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Popular Gel Bracelets for Sale

You can now purchase a cool "Libraries Change Lives" gel bracelet at every library location for just $1, and help fund the renovation of the Central Library.

New Dates for Conversation Circles

Don't miss our new dates for Conversation Circles!

If you've been unable to attend before, we are now having CC at new locations and times. 

Conversation Circles is a great opportunity to practice speaking and listening in a group setting. It's also a wonderful chance to meet other ESL students and learn about other cultures. 

Starting the second week in July, Conversation Circles are happening: 

 

 

3D Printing at the Library

3D printing is now available for customers and staff use. We currently have an Ultimaker2 and are in the process acquiring a 3D carver (CNC Mill) for customer use, as well. 

What is 3D printing? 3D printing is a process by which solid 3 dimensional objects are created from a programmed digital model. Users can design an object on the computer, and the printer builds the design into a solid piece or pieces using a plastic filament. 

TulsaWiki: A Repository For Your Local History Research

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If you have researched a Tulsa and Oklahoma history topic and are looking for a repository for your work or for your resources, the TulsaWiki is a great tool for this purpose. Your TulsaWiki entry may be a useful lead for future researchers and doesn't need to be long or in-depth, unless you want it to be long and in-depth. 

A Cup of Saki, Please by Will Thomas

Chances are, you would have to be an English major to know who Saki was.  This is a crime, because Saki (H.H. Munro, 1870-1916) is killingly funny.  He was inspired by Oscar Wilde and Lewis Carroll a generation before him, and in turn inspired P.G. Wodehouse, Graham Greene, and A.A. Milne.  In our generation, he influenced Edward Gorey, who illustrated his book, THE UNREST-CURE AND OTHER STORIES (New York Review Books, 2013.)  It is a perfect match.

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