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Craft a Valentine's Day memento

There's a whole day devoted solely to love. Does that make any sense? Nah. Love makes us all crazy. But it's fun too.

Do you want to embrace the crazy fun which is Valentines? Well then, get into the holiday spirit with the Moore Public Library’s DIY Valentine’s Day event, at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 9, in Room A of the library.

All supplies are provided but sign up early, because registration in advance is required.

Sign up by visiting the library’s Information Desk, calling 793-4349, or online here

The evening is for ages 18 and up, who will put together craft projects that bring out the Valentine’s Day spirit.

It's a busy February in the Children's Department

The Moore Public Library invites children and their caregivers to a variety of age-appropriate programs throughout the week at the library.

Most activities take place in the Story Time Room of the library, which is adjacent to the Children’s Department.

The schedule for February features:

Story Time, for ages 3 and up – 10 a.m. Tuesdays, Feb. 3, 10, 17 and 24;

Read more: It's a busy February in the Children's Department

Learn a new computer skill with a free class

Come learn some basic computer skills at the Moore Public Library with some free computer classes.

The Moore Public Library has announced its schedule for free computer classes for February, to take place in the Computer Training Center of the library.

Registration is required for each individual class. To register, visit the library, call 793-4349, or register online at the library Events Calendar.

Read more: Learn a new computer skill with a free class

New Beginner’s Yoga series to debut on Mondays

The Moore Public Library debuts its new free Beginner’s Yoga classes, from 6 to 7 p.m. on Mondays beginning Feb. 2, at the library.

Classes will be taught by a certified YMCA instructor and are designed to increase flexibility, balance and coordination with poses. The classes are for ages 18 and up, and registration is not required to attend classes.

Attendees are asked to wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat or towel for comfort. There will be a limited number of mats provided to borrow on a first-come, first-served basis.

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

If you miss out on any of these yoga classes but want to read more on yoga, consider the following books available from your local branch of the Pioneer Library System: