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Splash pads, water parks and pools! Oh my!

While the rainy weather may not have us thinking about the summer heat, Tulsa will continue to have some great places to cool off this summer.

City of Tulsa's water playgrounds and splash pads are set to open Memorial Day weekend.

Water playgrounds and splash pads are open 12pm - 8pm.

Kicking off their pool season is the annual Tulsa Parks Beach Bash on May 30 at McClure pool from 12pm - 3pm. 

Lacy and Reed pools open May 31 and Berry and Whiteside pools open June 1.

Walmart Sand Springs Hiring!

 

Walmart Sand Springs is now hiring!

Positions available include:

  • Tire & Battery Tech
  • Sales Associates for Dairy, Meat, Deli, Frozen Food dept. 
  • Inventory/pricing Associates

Workforce Tulsa will be at the following libraries for interviews.   So stop by with two forms of ID (Driver’s License, Social Security card) and a resume, if you have one. We will look forward to seeing you!

 

Thursday, May 28th

4pm – 5:30pm

I want to get my GED, but need to study up for it first. Where can I start?

If you want to take the GED, the library can help you prepare to take the test. We have multiple databases that offer skill building programs, tutorials, and practice tests, as well as a list of community resources that provide GED classes and testing. To access these resources from our home page, go to the Research & Learn tab and look in the Research by Subject column.

Preparing for New Parking

In the past, Central Library customers often found a shortage of parking spaces.  Along with the renovation of the library, a new parking garage with 140 parking spaces will be constructed west of the library.  Entrances will be from 5th Street and at the center of the photo from 4th Street.

Bloomsbury Revisited by Cindy Hulsey

Historical fiction is an appealing genre, given its ability to flesh out historical periods and people in a way that is not bound by a strict allegiance to facts. Lately there has been an abundance of novels published about real historical figures, which takes this premise one step further, giving authors freedom to imagine the inner lives of historical figures.

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