Learn and grow as the Noble Public Library welcomes preschoolers and their families for its Tadpole Tuesdays series, scheduled at 10:30 a.m. on each Tuesday of the month.
Activities will take place in the Ina Byerly Activity Room of the library and will include the following schedule during May:
May 1 – Viva GLARt! Grow a Learner Through Art, a bilingual early literacy activity combining art and play;
May 8 – Make and Take, a craft project to make at the library and take home;
May 15 – Story Time, with stories, crafts, songs and more;
May 22 – Story Time and Music, with a musical element added to Story Time;
May 29 – Story Time, with stories, crafts, songs and more;
Registration is not required in advance.
Eligible donors are invited to give blood to OBI and also get a look at the services their hometown library has to offer.
Check the OBI’s website for information on eligibility to donate and other ways to help the organization.
Summer is almost here, and that means the annual Summer Reading Program bringing a jolt of activity to the community through the activities of the Noble Public Library.
This year’s theme, “Libraries Rock!” is giving a chance to explore literal rocks with the Museum of Osteology or PLS Maker Mobile staff to “rocking” with music and art programs led by a variety of local performers.
Begin the summer with the library’s Family Fun Friday: Summer Reading Kickoff, from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, June 1, at the library. The event features several games and an opportunity to win prizes, as well as a chance to sign up for SRP and start working toward a reading goal and free book.
Summer programs get started in earnest in early June with programs lasting to early August.
Sponsors for this year’s Summer Reading Program are the Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation, Friends of the Library groups, Hitachi Computer Products of America Inc., Institute of Museum and Library Services, Oklahoma College Savings Plan, the Pioneer Library System, Pioneer Library System Foundation, Sonic – America’s Drive-In, Corp., the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and the Oklahoman Newspapers in Education.