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About Choctaw Library

The Choctaw Library was a bookmobile until 1978, when it moved into a room at the Tri-City Youth and Family Center. In 1985, the library moved to the east side of the center. Tornado damage to the building caused it to close on May 3, 1999. The library reopened in another temporary location in the Choctaw Plaza on July 26, 2000. On January 20, 2004, the library opened in its current location.

Book drop: Right of entrance.

Special Programs: 
  • Annual Summer Reading Program
  • Crafts and other activities throughout the year
  • Cultural Art displayed at the Choctaw Library
  • Exercise & Wellness and Foreign Language programs and classes
  • Family Place 1,2,3 parenting workshops
  • Gardening and genealogy programs
  • Holiday theme programs for all ages
  • Monthly Open Play Time sessions for children aged 6 months - 5 years and their caregivers
  • Programs for elementary school age children
  • Read and discuss programs for adults
  • Weekly storytimes for children aged birth to 6 years old
  • Teen Service Team - Volunteer up to 4 hours every week
Services: 
Collection: 
  • Tens of thousands of fiction and nonfiction titles for all ages available as hardback or paperback books, magazines, newspapers, books on CD and music CDs, DVDs, Playaways, and more
  • Reference materials for in-library use
  • Materials to support literacy programs

Choctaw Library

2525 Muzzy Street
Choctaw, OK 73020
Phone: (405) 390-8418

Monday - Thursday 9am - 9pm

Friday 9am - 6pm

Saturday 9am - 5pm

Sunday 1pm - 6pm