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Mother Goose on the Loose

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
The Village Library
Meeting Room A
Hey, Diddle Diddle-- Kids and families will love Mother Goose on the Loose®! It's a play-based early literacy program that uses books, puppets, flannel pieces, music and movement to bring language and literacy to life! Join us for this exciting, innovative program for young children.

This event happens at multiple libraries.
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Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Belle Isle Library
Rooms A-B (AB)
Join us in this fun, low impact exercise and improve your muscle strength and balance! Open to ages 13 and up. This free workshop is sponsored by The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative, a program of the Donald W. Reynolds Department of Geriatric Medicine and is supported by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation.
This is a recurring program and will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from September 5 through October 12
Similar clubs exist at multiple libraries.
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Talk Like a Pirate Day

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Southern Oaks Library
Meeting Room A
It's international talk like a pirate day again!! Come celebrate with a real swashbuckling adventure. We will have a scavenger hunt, piratical costume contest, crafts, games and more. It's time to party, Matey!!
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Wednesday Cafe

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Edmond Library
Small Conference Room (D)
The same Coffee Break program you all know and love has a new name!

Welcome back! Visit us for a little caffeine and conversation! At this come-and-go event you can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee with friends, and we'll be there to answer questions about library services and events. There will also be a selection of new material for you to peruse and check out.

This is a recurring event and takes place every Wednesday.
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Book Club

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Midwest City Library
Meeting Room B
MC Readers' Society Book Club
Join us for tantalizing discussions of adult fiction in a variety of genres. Visit the Information Desk to receive your copy.

This is a recurring event and takes place on the third Thursday of every month.

Similar clubs exist at multiple libraries.
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Musictime

10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Downtown Library
Children's Program Room (1104)
Tots in Training: Music with Miss Ginger
Discover the power of music at the library! Come with your child to sing, move, explore, and express to create beautiful music. Research proves that early integration of music into a child's daily routine improves a child's ability to think, reason, create, and express. While you're here, check out the library's collection of children's music to take home with you.

This is a recurring event and takes place on the third Thursday of each month.

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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Noon Tunes

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Downtown Library
Atrium (1101)
Good Friends Bluegrass Trio
Bring your lunch to the Downtown Library and join us for musical performances from local musicians. Each week experience a new performance, genre, and artist/band.

This is a recurring event and takes place every Thursday.
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Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Belle Isle Library
Rooms A-B-C (ABC)
Join us in this fun, low impact exercise and improve your muscle strength and balance! Open to ages 13 and up. This free workshop is sponsored by The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative, a program of the Donald W. Reynolds Department of Geriatric Medicine and is supported by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation.
To register contact OHAI Central at 271-6424 or CentralOHAI@ouhsc.edu. Participants will have to start the class by the 2nd session in order to join the class. Safety is the number one concern and we want to make sure that participants understand the safety measures and foundations of movement that are covered in detail in the first two sessions. Because this class builds on itself we will not be able to allow drop-ins in the workshop.
This is a recurring program and will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from September 5 through October 12
Similar clubs exist at multiple libraries.
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Fandom Club

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Midwest City Library
Family Place (FAM)
Calling all Whovians, Browncoats, Potterheads, & Thronies! Geek out with other nerds at the Fandom Club.

This is a recurring event and takes place the third Thursday of every month.
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Brit Fandom Party

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Northwest Library
Meeting Room A

Potterheads! Whovians! Sherlockians! Anglophiles of all sorts! Join us for a party celebrating all things British. Enjoy a classic British tea, compete in an accent contest or costume contest (and win prizes!), and share your love of all things Brit with likeminded others. While you're here, check out our large collection of English literature, books on pop culture, and movie and TV show collection.


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Geek Family Singalong

6:00 PM - 6:45 PM
Midwest City Library
Lobby
Join Dustin Cooper as he belts out geeky songs that combine familiar tunes with different fandoms and other fun fusions. A perfect place to geek out, sing, and laugh with each other.
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Movie Night

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Ralph Ellison Library
Meeting Room B
You're invited to check out our movie collection! Enjoy a family friendly movie with friends and light refreshments.
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Friday Films

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Southern Oaks Library
Family and Fun
Looking for fun on a Friday night? Come to the library to check out our movie collection. Enjoy your weekend by spending time with your family and friends watching movies and reading books. Free popcorn and candy for every five items checked out. Fun for the entire family and it's free!

Please limit one gift per family.

This is a recurring event and takes place every Friday.
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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Capitol Hill Library
First Floor (FF)
Celebrating with Oklahoma's Mariachi
Experience a tour of exciting music from all over Mexico. Learn about the context and history of mariachi music and how it became one of the most universally identified forms of folk music throughout the world.  Come to the library and enjoy an engaging performance for people of all ages and backgrounds, and prepare to be enamored by "Oklahoma's Mariachi."

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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Oklahoma is about...All that Jazz!

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Bethany Library
Meeting Room A
Let's go on a musical journey through Oklahoma's jazz history. Beginning with the deep deuce jazz era in Oklahoma City, through the Greenwood jazz scene in Tulsa, through today's contemporary jazz era. Come to the library and learn about the history of jazz through lectures, photographs, and live performances of many jazz standards, with a special segment on the music of Oklahoma's own Charlie Christian.

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Almonte Library
Program Room (A)
Celebrating with Oklahoma's Mariachi
Experience a tour of exciting music from all over Mexico. Learn about the context and history of mariachi music and how it became one of the most universally identified forms of folk music throughout the world.  Come to the library and enjoy an engaging performance for people of all ages and backgrounds, and prepare to be enamored by "Oklahoma's Mariachi."

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Southern Oaks Library
Meeting Room A
Celebrating with Flamenco Dance
Flamenco dance originates from the region of Andalusia in southern Spain and is the classical dance form of many Hispanic cultures. Elegant, exciting, haunting and graceful, flamenco evokes images of courtly gentlemen, beautiful ladies and passionate emotions. Come to your library and enjoy a performance by Everything Goes Dance Studio of Oklahoma City, to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Midwest City Library
Lobby
Celebrating with Flamenco Dance
Flamenco dance originates from the region of Andalusia in southern Spain and is the classical dance form of many Hispanic cultures. Elegant, exciting, haunting and graceful, flamenco evokes images of courtly gentlemen, beautiful ladies and passionate emotions. Come to your library and enjoy a performance by Everything Goes Dance Studio of Oklahoma City, to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Northwest Library
Rooms A-B (AB)
Celebrating with Alegria Real
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the uplifting musical expressions of Alegria Real. Come to the library and go on a musical journey through various Latin American countries and experience the unique rhythms that make this culture so rich and diverse! Viva!

This event is held at multiple libraries.
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Line Dancing

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Southern Oaks Library
Meeting Room A
Line Dance During Lunch: Get Fit at Your Library
Learn basic line dance steps! Line dancing is great exercise and a wonderful group experience. No experience or partner is necessary to participate. Attendees should wear comfortable shoes. Adults and seniors are welcome.
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Chess Club

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Edmond Library
Rooms A-B (AB)
Chess Club for Kids
It's your move! Want to increase your memory and concentration or practice logical thinking skills? Instruction is offered the first half hour for beginners followed by an hour of play for kids of all levels. Chess boards are provided and library materials are available for further learning.

This is a recurring event and takes place on the first and third Monday of the month.

Similar clubs exist at multiple libraries.
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Jazz On The Lawn

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Ralph Ellison Library
Rooms A-B (AB)

Jazz!

Bring your family and friends, blankets, lawn chairs, and a picnic basket for an evening of cool jazz! This annual event is free so come join us for some light relaxing jazz. Be sure to check out the many jazz cds at the library!

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Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Belle Isle Library
Rooms A-B-C (ABC)
Join us in this fun, low impact exercise and improve your muscle strength and balance! Open to ages 13 and up. This free workshop is sponsored by The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative, a program of the Donald W. Reynolds Department of Geriatric Medicine and is supported by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation.
To register contact OHAI Central at 271-6424 or CentralOHAI@ouhsc.edu. Participants will have to start the class by the 2nd session in order to join the class. Safety is the number one concern and we want to make sure that participants understand the safety measures and foundations of movement that are covered in detail in the first two sessions. Because this class builds on itself we will not be able to allow drop-ins in the workshop.
This is a recurring program and will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from September 5 through October 12
Similar clubs exist at multiple libraries.
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Wednesday Cafe

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Edmond Library
Small Conference Room (D)
The same Coffee Break program you all know and love has a new name!

Welcome back! Visit us for a little caffeine and conversation! At this come-and-go event you can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee with friends, and we'll be there to answer questions about library services and events. There will also be a selection of new material for you to peruse and check out.

This is a recurring event and takes place every Wednesday.
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AL's Teen Lounge

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Almonte Library
Program Room (A)
Join us the 4th Wednesday of each month for an assortment of mini geek out sessions, on a variety of interests.  The library will provide an open space where teens are encouraged to pursue their own interests - things like Pokémon, favorite board or card games, drawing, anime movies, arts and crafts, and more!  This is a drama-free zone for teens who just want to spend time enjoying their favorite activities with others.
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