Friends of the Metropolitan Library System
present the 38th Annual Friends Booksale. Offering more than 600,000 books covering a wide
range of subjects, plus a large selection of videos, DVDs and books on
tape. Hardbacks in the general section are only $1 and paperbacks and
magazines are $0.50 each. Admission is free and for the first
time, credit and debit cards will be accepted for purchases over $20, in
addition to checks and cash.
Do you want to be one of the best Pokémon trainers? Come meet other fans, enjoy watching episodes, and bring your Pokémon cards to partake in some old school card trading among other Pokémon-related activities. Meanwhile, be sue to hop on the Pokémon Go app and get free items from the Pokestop.
Get loud and game on! Bring your family and come play video games and board games at the library. Games are rated E, E10+, and T. It's a fun way to pass an afternoon! Check out strategy guides and other books about gaming on your way out.
This is a recurring event and takes place on the second Thursday of each month.
The Metropolitan Library System’s Library Endowment Trust is honored to
bring Lisa Scottoline to Oklahoma City as the featured speaker for the
15th annual Literary Voices™ dinner. Purchase individual dinner tickets
and save $25 before the price increases on 1/1/17. Additionally, patron
level tickets can also be purchased which include both dinner and a VIP
reception with the author at 6pm.
Lisa Scottoline graduated magna cum laude in three years from the
University of Pennsylvania, in 1976. Her B.A. degree was in English with
a concentration in the Contemporary American Novel, and she was taught
by professors such as National Book Award Winner Philip Roth. Lisa then
graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in
1981, where she served as an Associate Editor, University of
Pennsylvania Law Review.
Literary Voices will be held at the Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club. Visit: http://www.metrolibrary.org/literaryvoices to learn more about the event. The dinner benefits the Library Endowment Trust, which helps
to support the Metropolitan Library System by providing additional
funding for programs, materials, and services.
Although our physical libraries are closed today, you can still use the library online, 24/7 at http://www.metrolibrary.org. Visit us online to find your next read, download eBooks, audiobooks, MP3s, and digital magazines, or access one of our great databases.