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  • Posted on: Wednesday, April 17, 2013

    From nutrition to lawn care, information and instruction from Oklahoma County OSU Extension will soon be available at Edmond Library.

  • Posted on: Thursday, March 14, 2013

    Smart phones have become among the most valued accessories for teens. The Edmond Library can show a way to use them that many teens may not have thought about.

    The Metropolitan Library system will present a workshop for teens called “eBooks for Smart Phones” on Wednesday, March 20 from 4:00-5:00p.m. at the Edmond Library, 10 S. Boulevard, 341-9282.

  • Posted on: Wednesday, January 16, 2013

    No matter how overstated the threat of serial killers might be, readers are still fascinated by them.

    One of the most sinister of the breed was Herman Webster Mudgett, aka H. H. Holmes, owner of the “Murder Castle” in Chicago. Mudgett rented rooms to out-of-towners who came to the Windy City to take in the marvels of the 1893 World’s Fair. No one knows how many of them did not check out.

  • Posted on: Friday, August 17, 2012

    So you finally got that Kindle or Nook eReader. You know you can borrow eBooks from the library or buy them from a variety of online book sellers. Great. Now what?

    You don’t have to be a technophobe to be left in a state of confusion when faced with a new gizmo for the first time. What you need is someone to patiently instruct you and get you started using it, and that’s where the Edmond Library, 10 S. Boulevard, comes in.

  • Posted on: Thursday, July 12, 2012

    Sometimes the hype overwhelms the facts, but that’s not the case with the story of Amazing Maisey, who will be at the Edmond Library on Wednesday, July 18, beginning at 7:00p.m.

  • Posted on: Thursday, June 14, 2012

    Have you ever thought that you’d get organized if you just had a little more time, and then realized that if you had a little more time, you’d probably already be organized?

  • Posted on: Monday, May 14, 2012

    147 years later historians still argue her guilt. Was Mary Surratt an active participant in the murder of Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865, or just a character on the fringe of the plot who did not know what was going on?

  • Posted on: Friday, April 13, 2012

    Lt. Samuel E. Adair of the Fifth Cavalry may have been the most stared-at man in the history of Oklahoma. Everybody who waited expectantly on the legal side of the line on April 22, 1889 had an eye on him to see what he’d do to announce the arrival of noon. When the moment came, The New York Times reported, “Suddenly, he is seen to motion to the soldier near him, and the next moment the cheerful strains of the recall are sounded.”


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