Summer Reading 2021

“Trails, Tails, & TALES” Wednesdays during June.

The kickoff is Wednesday, May 26 at 12:45.

Summer Reading Schedule

Kickoff May 26 at 12: 45 pm we’ll have a Petting Zoo with Kadie’s Kritters

June 2 – Double Header Day!
10:30 am Cowboy Singer Marshall Mitchell in the Elementary Gym
12:45 pm Carnival at the Pawhuska Public Library

June 9 at 12: 45 pm
Trails – Osage Hills Ranger Kyle Thoreson

June 16 at 12: 45 pm
Tales – Stories & more: Debbie Reed & Friends

June 23 at 12: 45 pm
Tails – Bruce Hendren – Whose tail is it?

June 30 at 12: 45 pm – The Big Finale is Steer Riding
Micky Jr. with Jamie & Steve Clement Micky is a longhorn steer – He likes giving people rides!

Friends & Fun, Contests & Prizes!

For more info contact the Library – 1801 Lynn Avenue, Pawhuska OK 74056
Phone: 918-287-3989

File free and get help as you do your 2020 taxes

Get Tax Help

File a free federal and state return if your income in 2020 was $72,000 or less.

Do you have questions as you’re doing your return?

Certified Tax Coaches Can Help

Contact by Email:

Times available to take questions:
Tuesday and Thursday 1:00 pm –to 7:00 pm

Get a response within 24 hours, working days.

First: Validate Your Identity

To e-file your 2020 tax return, you must verify your identity with your Adjusted Gross Income from your 2019 tax return.

Next: Make an account in OLT OnLine Taxes

OLT OnLine Taxes is the IRS approved free file tax filing service.

  • Easy Q&A guidance to fill out the 1040 form
  • No age restrictions
  • e-file service for federal and Oklahoma returns
  • Form 1040NR (non-resident)
  • View and print tax returns

More on Taxes, Filing & Tracking Returns

Interactive Tax Assistant

Where’s My Refund?

Your Civil Rights (PDF)

Federal Student Financial Aid

You May Qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit

You may have extra money waiting for you with the Earned Income Tax Credit. The EITC is a benefit for working people with low to moderate income.

If you qualify, you could pay less federal tax or even get money back. The EITC is a boost to help pay your bills or save for a rainy day.

The Library Is Open

Pawhuska library is open 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. to browse and check out books, and to hand out book n’ craft bags.

If you’re concerned about social contact, try out curb service!

We’ve got eBooks!

Also e-books can be checked out through our catalog or through the Ok Virtual Library. Ask librarians how to check out e-books.


The Library now is able to host small group meetings of ten persons or less.