Online Fandom Feud Night with the Community Libraries!

The Choctaw, Jones, Harrah, Luther, and Nicoma Park Libraries are hosting a Fandom Feud evening online on Thursday, June 18 from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM. Did Snape ever redeem himself? Is Baby Yoda cannon? Who is the true Doctor? Who should sit on the Iron Throne? Debate these questions and more at Fandom Feud! … Continue reading Online Fandom Feud Night with the Community Libraries!

SCIENCE MUSEUM – MONSTER MASTER CLASS TAKE HOME KIT PICKUP

Yetis, werewolves, dragons—monsters and magical creatures of all kinds abound in this hands-on program for kids and tweens. Using an assortment of special Science Museum building materials, you’ll get to create your very own fantastic monster. You’ll flex your creativity and engineering muscles while also learning about awesome adaptive traits some real-world creatures have developed … Continue reading SCIENCE MUSEUM – MONSTER MASTER CLASS TAKE HOME KIT PICKUP

Metropolitan Library System Summer Reading Program 2020!

It's here! Our annual Summer Reading program begins today! Summer Reading is a community tradition that promotes reading for fun and lifelong enrichment! The Summer Reading program is FREE for all ages. Sign up online today!  The Community Library Locations (Jones, Choctaw, Harrah, Luther, and Nicoma Park) all have activity sheets, featuring activities for all … Continue reading Metropolitan Library System Summer Reading Program 2020!

Metropolitan Library System – Community Libraries Story Time

Are you missing the library and our programs? I know that I can speak for all of our Community Libraries' staff that we are missing our patrons! Our libraries may be closed, but our staff is working hard to bring our resources to our communities. Our Children's Librarians, Miss Mary and Miss Shana, are putting … Continue reading Metropolitan Library System – Community Libraries Story Time

Metropolitan Library System Updates

We may be closed, but our staff have been working hard behind the scenes to help connect you with community and educational resources. We’re updating our website with links to help families, individuals, employees, businesses, seniors, job seekers, and more through the COVID-19 health crisis. Make sure you check out the family resources as well … Continue reading Metropolitan Library System Updates