Book Speak by Cindy Hulsey

Conversing fluidly about books is an essential skill for librarians. We need to be able to describe a book in a way that identifies the specific appeals of the book; the characters, storyline, setting, language, etc., which draw a reader to it.

Improve Your Business Website

Clarence Fisher has spent more than a decade in the Internet marketing trenches honing his online marketing skills. After helping national companies go from concept to millions of dollars in revenues he decided to focus his Internet marketing powers on helping local business owners achieve their goals. In this free workshop, Clarence will present simple steps for a much more effective website for your business.

This workshop will provide attendees with a set of practical, time tested, and easy-to-implement tips for improving their web presence.

Computers for Non-Profits

Electronic Synergy Foundation doesn't just keep computers out of landfills; it also keeps them working for non-profits.  A computer recycling foundation, ESF picks out the best and makes them available for sale to individuals and for donation to qualified non-profits.  They also offer repair, training, networking, and website support to non-profits.  Call 918-951-3902 or email to see if your organization qualifies.

Working On the New Entrance

Steel supports are now in place for the steps to the new plaza at the entrance of the Central Library.  The plaza and entrance will be accessible from the reopened Fifth Street.

For more construction photos go to this link on flickr:

Ben's Guide: Educational Games for Summer Fun

Go on a learning adventure this summer with the new Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government!

Named for one of our Nation’s most influential Founding Fathers, Benjamin Franklin, Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government provides games to teach kids (K-12) about the U.S. Government and U.S. history.

Learn the basics like: