The Noble Public Library is getting “wired” at its newest informational series for the community, “Wired Wednesdays,” taking place from 1 to 2 p.m. each Wednesday throughout February in the Coman Culbert Community Room of the library.
The format is a question-and-answer session that looks at a variety of technology, from computers to smart phones to digital media and more. Everything is offered free of charge, but registration in advance is required.
The programs are for all ages, and participants are encouraged to bring their own mobile devices if they have questions about their use.
It’s race day at the Noble Public Library, and with two very familiar participants.
The library welcomes representatives from the Oklahoma City Zoo to bring the fable of “The Tortoise and the Hare” to life at 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2.
They’ll explain what makes the tortoise slow and steady and what makes the hare so fast, and also preside over a live race as part of the activities at the program.
Registration is not required to attend, all ages are invited, and the event is made possible at the library thanks to a grant from the Oklahoma City Zoological Trust.
It's Tuesday morning at the Noble Public Library, which means some of the library’s youngest guests are invited to Tadpole Tuesdays, which take place at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday mornings in February.
The library hosts weekly programs geared to ages 2-5 and their caregivers, with a variety of learning activities and registration is not required to attend any of the programs.
The Noble Public Library is having Biz 4 Breakfast at its monthly networking event, at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 27, at the library.
Registration is not required to be part of the event, and the event is an opportunity for local business people and entrepreneurs to meet, share ideas and network. It is led by Phil Clark, one of the Pioneer Library System’s Business Outreach Coordinators.