Programs Every Wednesday in June!
Stop by the library to register. Parent/Guardian must stay with child during the Pre-K/Kindergarten programs. Please only send children to their appropriate time so each group can enjoy their program to the fullest.
June 1 – Monkey Around
June 8 – Round & Round We Go
June 15 – Circus Day
June 22 – Let’s Play!
June 29 – Give Me A Cheer!
1st – 4th Grades (2:00-3:00)*
June 1 – Bike Program – Bring your bike!
June 8 – Fuel your Engine *1st & 2nd grades 1:30-2:30 *3rd & 4th grades 3:00-4:00
June 15 – Circus Day
June 22 – Science of Sports
June 29 – Flight Club
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s a book!
Celebrate Reading Super-style during this Family Reading Event where we will:
- knock down villains
- test your abilities with an obstacle course
- see if you have X-ray vision
- take a picture of you flying over a cityscape
- read super books
Activities are self-guided so come and go as you can between 10:00-11:30. This event is flexible for all ages.
Hope to see you there!
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Giveaways, Activities, Fun!
When and Where – date change!
- Soutar Memorial Library
- Saturday, March 12
- Come and go with a parent from 10 to 11:30.
“The more you read, the more things you know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” ~ Dr. Seuss
Sometimes it’s hard to know if the information you find on the web is trustworthy. Or, what if you just can’t find what you need after hours of fruitless searching.
Ask an Info Pro from the OU Health Science Center Library for guidance. 3 ways:
- Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone – (405) 271-2285 x48752 voicemail is available for after-hours.
- Electronic form – Ask a Librarian
You get to talk with a real person who knows the medical information ropes.