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  • Lisa Scottoline Event at NW Library
    Posted on: Monday, April 03, 2017

    Literary Voices, in partnership with Oklahoma Humanities, presents:  Can Justice Be Served?  A conversation with lawyer and mystery author, Lisa Scottoline.  Lisa will be interviewed by Dr. Scott LaMascus, a professor with Oklahoma Christian University. They will discuss how justice is portrayed in literature, particularly the mystery/thriller genre and how, as a lawyer, Scottoline informs readers about law and presents ethical challenges in her writing.

  • Teen Tech Month 2017
    Posted on: Friday, March 03, 2017

    Teen Tech Month is happening this March to help our libraries showcase the great resources and services we have to help teens succeed, demonstrating how libraries are important in extending learning beyond the classroom.

  • Posted on: Tuesday, January 10, 2017

    Oklahoma City, OK – The U.S. Citizenship test can be an intimidating mountain to climb, but the Metropolitan Library System is making it easier.

  • info Magazine - November 2016
    Posted on: Monday, October 31, 2016

    Each month at Metro Library is special, but it seems that November is packed full of great events and programs for which everyone can be thankful. And speaking of thankful, keep in mind that all Metro Libraries will be closed on November 24 and 25 for Thanksgiving. Enjoy the holiday with your family and the whole month with ours.

  • NaNoWriMo logo
    Posted on: Friday, October 28, 2016

    We're celebrating writing in a big way! Join Sarah and Bobby as they embark on a fifty thousand word odyssey during National Novel Writing Month this November!

  • info Magazine - October 2016
    Posted on: Friday, September 30, 2016

    The month of October has been designated Teen Read Month in celebration of some of our favorite library members. Drawing from a national initiative to get teens to read more, we’ve created a special teen reading program designed to engage and reward teen readers with fun activities and cool digital badges for logging their reading time.

    We’ve also got a full slate of programs to inspire and entertain teens. In addition to science programs involving robotics and experimentation there are craft programs for knitting and creating cosplay gear. For active teens there are several Halloween-themed programs like Plants vs. Zombies, a simulated Zombie Apocalypse, and a sugar skull craft. We’ve also got some great workshops on developing life skills teens won’t want to miss—Navigating Financial Aid, Professionalism for Teens, and Welcome to the Real World. See our events calendar in this issue or search online at metrolibrary.org to find all the exciting programs on offer.

  • Posted on: Tuesday, August 30, 2016

    Your library system has a virtually limitless number of resources, materials and tools under its belt to build and maintain strong, independent minds. No longer bound by the concrete and framework of your local branch, the library’s services reach well beyond its walls to the communities it serves and your library card is your key to access it all.

  • info Magazine - August 2016 masthead
    Posted on: Monday, August 01, 2016

    Learn more about why Librarians wear cardigans, discover five lessons from books to get ready for school and more about YA Fiction.  Plus find out when all of your favorite programs will be happening at your local library!  All included in this month's info Magazine!

  • Typewriter
    Posted on: Tuesday, July 26, 2016

    Librarian Kassy chronicles her rocky road to poetry success and shares a list of titles that could help you express yourself in verse. You can also learn at the feet of a master this month by attending one of our poetry clinics with Poet Laureate Benjamin Myers.

  • Rio olympics logo
    Posted on: Monday, July 18, 2016

    Gear up for the Rio Olympics with a reading list from Librarian Sarah and check out our Olympic-themed programs as well!


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