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Submitted by Family Reads on Thu, 05/23/2013 - 12:56pm
The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) has teamed up with LEGO® DUPLO® to make this fun guide with instructions on how to make some great Lego creations and a list of books to make the most of this constructive play.
The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits has launched a new website OklahomaGives.org to help nonprofits and supporters share their stories of support, communicate needs and show that Oklahoma is truly one of the greatest and most generous states in the country.
After several tragic weather events, many Oklahomans are in need of assistance. Access these resources to offer donations of money, food, water, or other needed supplies. (gratitude to the Tulsa World and my colleague, Johanna Burton, for disaster relief information)
Submitted by Jennifer A on Tue, 05/21/2013 - 11:54am
In recent weeks we’ve made calls to about a dozen people with disconnected phone numbers. If your phone number(s) change, or you obtain a new email address, or even move residences, please remember to update your contact information with the literacy office at 918-549-7400.
In addition, in order to be more green, the Tulsa City-County Library will no longer mail library notifications through the postal system. Make sure the library has your email address on file and/or a working phone number so that you can continue to receive notifications!
Yes, the library does have access to the Tulsa County Land Records. Using these databases, you can look up residential and commercial properties by address, owner, subdivision, and more. You can also access the Land Records to find out information about your own property, such as square footage, year built, and tax details. If you are looking to buy a home, it's also a good resource to see if your potential new home has any existing liens before you buy.