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We Speak Children's Here

Childhood is a different country. We've all been there, but like long-ago travel experiences, by the time you are an adult, the sharp details of what it really feels like to be a child start to fade, and you're left with vague memories and faded photo albums.

I'm Thinking Of Switching Careers, But Don't Where To Begin. Can The Library Help Me Get Started?

Yes, we have a database called JobNow which provides a number of resources to help people land a job. To access JobNow, go to our home page and click the large "Find a JobNow!" button, or go to the Research and Learn tab on the homepage and select the Alphabetical List of Resources, then scroll down to J to find the link.

Getting Messy, Getting SmART: Process-Oriented Art

In the 1950s, the art world introduced "happenings" - a non-traditional and active way to experience art, emphasis on experience. The point of these "art happenings" was not an object or a painting but the doing. It was wild, and weird, and challenged people to think about the value of process in developing an artistic relationship to the world.

LEGO-Love in February!

If your kid loves LEGOS but you're tired of stepping on them (ouch!), consider one of these LEGO-focused library programs in February. Your children will have a new place to express their passion for plastic creations AND meet other kids in a relaxed setting.

LEGO Club- Monday, Feb. 6 - 10:30-11:30 a.m., South Broken Arrow Library

Do you like to play with LEGOS? Get hands-on experience with engineering principles as you design and build with LEGOS. For ages 5-18.

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