Noble Public Library
- Published: 26 June 2017 26 June 2017
The entertainment and education Science Museum Oklahoma brings to its events during the Summer Reading Program in hometown libraries isn’t just limited to children or teens.
There also is a chance for adults ages 18 and up to take in an activity just for them. The Noble Public Library presents the SMO program “Escaping the Carroll House,” at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 6.
The program is based off the idea of the escape rooms that are challenging people and growing in popularity. They will be a puzzling escape challenge to test the abilities of the group while the clock counts down to zero. Best of all, unlike the escape rooms that are popping up around Oklahoma, this activity is offered free of charge.
Space for the program is limited to 10, so registration in advance is required.
Read more about SMO here.