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Upcoming Events

January 2020

Monday, January 6th, 20th, & 27th 4:00–5:00PM, Prenda Coding Club: A code club is an informal program that takes place at a library where kids ages 8-18 learn computer programming skills. Teaching kids computer programming skills can dramatically impact your community by providing kids with 21st century career opportunities and instilling a valuable set of life skills, like computational thinking and problem solving.

Wednesday January 8th, 15th, 22nd, & 29th at 10:30-11:15AM. Zumbini: Designed for kids ages 0-5 and their caregivers, Zumbini combines music, dance and educational tools for 45-minutes of can’t-stop, won’t-stop bonding and fun.  Please RSVP for this event.

Thursday, January 9th & 23rd from 3:30– 5:00PM Lego Club: Create, Build, Learn, and have Fun! RSVP for this event. All Ages are Welcome. Please keep your Legos at home unless you wish to make a donation to the Guthrie Library.

February 2020

Monday, February 3rd, 10th, & 24th from 4 – 5 PM, Prenda Coding Club: A code club is an informal program that takes place at a library where kids ages 8-18 learn computer programming skills. Teaching kids computer programming skills can dramatically impact your community by providing kids with 21st century career opportunities and instilling a valuable set of life skills, like computational thinking and problem solving.

Wednesday February 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th at 10:30 AM. Zumbini: Designed for kids ages 0-5 and their caregivers, Zumbini combines music, dance and educational tools for 45-minutes of can’t-stop, won’t-stop bonding and fun.  Please RSVP for this event.

Thursday, February 6th & 20th from 3:30 – 5:00 Lego Club: Create, Build, Learn, and have Fun! RSVP for this event. All Ages are Welcome. Please keep your Legos at home unless you wish to make a donation to the Guthrie Library.

Thursday, February 13th & 27th from 3:30 – 5PM Learning to Loom, Hat Making for SWAK: Learn a new skill while helping the kids in our community. Every Halloween SWAK passes our hats during the trick or treat walk, lets help them make some!

Saturday, February 29th from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Outstanding Humans of Oklahoma: Providing Context of an African American Experience from 1800’s to 1900’s.  Have you ever wondered what life would be like as an Oklahoma African American during the 19th and early 20th century?  If yes, attend our intergenerational program that highlights the lives of outstanding Oklahoma African humans, specifically Bass Reeves, John Hope Franklin, Hannah Atkins and Clara Luper from the grand storytelling skills of Ms. Dwe Williams and Al Bostic.  Project funded by the Oklahoma Humanities Council.

 

explora - online library

 

eBook for kids from OK Virtual Library

britannica schol edition