The Moore American


April 3, 2013

Library briefs



The program is sponsored by the Oklahoma Humanities Council and the Pioneer Library System, and is part of the schedule of events for The Big Read, the library’s month long celebration of literature centered around the Tobias Wolff novel “Old School.”

Attendees will go “old school” by using pen and paper for some of the writing exercises in the class and are asked to bring something to write with and on.

The class is for ages 18 and up, and space is limited so registration is required to attend.

For more information, visit the library, call 793-4349 or go online to


Library sets Make and Take

Make and Take a new creation at the Moore Public Library’s twice-monthly craft morning for children. Make and Takes are scheduled in April at 10 a.m. April 11, and again at the same time April 25, in the Story Time Room of the library, 225 S. Howard Ave.

Activities are geared to ages 3 to 12, and children will get to take home their project.

Supplies are provided by the library, and registration is not needed in advance to take part.

For more information on this or other activities and services offered at the library, call 793-4347 or go online to


April Fools party for tweens

The Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library has an afternoon of fun and fooling planned for tweens ages 7 to 12 at its April Fools party, at 4 p.m. April 9.

The afternoon’s festivities will fill Rooms A and B of the library with jokes, pranks, funny snacks and other entertaining activities for tweens.

Registration is requested in advance so staff will have enough snacks and riddles on hand.

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