Moore Public Library
Help take some of the mystery and stress out of home buying with the help of the Moore Public Library and its Pathway to Home Ownership series. The three-part presentation takes place at 6:30 p.m. on three consecutive Tuesdays, Oct. 1, Oct. 8 and Oct. 15, at the library.
Each week, prospective home buyers will learn about different aspects of the process. The schedule of programs features:
Oct. 1 – Credit 101 and Types of Home Loans;
Oct. 8 – Pros to Using a Realtor, and Surviving Home Inspections
Oct. 15 – From Contract to Close: Title/Escrow and Home Insurance
Though not required, it’s encouraged to attend all three sessions. There will be a drawing held at the conclusion of the three programs, and each week a participant attends earns them a spot in the drawing.
Ages 18 and up may participate. Advance registration is required.
The Moore Public Library takes library service throughout its community with program and outreach opportunities both inside its walls and throughout the city.
Especially popular is the library’s extensive schedule of children’s activities and its dedicated area for children’s services near the library entrance. Tuesday morning’s Preschool Story Time at 10 a.m. is geared to ages 2 and up and their caregivers, while younger pre-readers can take part in Lapsit Story Time at 10 and 10:45 a.m. on Wednesdays. Older children can enjoy events like the monthly Kid’s Club and other periodic afterschool activities.
A trip further back into the building reveals the teen space and Computer Training Center, as well as additional banks of public computers. And some 130,000 books and magazines are housed in Moore, with access to the Pioneer Library System’s even more extensive collection available for card holders.
The library’s Meeting Rooms are used not just for library programs, but also can be reserved by members of the public for a variety of uses when available.
And library partnerships regularly take events outside the doors of the building to sites like Moore’s Central Park, The Boxcar Coffee shop, Buck Thomas Park and more sites for outreach activities.
Find out more about everything going on this month and beyond here in Moore through the online calendar or pick up a copy of our physical calendar inside the library.
The Moore Public Library invites members of the military, veterans and their families to take part in the third annual edition of its Military Resource Fair, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, in Rooms A and B.
A variety of organizations will be available at the event to discuss their offerings for service members both present and past as well as their family members.
Among the groups scheduled to attend are the Alzheimer’s Association; American Legion, Post 184 (Moore); Books by Vets; Bruce January Memorial VFW Post 8706; Building Healthy Military Communities (BHMC); FirstLight Home Care; Gateway Mortgage Group; Mid-Del Technology Center; Oklahoma Community College; Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs; Oklahoma Employment Security Commission; Sunbelt Staffing; Troops to Teachers; and the Wounded Warrior Project.
Participating organizations have different criteria they use to focus on specific populations. The library welcomes all visitors who have served or are serving in the U.S. military, and any attendees who may not meet the criteria of some of the participating partners is invited to visit the library's Information Desk to learn about alternatives.
Participants may be added as the program date nears, so check with the library for an up-to-date list.