February is the month of love, so spend time with your friends and family at the library. Participate in one of our family oriented computer workshops with a relative or play Minecraft with friends after school.

Signup for these free programs will open in January 2016

Need a reminder to sign up? email mary@elrenolibrary.org.

Snail Mail Computer Workshop

View & Download the Snail Mail Flyer (PDF)

View & Download the Snail Mail Flyer (PDF)

Saturday, February 6th at 10 am to 11:30 am
Learn how to customize letters and envelopes. Leave with your custom printed letter and envelope.

This free program is for teens and adults. Sign up is required by phone or online,

Sign up for the Snail Mail Workshop

Minecraft Time!

View & Download the MineCraft Flyer (PDF)

View & Download the MineCraft Flyer (PDF)

Friday, February 12th from 3 pm to 4 pm
All Game Modes! Pizza provided!

Teens Only
Free – but sign up required by phone or online:

Sign up For Minecraft

Family Remnants Computer Workshop

View & Download the Family Remnants Flyer (PDF)

View & Download the Family Remnants Flyer (PDF)

Saturday, February 20th at 10 am to 11:30 am

You’ll Learn:

  • How to search for unclaimed property online
  • The basics of ancestry.com
  • How to use the library’s El Reno/Canadian County focused archives room

You will leave with printouts of your first searches and a packet for the Edna May Armold Archives Room.

Adults & Teens
Free – but sign up required by phone or online:

Sign up for Family Remnants

In the meantime, explore the Overdrive Teen collection for eBooks, eAudiobooks, and movies!

eBooks and more for teens through OK virtual Library

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 the library building. If you need help exploring this amazing website, schedule a one-on-one session with a librarian. When you are in the library, access Ancestry for Libraries.