo | Oct 13, 2016

Join us on Nov. 5 @ 3:00 p.m. for a documentary and free pizza! Human Footprint, a National Geographic presentation, takes a look at the by-products of our consumption over the course of a lifetime. From our cars to our clothes dryers to our disposable toothbrushes, our impact on planet…

Earth’s Changing Climate

By Margo | Oct 13, 2016

The science of climate change is the subject of this fall’s Lifelong Learning Series. We meet Tuesdays at 6:00 pm. to watch and discuss the 12-part series Earth’s Changing Climate by Great Courses. Join us for this important informational series. Topics include Is Earth Warming? Butterflies, Glacier, and Hurricanes Ice…

The Relaxed Book Club Presents: Book Talk @ the Library on Nov. 18th

By Margo | Oct 13, 2016

The Whistling Season by Ivan Doig will be discussed at the November 18th meeting of the Relaxed Book Club at 6:00 pm. Set in the dry Montana prairie of 1910, this coming of age story tells the tale of Oliver Milliron, a recently widowed father of three boys, who answers…

Local Author Lucia Walinchus

By Margo | Oct 13, 2016

Join us on November 5 at 11:00 am when author Lucia Walinchus will entertain us with readings from her book, “How to Raise a Smartass”. Her book is a funny, witty, rollicking ride through the joys of early parenthood. The so-titled “Best Butt Wiper in the World” delights audiences by…

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