We at Eufaula Memorial Library appreciate the support and patronage of the citizens of Eufaula, Oklahoma.
We are officially into the fall season, cooler days are straight ahead, and our Library is a warm, welcoming place to be anytime.
Whether you enjoy crafts, want to use a computer, or just want to sit quietly in the library, we have you covered.
Here are some of the events and activities, that just might pique your interest: 3-6:30 p.m. October 31—Blood Drive (Sign up at the library) 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Thursdays—Phenomenal Storytime with a librarian with experience and background in education – 11 a.m. Mondays — Beginner tai chi classes – 1 p.m. Mondays— Advanced tai chi classes – 4 p.m. Wednesdays and 9 a.m. Fridays— Staying Active and Independent for Life exercise classes for older adults to support a healthy, balanced self – 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays—Fundamentals of Academic Art for Youth programs centered around creativity and engagement Visit our calendar at eols.org/events for more upcoming events, including: – Teen programs that feature fun and trending activities – Arts and crafts programs for all ages
Book club meetings
Themed book sales benefiting summer youth programs (Novels in November) We would also like to thank our Friends of Eufaula Memorial Library (FEML) for their active support. FEML is currently focused upon the Library building maintenance and beautification. Members and volunteers are always welcome to support our efforts. To join or volunteer, please contact member.FEML@gmail. com or President, Gail Rose at (918) 770-2440.
Please follow us on Facebook @EufaulaMemorialLibrary, or contact the library at 918689-2291 for more details.
You will always be warmly welcomed when you visit the library or attend any of our programs, and we hope to see you soon!
Shymekia Adams is the branch manager of Eufaula Memorial Library, a branch of the Eastern Oklahoma Library System.
We live for experiences, there’s a plethora of experiences waiting for you at Eufaula Memorial Library. On October 14 the library had available solar eclipse glasses for those who wanted to experience viewing the annular solar eclipse. Interested persons just had to come into the library and get a free pair of glasses. On April 8, 2024 there will be a full eclipse (you definitely want to witness this for yourself). Watch for more details about this.
McIntosh County has a book club that is shared between two libraries (Jim Lucas in Checotah and our very own Eufaula Memorial right here in Eufaula). The club meets one per month alternating between the two branches. Members find the club to be a great opportunity to read a good book and share great company. Look in the library’s newsletter for the next upcoming book and meeting date.