Posts by Rhonda

March is Here

yellow crocus growing through snow

NewsletterMarch2019 February kept us busy. We were ready for a break in the action, but then here comes March, and guess what? It’s just as busy! Come play with us, or at least keep us awake so we can bring the fun. Read here for our upcoming classes and events. We never seem to tire!…

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Financial Fitness Begins Soon

pink piggy bank with headband and free weights

The Library is offering a free 6-part class about Financial Fitness — strategies for saving money, for retirement strategies, for budget making and more. Call today — 373-9018 — to register, as seating is limited! All ages are welcome; it’s never too early or too late to learn about money. Plus, dinner is served! Class…

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We’re Off and Running!

racing greyhound

January is going to be busy, leading into an even busier February, followed by a crazy March. Join us in the race; we’re fun people! For a list of all the insanity, look into our newsletter for when to be at the starting line. Ready? Set? Let’s go!

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November is Here

NewsletterNovember2018 I’m a little behind, telling you that November is here. You may have already noticed. But you don’t yet know what fabulous things lie in store for you at your local Piedmont Public Library, and that’s why I’m here right now: to tell you. I even made a newsletter as a visual aid. Click…

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October is “Fall” of Great Stuff

Fall is finally here! It’s been a wild weather world all over, and at last we’re settling into our Oklahoma norm, which is: “Who knows? But take a jacket. And an umbrella. Oh, and some sunscreen…maybe a snack…” For a full list of our busy slate of activities, click this blue thing, or call us,…

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September is FULL

libraries rock printed over a guitar

We have such a crazy busy month planned at your local Piedmont Public Library. First: Storytime is back! Tuesday mornings at 10am, for toddlers and preschoolers. Ms. Jenn leads the fun with stories, songs, and play, as well as a simple craft for a souvenir. Second: Mother Goose is back! Geared toward infants and toddlers,…

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