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All registrations will be processed online using Eventbrite. Register for each class by clicking on the link below for the particular class you want to attend.
This online system allows you to verify you are registered. In addition, you can see who else is attending and from where, so carpooling opportunities are identified.
There is a limit of 25 for each class and classes will NOT be held if less than 5 people register. You will be notified by e-mail a week in advance if a class has been cancelled. If any classes are full, you will be able to place your name on a waiting list if you register with an email address.
Yes! The inaugural Oklahoma Book Festival is set for October 20, 2018 from 10am to 5pm! It will be held at the Oklahoma City Boathouse District. The Festival will feature many award-winning authors from Oklahoma and across the country.
- 50-75 of America’s finest literary talent
- Panel discussions and author presentations
- 2,000 – 3,000 anticipated attendance
- Meet your favorite author at the book signing tables
- Children’s storytelling/craft activities/entertainment
- Renowned chef demonstrations
- Food Trucks
- Vendor booths
It is FREE to attend. It is a dog-friendly event. The event is located near Bricktown, with easy access to Will Rogers World Airport, hotels, and restaurants.
Book sales provided by Best of Books.
Help Yourself + Help Others
Find resources for mental health/addiction at 2-1-1 Oklahoma and Wellness Now.
According to the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services(ODMHSAS), between 700,000 and 900,000 Oklahomans are experiencing and in need of treatment for brain disease, mental illness, and substance use disorders. Yet the state ranks 46th in the nation for state-sponsored behavioral health services.
As Oklahomans search for assistance, many turn to their public libraries to locate services and information.
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