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El Reno Carnegie Library

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El Reno Carnegie Library

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October newsletter (PDF, 575KB)

Library Board meets Thursday, October 16, 4:30 pm in the library. Agenda.

Financial Seminars in October. Improve your credit score and protect yourself from identity theft. Learn more.

Wine and Palette fundraising event. Friday, October 24th, 7pm at Boots to Bowties. Go to www.wineandpalette.com, select Calendar, choose our event and enroll.

Big used book sale in November! November 7, 10-5 and November 8, 9-3 at the Old Stables next to the Sheriff's office. Sponsored by Friends of the Library to raise money for library renovations.

Photo Apps for Smartphones and Tablets class. Take better photos! More info.

Zinio digital magazines are here! You can now checkout digital magazines for your laptop, tablet, or other internet enabled device for free with your library card. Log in to your account to access Zinio. Call the library if you need assistance. More info.



 

 

 

 

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215 E. Wade St.
El Reno, OK 73036
(405) 262-2409
(405) 422-2136 fax

Our Hours
Mon - Thur 9 - 7
Fri 9 - 5
Sat 9 - 1
Closed Sunday

Overdrive download ebooks and audios

Download ebooks and audios to your favorite ereader or mobile device. Visit OK Virtual Library's Overdrive.

 


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El Reno Carnegie Library, 215 E Wade, El Reno, OK. 73036. 405-262-2409. Open Mon - Thur 9-7, Fri 9-5 and Sat 9-1.

In sponsorship with the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Oklahoma Department of Libraries.