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Mon 26

Citizenship Classes

August 26 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Mon 26

Spanish Class

August 26 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Tue 27

Yoga

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

English Language Learners Class at Casa Hispana

August 27 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Wed 28

Weekly Baby/Toddler Storytime

August 28 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am
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Bartlesville Public Library

600 S. Johnstone

Bartlesville, OK 74003

918-338-4161

Hours:

M-Th: 9am-9pm

Fri-Sat: 9am-5:30pm

Sun (Sept-May): 1:30pm-5:30pm

Days Library is Closed

bpl@cityofbartlesville.org

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Local and Family History

Bartlesville Area History Museum is offering a free educational, history program at the Bartlesville Public Library.

On Thursday August 22 at 5:30 p.m.,
join BPL and BAHM as we co-host guest speaker,
Dr. Brice Obermeyer,
Delaware Tribe Historic Preservation Officer.


Dr. Obermeyer will present:

Delaware Tribe in the Cherokee Nation“. 

For more information,
please click HERE to view the event details.

Join us this Thursday, August 1st at 7:00 p.m.,
as Bartlesville Public Library
co-hosts an exciting “Pistol Pete”
program with the
Bartlesville Area History Museum (BAHM). 

Betty Keim, the Bartlesville Area History Museum Education Coordinator, will present the Pistol Pete historical program. 

Click HERE for the full event information.

It is sure to be an interesting event that you won’t want to miss!

Bartlesville Public Library – Serving our community with excellence!

Join us at Bartlesville Public Library on
Friday June 14 and celebrate
National Flag Day! 


Click (HERE) for more information.

The ceremony begins at 11:00 a.m. at the
flagpoles located in front of the Library. 

The 2019 ceremony sponsors are
the Bartlesville Chapters of the Daughter of the American Revolutions (DAR) and
the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR). 

In the event of inclement weather,
the ceremony will be moved inside to
BPL’s meeting room C. 

Bartlesville Public Library – Serving Our Community with Excellence!

The Bartlesville Genealogical Society will hold its monthly meeting at 6:30 pm  Monday, July 10, in the Library’s upstairs meeting room. The public is invited.
At 6:30 pm, Rita Bibles, an experienced genealogist, will discuss “Where Do You Start Your Research”. She will explain how you should begin with yourself and work backwards. She will also explain how to use a pedigree chart and why you will want to complete the family group sheets.
At about 7:15 pm, experienced genealogists will be on hand to answer questions from members and guests concerning ancestry search efforts. If time permits, a tutorial will be presented on the use of Ancestry.com, FamilySearch.org and Findagrave.com.

If you are looking for assistance in tracking your family information, experienced genealogists will be available on Saturday, May 20 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. All genealogy assistance is a free service provided by the Bartlesville Genealogical Society.

The Bartlesville Genealogical Society will hold its regular monthly meeting at 6:30 on Monday evening, May 8, in the Bartlesville Public Library’s upstairs meeting room (Conference Room A). The public is invited.

During the 6:30 Beginner’s Corner portion of the meeting, Rita Bibles, an experienced genealogist, will discuss “The importance of using maps and visiting locations in your genealogical search”. At the second portion of the meeting, about 7:15, the guest speaker will be Nadine Hawke, Head of Reference Services at Bartlesville Public Library. She will discuss “Navigating the Local and Family History Map Collection for Your Family Research.” Those in attendance will learn about the maps in the library and how to use them for genealogical research, as well as the new restructuring of your Family History room at the library.

 

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.

If you are looking for assistance in tracking your family information, experienced genealogists will be available on Saturday, March 18 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.

The Bartlesville Genealogical Society will hold its regular monthly meeting at 6:30 on Monday evening, March 13, in the Bartlesville Public Library’s upstairs meeting room (Conference Room A). The public is invited.

During the 6:30 Beginner’s Corner portion of the meeting, those present will learn the basics of beginning genealogy. Rita Bibles, an experienced genealogist, will tell how to locate and search census records. She will share how, once the census records are located, to milk those records to acquire the most information.

At the second portion of the meeting, about 7:15, Meg Greenwood, also an experienced genealogist, will discuss methods for researching your Irish and European ancestors.

The goal of the Bartlesville Genealogical Society is to promote and encourage the common interest of family genealogy and history among the members. Meetings and classes are a service of the Society and are free and open to anyone interested in beginning or continuing family research. Information discussed will assist beginners in their search for family information, and, if you are an experienced genealogist, you will find useful tips in continuing family research.

For more information about the Bartlesville Genealogical Society, including membership options and meeting information (2nd Monday each month), please visit the website: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~okbgs/. You will also find information on Facebook under “Bartlesville Genealogical Society”.