Parts of the Dulaney-Browne Library 1st floor (including the network power for most computers and all printers) are without power due to an outage at OG&E. If power is not restored by 7:30 p.m., the library will close at that time.
At 5:30 p.m., power was available on upper floors, but only very limited network access for computing needs.
Extended hours begin tonight (Friday, April 25th) and so does the Chocolate Express. You must be present for your free study snack.
We want to make the library web page better.
We want to share some home-made treats with our best patrons during National Library Week.
You can help. Take the survey and drop by the circulation desk and pick out a treat.
Did you take the library web page survey? Stop by the circulation desk and pick up a free hand-made treat (or a commercial treat if you prefer).
Haven’t taken the survey yet? Please take the survey and then come by for your treat.
We have several celebrations planned for National Library Week. One of the most popular is our “Food For Fines” drive to collect non-perishable food items for the Skyline Urban Ministries food pantry. Not only can you help those in need with donations of food, you can have library fines (but not replacement costs) forgiven. We will forgive up to $5.00 in fines for each item donated. Collections begin on Monday, April 14th and continue through May 9th.