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August Newsletter

Maybe I’m showing my age, but I just can’t get used to school starting so early. I’ve always thought of August as “escape to the mountains or a beach month”, and September as “back to school month”. I hope everyone has had an opportunity to escape the Oklahoma heat (even if it is with a…

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March Book Talk @ the Library: Orphan Train

The Book Talk @ the Library group will discuss Orphan Train by Christian Baker Kline at 6:00 pm on March 14. Orphan Train  interweaves the stories of seventeen year old Molly and ninety-one year old Vivian, who rode an orphan train from New York City to Minnesota in 1929. About to age out of foster…

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Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma!: The Cowboy

In conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the Chisholm Trail the Enid Public Library and Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma present The Cowboy, a five book scholar-led discussion series. “The story of the cowboy has outlasted the mountain man, the pioneer, the soldier, the settler, the gold seeker, the scout, and even the Indian in…

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Lunch & Learn Series: Wonders of the National Parks Continues Through June 29th

  Discover awe-inspiring natural landscapes and explore the geological histories and mysteries of our national parks with National Geographic. From Yellowstone’s bubbling, steaming landscape to the great slabs of granite along Acadia’s shores, our national parks contribute their own chapter to the story of Earth. Our national parks offer profound lessons for anyone who loves…

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