Take home a terrarium from teen craft event

TerrariumThe Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library is building a smaller world with its teen project “Teens Build Terrariums” at 2 p.m. Monday, July 24.

Participants will construct their own terrariums, complete with tiny figurines, and take home their new world at the end of the event.

The program is for students going into grades 6 through 12. All supplies are provided by the library but are limited in amount, so registration in advance is required to participate.

Finish up the summer with a Dance Party

Kids dancingThe Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library celebrates Summer Reading with a Build a Better World: Dance Party, at 3 p.m. Tuesday, July 25, in Rooms A and B.

Children up to age 11 and their families are invited for dancing and fun to celebrate this year’s Summer Reading Program. Dressing in costume is encouraged.

Registration is not required to attend.

Enjoy an afternoon of games and trivia

Board gamesIt’s a night of fun and games for the whole family as the Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library hosts its second annual Family Game and Trivia Night, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday, July 27.

All ages are invited for a come-and-go afternoon of games, pizza, snacks and beverages, with the library’s Information Services Department leading a trivia game that begins at 5 p.m.

Registration is not required in advance for the event, which will take place in Rooms A and B of the library.

Pilates series set on Tuesdays in August

Workout matThe Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library presents its continuing series of Pilates classes with five sessions in August, at 6 p.m. each Tuesday of the month, beginning Tuesday, Aug. 1.

Pilates is a body conditioning routine that may help build flexibility, muscle strength, and endurance.

Ages 12 and up are invited to participate in the program. Space is limited, so registration is required in advance, and participants also must sign a waiver or have a waiver signed by parent or guardian.

The program is made possible through the Health Literacy Grant by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries, Oklahoma Literacy Resource Office and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.