Author: Betsy Penturf
Bring your child to the library and work together to complete a scavenger hunt on the Dewey Decimal System. Those who complete the scavenger hunt will get a treat and their name will be put in a drawing to win a gift card to a restaurant on Main Street. Sponsored by Friends of the Tulsa City-County Libraries. // Traiga a su hijo a la biblioteca y trabajen juntos para completar una búsqueda del tesoro sobre el Sistema de Clasificación Dewey. Aquellos que completen recibirán un premio y su nombre puesto en un sorteo para ganar una tarjeta de regalo para un restaurante en Main Street. Patrocinado por Friends of the Tulsa City-County Libraries.
Location: Chapman Storytime Room
Bring your babies for bubbles and books, and your toddlers for trikes and tales! Our songs, stories, games and activities will aid in developing your child’s early literacy skills.
Mini basketball, hula hoops, obstacle course, etc. Bring your own riding toys! FREE.
Bring the whole family for this 0-to-5 storytime! There’s something for everyone – simple songs and books for the little ones, more interactive stories and activities for your older children. Stay after storytime and enjoy games, toys and activities that foster critical early literacy skills.
Join us as we discuss a variety of timely topics of national and local interest. For adults.
Location: Aaronson Auditorium
Take a trip with us and enjoy this travelogue presented by Kevin Byrne, whose father hailed from the Irish town of Bray. Byrne has traveled to Ireland six times to explore his roots and rediscover his father’s beloved home country. Sponsored by Friends of the Tulsa City-County Libraries. For adults.
Join us as we enjoy a delicious discussion of the culinary arts, share yummy recipes and learn new techniques. Sponsored by the Friends of the Helmerich Library. For adults.
All levels of knitting ability are welcome to join us for this fun afternoon. For adults.
Location: Computer Lab
Learn to create, format, edit, save and print documents in Excel. Starting with the basic tools, we’ll cover ways to make documents that not only are functional but appealing.
From tracking expenses to organizing your holiday-card recipient list, Excel is a powerful tool that can make routine tasks easier. Basic computer knowledge, such as how to use a mouse, and a Gmail or Yahoo email account and your password are required. For adults.