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Tulsa: A New Home

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Tulsa City-County Library and the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art are pleased to announce the exhibition Tulsa: A New Home, which opens June 1st at the Hardesty Regional Library. Tulsa: A New Home celebrates early Jewish immigrants to Tulsa and their impact on the broader community.

A Place for a New Staircase

The Central Library will soon have a new staircase between the second and third floors.  The photo shows the opening cut in the third floor, looking down to the second and first floors.

Making Way for Study Rooms

In the photo, workmen are shown removing the surface of the Central Library's second floor balcony.  On the balcony's east and west sides, eight small study group rooms will be constructed.

Saving Water

In the photo are two 5,700 gallon tanks that will collect and store rainwater to suppliment the water needed for the Central Library's irrigation system.

Once Upon a Time by Rebecca Howard

Before my niece could speak a full sentence, she knew the phrase “once upon a time.” She would walk over to me holding a book in one hand and sit on my lap. As I opened the book, she would begin “once upon a time,” which I must confess sounded a bit more like “uns-uponna-tie.” Darling, right? But also incredibly powerful.

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