September 9 at 1:00 p.m. in the library.

We understand that an Oklahoma highway patrolman will be present to discuss older drivers and driving needs. Earlier OHAI classes presented at the library include tai chi and nutrition.

For more details, View the Flyer.

How to Sign Up

To register, call Devon Murray, Northeast OHAI Center of Healthy Aging Education Specialist, at 888-616-8161, or email her at

You must be registered in order to attend.

Look up news sources from Oklahoma, surrounding states, and around the world.

Find reliable information on any topic: Access World News

For Oklahoma state capitol watchers and OU Sooner fans, The Oklahoman newspaper is included.

Interested in surrounding states? Read the Wichita Eagle or the Dallas Morning News.

Or, search the London Times for news abroad. Many more sources are available.

Genealogy will kick off during the week of October 22 – 26 at Pawhuska Public Library. Visit the library’s re-organized genealogy room.

How do you get started in genealogy? With yourself!

Write down everything about you – your full name, parents’ names, and other information. Then go one generation back and repeat.

Call the library for times a genealogist will be available for assistance.

The library phone number is 918-287-3989.

Hours are:

  • 10 am – 6 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday
  • 1 pm – 6 pm on Thursday
  • 10 am – 4 pm on Saturday