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OKLAHOMA CITY– The Metropolitan Library System will celebrate Black History Month with diverse library programs throughout Oklahoma County in the month of February.
Black History Month programs will include performances from Rhythmically Speaking and Adam and Kizzie, Freedmen genealogy presentations, a film series presented at Ralph Ellison Library and others.
The library will be closed to the public from Monday, Jan. 21 for approximately six weeks (we hope to reopen around Mar. 10).
While your local library may be closed, we are still here to serve your information needs.
OKLAHOMA CITY – All libraries in the Metropolitan Library System will close Dec. 24 and 25, in observance of Christmas. Although the physical libraries will be closed, customers can still use the library online, 24/7, at http://www.metrolibrary.org to find their next read, download eBooks, audiobooks, MP3s and digital magazines, or access one of the research databases. MLS libraries will reopen to normal operating hours on Wednesday, Dec. 26.
The Metropolitan Library System released a new series of Oklahoma-themed podcasts celebrating Oklahoma arts, culture and history as well as the lives of influential Oklahomans today.
Get a behind the scenes look at your local library in a 30-minute TV broadcast. The program includes the lifecycle of materials at the library in addition to interviews with library staff and customers. Want a sneak peek of the program? Check out the trailer below.
The following are the dates, times and networks for the library’s program.