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Edmond and Guthrie Go A Little Strange At Edmond Library

Oklahoma novelist Jim Thompson once said that there are a million ways to tell a story, but there is only one story to tell—things are never what they seem.

You can hear proof of that when the Edmond Library, 10 S. Boulevard, presents author David Farris on Tuesday, July 30 at 7:00p.m. when he will be on hand to lead you through a strange journey called “Edmond and Guthrie: A Little Off the Tracks.”


Sixth Annual Teen Filmmaking Contest Screening at Downtown Library

Summer is the season for Hollywood blockbusters, but if your taste doesn’t run entirely to superheroes, space ships, and zombies, the Downtown Library has something that may be more to your liking.

What’s in store on Sunday, July 28, is the sixth annual edition of the “I Can’t Believe I Shot That! Teen Film Contest.” A screening of all the films entered in the contest will take place in the 46th Star Auditorium on Downtown Library’s fourth floor from 2-4:30 pm. The library is located at 300 Park Avenue and street parking is free on Sundays.


Learn Looming at Capitol Hill Library

Learning to use a loom is so easy everyone in the family can do it.

You don’t have to know the difference between warp and weft threads, or how a dobbie is different from a Jacquard head to come to the Capitol Hill Library, 334 S.W. 26th Street, “Family Loom: Mommy and Me” program on Sunday, July 14, from 1:30-5:00 p.m. The program is free and all you have to bring with you is an interest in weaving.


History of the Orphan Train Presented at Almonte Library

No one wanted to ride the Orphan Train, but over a quarter of a million unwanted children did between 1854 and 1929.

The Metropolitan Library System and the Oklahoma Humanities Council are co-sponsoring a multi-media presentation on the history and legacy of the Orphan Train at the Almonte Library, 2914 S.W. 59th Street, on Wednesday, July 10, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

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