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Mon 08

Free Spanish Class on Zoom

March 8 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Mon 08

Zumba w/ Tarah

March 8 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tue 09

Tuesday Citizenship Free Classes on Zoom

March 9 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Bartlesville Public Library

600 S. Johnstone

Bartlesville, OK 74003

918-338-4161

Hours:

Monday - Friday:
9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday:
9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Days Library is Closed

bpl@cityofbartlesville.org

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Each #lifehacks class features a cooking basics segment and an adulting segment, which explains how to accomplish an everyday task that adults commonly face. These classes are geared for 16-23 year olds.

Dusty Hardester of Dusty Rose Cakes bakery and cake shop will talk about basic knife skills and safety while making a salad and simple salad dressing. David Cleveland from Truity Credit Union will discuss how to best build credit.

The class will take place on Thursday, February 25 starting at 4 pm as a Facebook Live event, and can be viewed from the Library’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/bvillelibrary. This is a free class.

The #lifehacks program series is made possible by a community grant from Phillips 66.

Katie Hughes, OSU Extension Office Agriculture/4-H Educator for Washington County, will present general guidelines on successful flower and vegetable gardening. Her talk will include choosing your garden site, soil testing and preparation, and using raised beds and containers. Hughes holds a Master of Science degree in Animal Science from Angelo State University.

The program will be Thursday, February 18 at 2 pm as a Facebook Live event from the Library’s Facebook page.

For more information, please call the Reference Desk at 918-338-4169.

Join us for a special recording from Kevin Wood, a professional Abraham Lincoln presenter, for his hour-long program A New Birth of Freedom, available for viewing on the library’s website and Facebook page, debuting Wednesday, February 10 at 4 pm and available for viewing till Wednesday, February 17.

A New Birth of Freedom will be a first-hand account from Abraham Lincoln himself of the United States from 1776 to the end of the Civil War in 1865. This period was a remarkable time for our young nation;  a time of exciting new ideas, growth and tremendous change. Yet at the same time, the period experienced great conflict and an uncertain future for the nation. This would all lead to twelve turbulent years (1854-1865), which almost destroyed our nation, but ultimately resulted in a “new birth of freedom.” Mr. Lincoln will also quote from his best-known speeches and writings, and share his own inspiring story of how he rose from a humble background to the highest office in the land through self-study, hard work, ambition, and a strong moral character.

Kevin Wood, currently of Oak Park, Illinois, has been portraying Mr. Lincoln since 2000. He has made over 1,198 appearances in 26 states and 2 foreign countries. He has appeared at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum and in Washington DC. This will be his first time presenting to an audience in Oklahoma.

Each #lifehacks class features a cooking basics segment and an adulting segment, which explains how to accomplish an everyday task that adults commonly face. These classes are geared for 16-23 year olds.

Dusty Hardester of Dusty Rose Cakes bakery and cake shop will talk about basic utensils and ingredients needed in the kitchen. Representatives from Patriot Buick-GMC-Hyundai will give advice on what you need to know to buy a car. Danielle Weaver from State Farm will also share information about car insurance.

The class will take place on Thursday, January 28 starting at 4 pm as a Facebook Live event  and can be viewed from the Library’s Facebook page at  https://www.facebook.com/bvillelibrary . This is a free class. For more information, please call the Reference desk at 918-338-4169.

The #lifehacks program series is made possible by a community grant from Phillips 66.

When you look around your home, how does it make you feel? If you answered “stressed” or “overwhelmed,” maybe you need to rethink how your home is organized. Janet Hardy, a professional organizer, will cover the basics of home organization, common problems, and how order can provide mental clarity in her program New Year, New Organized Spaces on January 11, 6 pm. Her program will be a Facebook Live event on the Library’s Facebook page.

From an early age, Hardy loved to organize. She discovered how order “brings me joy and allows me to focus on things that really matter in life.” Her nonjudgmental approach to organizing is to “help you create a contained space, bringing simplicity to your life so you can focus on more important things.”

She lives in Bartlesville with her husband and two toddlers, and works full time in addition to her professional organizing business Containing Spaces.

Each #lifehacks class features a cooking basics segment, taught by instructors from Tri County Tech Chefs Tara Burkhead and Seth Day, and an adulting basics segment, which explains how to accomplish an everyday task that adults commonly face.  These classes are geared for 16-23 year olds.

December’s #lifehacks cooking segment will highlight making comfort food. The adulting basics segment will address what you need to know when moving into your own place so you can prepare now.  Brenda Koons will explain what a landlord will expect when you rent.

The class will take place on Tuesday, December 29 starting at 4 pm.

The prerecorded cooking segment will be uploaded at 4:00 pm and renting basics segment will be a Facebook Live event that will begin at 4:30 pm. Both the prerecorded cooking segment and the Facebook Live event can be viewed from the Library’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/bvillelibrary

This is a free class. For more information, please call the Reference desk at 918-338-4169.

The #lifehacks program series is made possible by a community grant from Phillips 66.

Each #lifehacks class features a cooking basics segment, taught by instructors from Tri County Tech Chefs Tara Burkhead and Seth Day, and an adulting basics segment, which explains how to accomplish an everyday task that adults commonly face.  These classes are tailored for 16-23 year olds.

November’s #lifehacks cooking segment will tackle tasty recipes using Thanksgiving leftovers.The adulting basics segment will cover how to properly budget your money so you can pay your bills and save for the future, and will be presented by an expert from Truity Credit Union.

The class will take place on Tuesday, November 24 starting at 4 pm.

The prerecorded cooking segment will be uploaded at 4:00 pm and the budgeting basics segment will be a Facebook Live event that will begin at 4:30 pm. Both the prerecorded cooking segment and the Facebook Live event can be viewed from the Library’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/bvillelibrary

This is a free class. For more information, please call the Reference desk at 918-338-4169.

The #lifehacks program series is made possible by a community grant from Phillips 66.

Learn from a professional realtor the proven tactics you can use to sell your house faster. Janet Reilly from RE/MAX will discuss the details on how to give your house the wow factor, including staging a house and curbside appeal, that will draw potential buyers. Reilly has lived in Bartlesville all her life and is a licensed broker associate. She has been selling real estate at RE/MAX for over 20 years and has a passion for helping people with their real estate needs.

This free program will be Monday, November 9 at 3 pm via Facebook Live from the Library’s Facebook page.

For more information, please call the Reference desk at 918-338-4169.

Each #lifehacks class features a cooking basics segment, taught by instructors from Tri County Tech Chefs Tara Burkhead and Seth Day, and an adulting basics segment, which addresses how to accomplish an everyday task that adults commonly face.  These classes are geared for 16-23 year olds.

October’s #lifehacks cooking segment will feature making easy and budget-friendly Halloween snacks and party food.

The adulting basics segment will cover how to get a job. Laura Sanders, Human Resources Director for the City of Bartlesville, will discuss the basics of applying and interviewing for a job.

The class will take place on Thursday, October 29 starting at 4 pm.

The prerecorded cooking segment will be uploaded at 4:00 pm and the getting a job segment will be a Facebook Live event that will begin at 4:30 pm. Both the prerecorded cooking segment and the Facebook Live event can be viewed from the Library’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/bvillelibrary

This is a free class. For more information, please call the Reference desk at 918-338-4169.

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