News

Anadarko Community Library Summer Nutrition Porgam

The Anadarko Community Library has worked with the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank to ensure children have something nutritious to eat this summer. Beginning May 18, 2018, the library will serve lunch from 11:30 to 12:30 and snack from 2:00 to 3:00 Monday – Friday in the community room. The nutrition program will run from May…

Read More

Movies in the Park After Dark

The Anadarko Community Library presents Movies in the Park After Dark 2018! Bring your lawn chair to the bandstand at Randlett Park and enjoy the show! Anadarko Community Library Presents: Movies in the Park 2018 May 12th– Beauty and the Beast May 26th– Guardian’s of the Galaxy Vol. 2 June 9th– Lego Nijago June 23rd–…

Read More

My Free Taxes

Did you know you can file a free federal and up to three state returns if your income in 2017 was $66,000 or less? The MyFreeTaxes Partnership provides free state and federal tax preparation and filing assistance for qualified individuals. It’s easy, safe, secure and 100% free. You will be able to: Use free tax preparation…

Read More

MineCraft at the Library

Children 18 and under are welcome to come play Minecraft at the Anadarko Community Library. Wednesday from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm, we have a dedicated person who can help the children learn minecraft. We have our own server for your children to play on so they will be safe from the outside world! Minecraft:…

Read More

February Book Club

Book for February 2017 is the following: Hard Country (Kerney Family Trilogy #1) by Michael McGarrity In the wake of his wife’s death while giving birth to their son, and the loss of his brother on the West Texas plains, John Kerney is forced to give up his ranch, leave his son behind, and strike…

Read More

Lunar New Year Delights

Gung Hay Fat Choy! Chinese New Year is a spring festival that follows the Chinese lunar calendar and traditionally falls between mid-January and mid-February each year. The celebrations usually last for two weeks and represent a fresh start, rejuvenating family love and hoping for happiness in the year to come. 2017 marks the year of…

Read More

Beautification 2017 – Annual Trash Poster Contest

Deadline for Trash Poster Contest Entries is the Last Business Day of January 2017 Approximately 14,000 students enter the Statewide Trash Poster Contest, annually, making this poster judging very competitive and certainly very interesting! In addition to other prizes, 12 chosen state winning posters will be featured in 35,000 printed calendars. 35,000 copies each of “one”…

Read More

Love is in the Air

February will be highlighting our Regency Romance Novel collection. Regency romances are a sub genre of romance novels set during the period of the British Regency (1811–1820) or early 19th century. Rather than simply being versions of contemporary romance stories transported to a historical setting, Regency romances are a distinct genre with their own plot…

Read More

George Washington University Native Teens Initiative Scholarship Application

2017 INSPIRE summer application is now live here: https://inspire.naplp.gwu.edu/inspire-pre-college-application The INSPIRE program offers full scholarships to Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian high school students to student applied American politics as part of a three (3) week summer program at George Washington University. Funded by a generous grant from AT&T, the scholarship includes tuition for…

Read More

28th Annual Oklahoma Book Awards

Yep! It’s that time of year again. The Oklahoma Center for the Book is ready to accept your entries for the 28th Annual Oklahoma Book Awards, scheduled for April 8, 2017. Books considered for this award must have an Oklahoma-based theme, or entrants (authors, illustrators, photographers, or book designers) must live or have lived in…

Read More