The McLoud Public Library brings the fun and learning of the Oklahoma City Zoo to McLoud for the zoo presentation "Flower Power," at 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 1. The program takes place in the Board of Education Building.
The program looks at ways flowers play a role in the everyday lives of humans and animals alike and will feature a sweet flower treat like that enjoyed by critters in Rita Gray's book "Flowers Are Calling."
The program is for ages 11 and under and their caregivers. Registration is not required to attend.
The event is made possible by a grant from the Oklahoma Zoological Society, the Oklahoma City Zoo's non-profit support group.
The McLoud Public Library welcomes the community to meet with local legislators and their representatives at its upcoming Legislative Breakfast, at 7:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 24, in the Milburn Room of the library.
The library hosts the event in conjunction with the McLoud Chamber of Commerce and the Friends of the McLoud Library. McLoud Café will be providing the breakfast for the event.
Area, state and national legislators and representatives from their offices are invited and many have attended past sessions.