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Tue 27

FREE — Tuesday Citizenship Class

July 27 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Tue 27

Cricut Demonstration with Rebecca Whisman

July 27 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Tue 27

Tips for Raising Healthy Pets

July 27 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Tue 27

FREE — Tuesday ELL Conversation Class

July 27 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Tue 27

Yoga w/ Glenda @ Unity Square

July 27 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Bartlesville Public Library

600 S. Johnstone

Bartlesville, OK 74003

918-338-4161

Hours:

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

Days Library is Closed

bpl@cityofbartlesville.org

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BPL Literacy Services

The BookPage 2020 December issue features seasonal favorite reads,
new holiday books,
great gift ideas for the book lovers on your list,
and this year’s top titles!

Pick up the December 2020 printed edition of BookPage from Bartlesville Public Library, or click the link above and connect to the online edition!

BookPage is a discovery tool for readers that highlights the best new books published each month. A trusted resource since 1988, BookPage serves more than 400,000 avid readers as one of the only editorially independent book reviews on the market.

Bartlesville Public Library is pleased to announce our new in-house periodical:
Writer’s Digest!

Writer’s Digest has been an excellent resource for aspiring and seasoned writers for the past 100 years. 
Enjoy the informative, bi-monthly publication that is
now available at BPL!
Ask for it at the BPL Reference Desk.

Writer’s Digest has many FREE online resources including Script, which features screenplay and
screenwriting tips!
Click HERE to check out Script!

Writer’s Digest also has a
digital edition;
however, a subscription is required. 

Enjoy reading the FREE copy at
Bartlesville Public Library!

Bartlesville Public Library –
Serving our community with excellence!

By City Council resolution #3163, effective at 11:59 PM on Tuesday November 24, 2020, facial masks, covering both the nose and the mouth, are required to be worn while in City of Bartlesville government buildings which includes Bartlesville Public Library. The ordinance will remain in effect until further notice.

Pick up the November 2020 printed edition of BookPage from Bartlesville Public Library,
or click the link above and connect to the online edition!

BookPage is a discovery tool for readers that highlights the best new books published each month. A trusted resource since 1988, BookPage serves more than 400,000 avid readers as one of the only editorially independent book reviews on the market.

https://issuu.com/book_page/docs/bookpage_october_2020

BookPage recommends new books for readers, whether you’re interested in literary fiction or history, romance or mystery, cookbooks or children’s books. Each issue highlights more than 50 new releases, and contains author interviews, seasonal features, columns and dozens of book reviews that spotlight new discoveries as well as bestsellers.

Tailored to the true booklover, BookPage is guaranteed to keep your “To Be Read” list full and provide plenty of ideas for your next book club pick, at home project, or seasonal decorating and cooking!
Check it out (online) today!

Bartlesville Public Library –
Virtually serving our community with excellence!

The Friends of the Bartlesville Public Library is having a
BIG BOOK SALE with unbelievable prices!
Coming in November,
all of their Christmas and holiday books will be available.
This sale is one you will not want to miss!
Books, books, books & deals, deals, deals –
a great combination!

“The Friends of the Bartlesville Library extends their appreciation for the continued patronage support of the FOL Book Store.”, said Diana Williams, FOL Volunteer.

Connect to the Oklahoma Virtual Library (HERE)

Each month, BPL offers 3 eBooks & 3 eAudio Books with
“no holds & no waiting”.
Use the OverDrive or Libby Apps to download this
month’s specials onto your mobile devices,
and listen or read when and where you want!


Do you need help with the OverDrive or Libby App?
Call our Reference Staff! (918)338-4168
Enjoy the October specials –
Fall into a good eBook or eAudio Book!

Bartlesville Public Library –
Serving our community with excellence!
#BPLibraryLife #OverDrive #Libby
#BPLVirtual #ebooks #eaudiobooks
#October #specials

Bartlesville Public Library is one of
50 institutions to receive the grant from
ODL courtesy of the federal CARES Act and the
Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
A total of $290,000 has been distributed to public libraries;

tribal libraries; cultural centers; museums; and literacy programs to
improve digital access during the COVID-19 pandemic, and beyond.
BPL received a $5,000 grant for literacy and

a $9,240 grant to the library.

BPL’s Director, Shellie McGill, said,
“The funds will be used to purchase 30 “Hotspots” which will help the community with the additional demand and needs related to
Wi-Fi at home or “on the go”,
and to purchase new laptops for our literacy program.”

BPL reopened on June 1:
Monday – Thursday
9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday
9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

According to ODL Director Melody Kellogg, “We already have a digital divide in Oklahoma and across the country. The pandemic has just made the divide harsher since libraries and other places that offer this free access may be closed or only offering limited services at this time.” Kellogg said Congress provided for CARES Act funds to help libraries, museums and tribal nations bridge this divide.

The Oklahoma Department of Libraries is the official state library of Oklahoma.
The agency serves the in-formation and records management needs of state government, assists with public library development, coordinates library and information technology projects for the state, and serves the public through its specialized collections.

The Institute of Museum and Library Services works to advance, support, and empower America’s museums, libraries, and related organizations through grant making, research, and policy development.

A complete list of Oklahoma recipients of the
Digital Inclusion Grants can be found at:
tinyurl.com/OKDigitalInclusionGrants