Gardening on a Dime
Join us as we learn what it takes to turn your store bought vegetables into a garden you can rely on. We will learn techniques to harvest seeds and how to replant cuttings. You can learn more on Saturday, March 16th at 10:00 am at the library. This event is brought to you by the Canadian County Master Gardeners.
Sign up for FanFest 2019!
We don't care if its to have a booth, to volunteer or to donate! You can now apply for all of the above on our website. Follow the link to get started!
Talk Dewey to Me
The library has a blog! Talk Dewey to Me is where you can go to find out more about the goings on of our library. If you are wondering what books the librarians are reading, local history, or to learn more about the librarians, stop by our blog. We will be posting new content weekly.
Calling all BookWorms!
How many badges have you earned? We would like to see your progress! Show us by tagging us on social media @ElRenoCarnegieLibrary or use the hashtag #ERCL.
El Reno Carnegie Library Recent Additions
The library recently purchased Ancestry for Libraries which brings free family history research access to library customers. Library customers can now access Ancestry’s family history databases for free in the library on our public computers or on your own device that you bring to the library. This service is only available in…Read More
Join us at the library for yoga Monday mornings, 9:30-10:30 a.m. This basic yoga class is for those new to yoga, those with physical limitations, and older adults. We take it slow and use the chair to assist us. We do yoga to increase strength and flexibility and to reduce…Read More
A new Let’s Talk About It Oklahoma book discussion series begins this month! This book discussion series begins in July and runs through November featuring scholars from around the state. All five books in this series are in the theme Piecing the Quilt, Stirring the Stew: Ethnic American Women’s Voices. The scholar will…Read More