Join us in Meeting Room A on April 26th for a lunch time event presented by Bartlesville Friends of the Library, as Jerrie Nicholson reviews the book: A Gentleman in Moscow, by Amor Towles. Towles also penned Rules of Civility which was a New York Times best seller. This is the second review of the 2018 spring Books Sandwiched-In series, sponsored by Bartlesville Friends of the Library.
This event is free and open to the public. Should you have additional questions, please call (918) 338-4187 or email us at email@example.com.
In our last cooking class, Mike Minnich taught us how to cook pork chops with reduction sauce. The results of his fine cooking was the sample of delicious pork chops with a cranberry reduction and an orange reduction sauce.
Chef Mike gave us some very good cooking instructions, including the surprising use of pans that are not coated with a non-stick coating. Not only did Chef Mike give us these instructions, he also showed us a technique that would make the cleaning of our skillet much easier.
On April 4th, at noon at the Bartlesville Public Library, Chef Mike will return to teach us some new ways to cook cauliflower. Chef Mike believes that cauliflower is one of the most underrated vegetables there are.
Come join us at noon on Wednesday, April 4th at the Bartlesville Public Library and discover new ways to appreciate cauliflower!
Learn Fun and Easy Cooking from Chef Mike Minnich of Tri-County-Tech. Each session covers a different subject. Class 2 – covers soups, Class 3 – pork chops with reduction sauce, Class 4 – cooking with cauliflower, Class 5 – healthy substitutions, and Class 6 – cooking with chicken!
Josh Wright Personal Trainer at Colaw Fitness Discusses Mobility at the Bartlesville Public Library
Thursday, October 12, 6:30 pm.
Admission is Free.
Held in Meeting Room A or go to Josh Wright’s Face Book page and watch him live by clicking on this link facebook
Remember the Days When Hula Hooped?
Come join the Bartlesville Public Library Literacy Services
Thursday October 5th from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. in meeting room A.
Discover the surprising benefits of hula hooping!
Erin K. Moritz, PA-C will be giving tips on preventing skin cancer. May is Skin Cancer Awareness month and this will be an opportunity to be reminded of how to have safe fun in the sun. Come join us at 10:30 a.m. upstairs, meeting room A, on Wednesday, May 24.
Ashley Burson, Wellness and Aquatic Specialist and Coordinator at Phillips 66, is teaching a series of REFIT Exercise classes Wednesday nights from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm in the Library’s upstairs meeting room. REFIT classes are scheduled for May 3, 10, 17, 24, & 31. REFIT combines several elements of fitness into one power-packed hour. While the focus is structured around Cardio Dance movements, toning and flexibility, strength training and stretching are also incorporated into the REFIT workout. The workout formula is easy to follow and will challenge both fitness enthusiasts and welcome beginners.
An Online Job Search Tips and Resources Class will be held on Monday, May 8, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Library’s Meeting Room C. Nadine Hawke will show what the Library has to offer to help you with your job search including its subscription to JobNow and the Library’s Career Center.
She will also provide information on the most notable websites for different phases of your job search. Laptops will be available, but you are welcome to bring your own laptop or tablet.
The class is free, but please register by contacting the Reference desk at 918-338-4169.
A free class on how to use your Kindle to check out e-books and e-audiobooks from Overdrive will be held Tuesday, April 25 in the Library’s Meeting Room C from 6 pm to 7 pm.
Overdrive is a service offered by Bartlesville Public Library that lets patrons borrow e-books, e-audiobooks, and more from their digital collection for free.
You are welcome to bring your charged and registered Kindle device to the class.
Class size is limited, so please call to register at 918-338-4169.
If you are looking for assistance in tracking your family information, experienced genealogists will be available on Saturday, April 22 from 9 to 4 in the Local and Family History Room of the Bartlesville Public Library. Volunteer genealogists will be there to guide you, whether you are beginning family research or need suggestions to further your research. It is helpful to bring the family information you already have, along with the questions or family information you need answered.
The purpose of the Bartlesville Genealogical Society is to promote and encourage the common interest of family genealogy. All genealogy assistance is a free service provided by the Society.