Suburban Acres Library will be closed Feb. 6-14 for library improvements.
Libraries stand as a beacon of knowledge in a community – an unwavering resource to any person who enters the book-filled stacks.
To recognize the library’s importance in the community, Tulsa City-County Library presents “Lives Change @ Your Library,” during National Library Week, April 13-19.
The weeklong celebration highlights ways libraries can benefit all citizens. Tulsa City-County Library features more than 1.5-million items to choose from. Enjoy books for children, tweens, teens and adults. Customers also can enjoy Wi-Fi, computers, copiers, printers, fax service and business databases. Ask a librarian about meeting rooms, study areas and other gathering places for individuals, small groups and larger events for non-profits or small businesses. Library cards are free to anyone who lives, works or goes to school in Tulsa County.
Use your library card to access these free services…
From Monday, April 14 – Friday, April 18, the campaign is hosting several social media promotions. All participants will be entered into a grand-prize drawing for a Kindle Fire. Details and official rules available on the @ your library website. Promotions include:
National Library Week is observed at libraries across the nation and is sponsored by the American Library Association each April. The purpose is to remind citizens of the library’s importance and relevance in providing information.
For more information on National Library Week or other library programming, call the AskUs Hotline, 918-549-7323, or visit the library’s website, www.tulsalibrary.org.
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