All locationswill be closed for Labor Day on Mon, Sep 5
The Peggy Helmerich Library will be closed temporarily for light renovation. We anticipate the closure to last several weeks. During the closure, any items you have placed on hold will be sent to Hardesty Library.
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Submitted by Jennifer A on Thu, 03/13/2014 - 12:09pm
The March book club selection is Call Me Francis Tucket. This second book in a popular series by Gary Paulsen (a favorite author of Literacy book club!) is another action-packed Western with galloping horses and one friendly old mule. There are also shooting rifles, heroes, scoundrels, some lost children, (maybe a few wolves here and there) and prairie ethics. Gary Paulsen is a Newberry Honor award winning master storyteller whose stories often appeal to reluctant readers.
With over 1 billion users, Facebook has emerged as the social graph. With 250 million users, LinkedIn is the professional graph. Mobile technology is transforming every industry. Yet these platforms continue to operate at the periphery of most non-profit fundraising organizations.
Whether you are an American Indian yourself or just want to learn more about the culture and people, the Tulsa City-County Library has a number of tools that you may find useful. The best place to start is with our American Indian Resource Center (or AIRC), which can be found in the Interests tab of the library’s home page, under the Topics list.
Demolition and abatement at the Central Library is running smoothly, with the 4th and 3rd floors now completely cleared. Abatement is nearly complete in the sub-basement. Demolition is almost complete on the 1st floor and crews will soon be moving to the second floor.
Once the clearing is complete, renovation will begin in late Spring.