Join the library’s “Secret Service”

book ajcket for Kingsman: the secret service by Mark MillarThink you have what it takes to be a spy or secret service member?

We need students going into 7th through 12th grades to report to the Noble Public Library for “Kingsman: The Secret Service” at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 11.

Get training in the secret world of spies with a look into the tools and gadgets of the trade. Then use your newfound skills and knowledge to take on “the most dangerous job interview in the world.”

The Science Museum of Oklahoma will provide the training and conduct the interview for this program as part of the Oklahoma Museum Network - a group of facilities across the state working together to provide hands-on learning. It features the Science Musuem of Oklahoma, Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum in Seminole, Leonardo’s Children’s Museum in Enid, Museum of the Great Plains in Lawton, and the Tulsa Children’s Museum.

Go Cover 2 Cover with ‘A Star for Mrs. Blake’

book jacket for A Star for Mrs. Blake by April SmithJoin the Noble Public Library’s Cover 2 Cover book discussion group to discuss A Star for Mrs. Blake by April Smith at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 11.

Five Gold Star mothers travel to the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery to say final good-byes to their sons and come together along the way to face the unexpected: a death, a scandal, and a secret revealed.

The discussion group is for ages 18 and up and includes optional potluck refreshments following each month’s discussion.

Expand your artistic side with three-day Art Camp

book jacket for Art Lab for KidsThe Noble Public Library invites children ages 8 to 12 to its three-day Art Camp, at 10 a.m. June 10-12, at the library.

You will learn about a different art medium each day and then make a piece of art using that medium that you can take home. Space and supplies are limited, so register today to reserve your space.

This is one of the Noble Library’s series of multi-day camps offered this summer on a variety of subjects.

Continue expanding your art skills with art books and videos available at the library. 

Meet Monty Harper at the Library

You know there's something going on at the library on 10 a.m. Monday, June 8.  And you really wan to be part of it - Monty Harper will be performing!

Now I swear I'm not braggin, but I heard this show is going to ROCK! so we hope to see you there with your super hero capes on.

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De-stress with help from the Oklahoma Museum Network

Have no fear! The fun of the Oklahoma Museum Network isn’t just limited to youngsters this summer. Scientific stars will give adults a look into making their own bath complements as part of the Adult Summer Reading Program in the program “De-Stress with the Science of Herbs and Oils,” coming to the Noble Public Library at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 9. Space and materials are limited, so registration is required, which can be done online.

“There is such a big push to go natural, and there are ways to make your own in a do-it-yourself project,” said Eileen Castle, Outreach Coordinator for the OMN.

Among the projects available will be cocoa butter, salt and sugar scrubs and bath bombs, all from natural materials safer than some of what goes into store-bought products.

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‘Paint Your World’ with adult art program

Have you ever thought you had a creative mind? Have you wanted to try making some art? Find your inner-artist and have some laughs with the the ladies of Be Wild For Art on Thursday, June 4 at 6 p.m. at the Noble Public Library,

We will provide the paint, brushes, and canvas, while you provide the talent to create your own unique masterpiece. Space and materials are limited, so registration is required, which can be done online.

It was such a popular tour in the past that the ladies decided to come back again this summer for their program called “Paint Your World.”

The format of this year’s event will be similar to last summer. Each library will pick a portrait as a starting point. Each participant receives a canvas and materials to create their own masterpiece. No two paintings in an audience will be the same, or be right or wrong.

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