Cooking gluten-free doesn’t mean having to prepare meals that are taste-free!
They’ll be giving ideas and recipes that are full of taste but also gluten-free for those who have an allergy or are just wanting to keep a gluten-free diet.
The chefs will return for a program focusing on Diabetic-Friendly Cooking, at 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 25, also in Room B of the library.
It will feature recipes that cater not only to those with diabetic conditions but do so without giving up taste.
The programs are for ages 18 and up and are funded thanks to the Oklahoma Department of Libraries with funds from Library Services and Technology (LSTA), a Federal source of library funding provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Do you wish to improve your writing skills? Join the Moore Public Library as it invites writers and aspiring authors to be part of its monthly Just Write: A Writer’s Group, which next meets at 7 p.m. Monday, May 9, in Room B of the library.
The group is for ages 18 and up and hosts meetings each month. Information Services Library Assistant Michael Hallows, himself a published author, leads the group, which welcomes writers of all levels, interests and genres.
Space is limited so registration is required to attend.
The Moore Public Library is joining in the national celebration of Free Comic Book Day with a day of comics and more, beginning when the library opens at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 7.
The library will have free comic books available while supplies last, and also a chance to see the extensive collection of books on favorite comic book characters in the library.
This is the 15th year for Free Comic Book Day, which debuted in 2002 to coincide with the premiere weekend of that year’s release of “Spider-Man” in movie theaters! More than two million comic books were given away in that inaugural event.
All ages are invited, and registration is not required.
The Oklahoma City Zoo is home to a wide variety of animals, and many of those are animals that are still close to home, from habitats that exist here in the Sooner State.
The zoo will show off some of those friends during a visit to the Moore Public Library for the program Oklahoma Animals, at 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 19, in Room B of the library.
The state has a wide variety of habitats, from lakes to mountains, swamps to forests, and each has unique examples of wildlife that live there. Zoo representatives will discuss the differences and bring a few friends that come from those areas.
All ages are invited to attend, and registration is not required.
The Moore Public Library’s Moore Reads Book Discussion group is together in for its next book talk, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 28, in the Conference Room of the library.
This month’s discussion will be on The Paris Wife by Paula McLain.
The group is for ages 18 and up, who meet monthly, generally on the final Thursday of the month. They’ll discuss a title read by all members of the group. A copy of the book, from one of the library’s book discussion kits, is available at the Information Services desk.
Future titles and meeting dates for the group include: