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April 30, 2014

Library briefs

MOORE — The Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library invites new computer users to its Internet Basics class, at 10 a.m. May 6, in the Computer Training Center of the library, 2201 SW 134th St.

The class will include the basics of the World Wide Web, including security tips, safe website suggestions and ways to stay safe while surfing the Internet.

The class is for ages 18 and up and is offered free of charge but space in the computer lab is limited, so registration in advance is required.

Library, Red Cross to provide Disaster Preparedness 4 Kids program

The Moore Public Library, in partnership with the American Red Cross, will help children feel a little safer as spring storm season nears with a Disaster Preparedness 4 Kids program at 4:30 p.m. May 6, at the library, 225 S. Howard Ave.

The program will teach children about the “Pillowcase Project,” a national plan in place from the Red Cross with the goal or teaching about safety and preparedness in a fun and interactive way for children.

Space is limited so registration is required. The program is designed for children in kindergarten through sixth grade.

For more information, call the library at 793-4347 or go online to


Moore library sets herb gardening workshop

The Moore Public Library helps gardeners get some new ideas for the spring season with the program “All About Herb Gardening,” at 6:30 p.m. May 6, in Room B of the library, 225 S. Howard Ave.

Representatives from the Master Gardeners will lead the workshop, which focuses on growing, preserving and using herbs.

The program is free of charge but space is limited, so registration is required in advance. It is for ages 18 and up.

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

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