Get Involved!


Join Sherry S. Clark, program director of RSVP Tulsa, as she discusses the Tulsa County Family Safety Court Watch volunteer program. Court Watch uses volunteers to observe cases in the courts related to family safety and then provide feedback to participants and the community about the process, with the larger goal of increasing safety of victims and their children and improving accountability for abusers.



Wednesday, Sept. 2

12:30-2:30 pm

South Broken Arrow Library

Wow! Take a Look at Central's New Exterior Panels

Remember the dated, river rock panels that covered the lower exterior of the Central Library?  Those panels were removed and are now being replaced by new cast stone panels that complement the original travertine on the upper exterior.

For more construction photos go to this link on flickr:

I’m new to Tulsa. Where can I learn about how the city operates?

The library’s Research Center has put together a resource guide about the operation of both the city and county governments of Tulsa, as well as those of several surrounding communities, such as Broken Arrow, Owasso, and Sand Springs, among others.

Dying: Can We Talk? by Cindy Hulsey

Human beings don’t do death very well. Intellectually we know our lives are finite, yet we put off facing reality until it smacks us in the face. Even though we know our parents will one day die (and so will we), we are often unprepared when the time comes to move our parents into assisted living or to navigate the horrors of dementia, or to figure out how to broach the taboo subjects of money, wills and last wishes.

Better Living through Reading by Cindy Hulsey

Most of us who enjoy reading know that it has many benefits, but if someone asked us to rattle off those benefits off the top of our head we might hesitate. Recently I ran across an article on that lists the ten ways reading makes people more successful. Here they are in a nutshell.