Drop your Santa Letters off at the library this year. We will have a Drop Box where children, teens or anyone can drop their letters off. We will also display your letter, so that when Santa comes to visit us here at the Library, he can take them back to check and see if you’re…

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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:…

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The Anadarko Community Library presents Movies in the Park After Dark 2017 in Randlett Park. Over the course of the summer we will be hosting 7 family movies at the Randlett Park Bandstand. The Friends of the Library has graciously provided the popcorn and drinks to ensure this event is FREE for all participants. The…

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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…

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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”…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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2017 Sequoyah Book Awards Competition Believe it or not, this Oklahoma Library Association reading competition is in its 59th year! The Sequoyah Book Awards program is the third-oldest youth-choice literary award in the nation. Sequoyah encourages Oklahoma students to read books of literary quality. OLA’s Sequoyah Reading Teams release masterlists of titles for each annual…

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The Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, in cooperation with Affiliate State Centers for the Book, invites readers in grades 4 through 12 to enter Letters About Literature, a national reading-writing contest. For rules and more information click here: lal16-guidelines Original article can be found at the (ODL) Oklahoma Department of Libraries.  The…

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