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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A Navigator is trained and able to help consumers, small businesses, and their employees as they look for health coverage options through the Marketplace, including completing eligibility and enrollment forms.
Navigators will be at these Tulsa City-County Library locations to answer questions about the Affordable Care Act and to assist anyone needing help registering for and purchasing insurance through the Marketplace.
We have access to a variety of standards in our Research Center. You can see a list of the available standards on this handy guide. To find the guide from our home page, go to the Research & Learn tab, then look under the Research by Subject list for the link to Standards.
At the Tulsa Historical Society on Saturday, November 16th, John Brooks Walton will talk about his book Flowers by Mrs. Dehaven. The book will be for sale, and Walton will be available for signing. The event is from 1:00-3:00 PM.
Admission is free for THS members, children, and students
One of the guiding principles librarians use when connecting readers to books they will enjoy is that someone should NEVER apologize for his/her reading tastes. I think, however, that I might also add: “but be willing to stretch.” It’s just like our parents would explain “You don’t have to like everything, but you do have to try it.” So, I can say with empirical backing that I don’t care for turnips or Harry Potter. But, I’m guilty like everyone else of assuming I won’t like something based on its genre or cover.