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Family Halloween Party and Costume Contest

halloween ghost-with-a-bag

Friday, October 29th at 4:30 pm, everyone’s invited to our Halloween party and costume contest. There will be games, goodies and awesome prizes for the winners of the costume contest. The results of our pumpkin decorating contest will also be announced during the party.

Kiwanis will end their Pet & Spook Parade at the library. Walk in the parade and stop to join us in fun activities and a costume contest!


Halloween Bunco Party

Halloween Bunco 2021

On Thursday, Oct 28th at 2 pm, wear your costumes and join us for the popular dice game, Bunco!

Let the dice roll, meet friends, and win some fun prizes.

Registration is required, so register online, or in person. Adults only. Snacks will be provided.


Library and Lunch - November 2021

Killers Flower Moon Osage Murders

In November we will meet to discuss
“Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI” by David Grann

We’ll meet on
Tuesday, November 9 ​
at 12 p.m.

Bring your lunch and join the discussion.


Interactive Movie: Hocus Pocus

Hocus-pocus movie poster

On Tuesday, October 26th at 6 pm, enjoy an interactive showing of the movie Hocus Pocus. Interactive showings are a fun way of watching a movie where everyone gets a script and a bag of props and you follow along to shout and snack along with the movie. 


Pumpkin Decorating Day

pumpkins with painted faces

Sign up for our in-house Pumpkin Decorating Day on Thursday, Oct. 14th at 4 pm. Pumpkins will be provided.

Or bring your own pre-decorated pumpkin and enter it into our Pumpkin Decorating contest. Sign up online or at the front desk.


Family Grab & Go Craft: Pumpkin Decorating

painted pumpkins

Starting October 8th, pick up a pumpkin to decorate at home and bring back to enter into our contest which starts on the 14th. The final day for submission will be on the 23rd. Supplies are limited. Limit 2 per family.

Or you can sign up for our in-house Pumpkin Decorating Day on Thursday, Oct. 14th at 4 pm. Pumpkins will be provided on the day. Enter your finished pumpkin into our contest. Sign up online or at the front desk.


Book Page Pumpkin Craft

Teens and adults, on Thursday, October 7th at 4 pm, come to the library and turn a book into a pumpkin! Sign up for this fun craft online, in person, or by phone.

book pumpkin art

Library Closed Columbus Day

The Library will be closed for Columbus Day, Monday, October 11th. We will reopen on Tuesday for our regular hours.


Chromebook kits and mobile Wi-Fi hotspots

Checkout a Chromebook and a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot from the library and take the internet home with you!

What is it?

A mobile hotspot is a portable device that provides internet access to any Wi-Fi enabled device within approximately 30 feet. 

The Chromebooks, when connected to a mobile hotspot or other internet source, will allow patrons to browse the internet and use android or Chrome web store apps for word processing, games, and more.

How it works

Mobile Wi-Fi hotspots and Chromebook kits are available for checkout to library patrons who are 18 years of age or older, with a limit of one per household. Chromebook kits and a Mobile Wi-Fi hotspots check out for two weeks, just like a book. If you want to keep it longer, you can check out the same Chromebook and/or Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot again if it is not currently on hold for another patron.

What is included?

The Chromebook kits include a Chromebook, charger, mouse, carrying case, and instructions. The Mobile hotspot and its charger come in a separate case.

This project is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.


Banned Books Week 2021

September 26th – October 2nd will be Banned Books Week. Come in and check out our displays and the events that we will have throughout the week. Enter into our Banned Books drawing by either getting your picture taken or take our quiz.


Library and Lunch - October 2021

The southern book club's guide to slaying vampires

In October we will meet to discuss
“The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires” by Grady Hendrix

We’ll meet on
Tuesday, October 12 ​
at 12 p.m.

Bring your lunch and join the discussion.


Break In Bags

For those of you that miss the escape room experience, starting September 21st we’ve switched things up and created Break-In Bags. Test your problem solving skills and be rewarded with treasure! Sign up for the program and pick up your bag at the Liberal Memorial Library. One per family please and only available while supplies last. 


Library spirit week 2021

ebook beach hat glasses

Celebrate with us by participating in Spirit Week! From Sept. 7th through 10th, everyone who comes in dressed up and takes a picture will be entered in a drawing for prizes.

You’ll be entered into a the drawing once for each time you send us a photo of yourself dressed up for that day’s theme.

  • Tuesday September 7th – We’re Wild For Reading: Dress in your best Wild West attire
  • Wednesday Sept. 8th – Reading Saves Lives: Dress as a Doctor, Nurse, Police Officer, Fire Fighter, etc.
  • Thursday Sept. 9th – Explore The World With Books: Dress for your dream vacation or be a tacky tourist
  • Friday Sept. 10th – Read like a Rock Star: Dress up in your most Rock’n’Roll garb

Library Closed for Labor Day

The Library will be closed on Monday, September 6th for Labor Day.

We will reopen on Tuesday for our regular hours.


Library and Lunch - September 2021

Lost Apothecary

In September we will meet to discuss
“The Lost Apothecary” by Sarah Penner

We’ll meet on
Tuesday, September 14 ​
at 12 p.m.

Bring your lunch and join the discussion.


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