This new book group, designed by a committee of OHS students, will meet each month from 6:30-8:30 to talk about issues related to poverty, LGBTQ, human trafficking, discrimination, and other topics. Share fiction and nonfiction you’ve read on the topic, or just come to learn how you can make a difference. Book lists will be available at the library and on the library’s website a month before each meeting time. For grades 7-12.
Come to the library after school and attack a variety of craft, cooking, and science projects. For grades 4-8.
Summer Reading Club begins today! Registration is taking place in the library (10am-5pm) and at the Oakwood Farmers Market (9am-10:30am). At the library we will celebrate by eating cookies and watching book trailers; at the Farmers' Market we will do a simple science experiment!
Come sign up for a summer of reading and playing! Summer Reading Club is open to all children and teens from birth through entering their senior year of high school. There are no library card or residency requirements. Children may register themselves for Summer Reading Club if they can answer all the registration questions (including contact information).