Hello from Pawhuska Public Library! As part of our Summer Reading theme “Libraries ROCK” kids will make musical instrument crafts and noisemakers – rain sticks, maracas, and kazoos and others. Can you make guitars and drums out of oatmeal boxes, tissue boxes, and paper towel tubes? Yes, you can!
Supplies are needed for summer crafts.
Bring any of the following items to the Library for Pawhuska’s kids and summer fun:
- Assorted Rubber Bands
- Assorted Balloons
- Oatmeal boxes, tissue boxes, and paper towel tubes
- Big tongue depressor sticks
- Patterned scrapbook paper
- Jingle bells
- Washi tape
- Masking tape
- Glue Sticks
Sign up for Summer Reading at Pawhuska Public Library May 23 through May 25.
Summer Reading programs will take place in the library’s community meeting room, 10:30 am – 11:30 am each Friday beginning June 1 and continuing through July 20.
Required for a library card:
Parents must bring an ID and a proof of residence (mail, check, etc.) when applying for a library card for themselves or a child under age eighteen.
Save the date! Pawhuska Public Library announces Summer Reading Program 2018: “Libraries ROCK.” Music and sounds of all kinds is the theme. We will explore music and sound.
Just a few of this summer’s programs:
Our ever-popular magician Steve will return. The Oklahoma City Zoo will present a “ROARchestra” of animal music. Did you know plants make music too? Find the beat in songs and poems. Try making musical crafts.
Sign Up Coming Soon
Sign Up for Summer Reading will take place May 23 through May 25. Watch for more information on how to sign up, programs, activities, and prizes.
Summer Reading programs will take place in the library’s community meeting room, 10:30 am – 11:30 am each Friday in June and the first two weeks of July.
Pawhuska Public Library is pleased to announce our new six-week Spring Story Time series for children three and four years old, which will begin Wednesday March 7.
Story Times When and Where
All story times will take place in the library’s community room, Wednesday mornings from 10:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Story topics will include seasons, home life, grandparents, and other favorites for little people.
Make sure you and the kids have a library card!
To apply for a library card, parents will need to bring identification (driver’s license) and a proof of residence in Osage or Washington counties (one piece of mail, check, receipt, or other document.)