Universal Class

Universal Class offers continuing education courses (CEU) ranging from exercise, healthy eating, and cooking to computer software, digital photography, and yoga! Over 500 full-scale CEU courses allow students to interact with certified instructors while learning at their own pace. And there are over 200 video-audit courses featuring video-based training for those who don’t want to… Continue Reading Universal Class

Winter Computer Classes

Intermediate Computer Classes MS Word, Pt. 1 Wed., Jan. 25, 3:00-4:30 p.m. Learn how to use Microsoft Word to format and edit text and create professional looking documents. MS Word, Pt. 2 Thurs., Jan. 26, 3:00-4:30 p.m. Learn how to use the page layout features, set tabs and indents, and proof your documents.

New Books 11/28/16

100 Little Christmas Gifts to Make by Search Press Studio The book covers a wide variety of crafts from knitting, crochet, papercraft, sewing, sugarcraft, felt decorations, jewelry making, cross stitch, mosaic making, decoupage, polymer clay decorations and needlepoint. The Art of Crayon by Lorraine Bell The Art of Crayon will guide you through a gallery… Continue Reading New Books 11/28/16

New Books 11/21/16

At the Sign of Triumph by David Weber When the leaders and soldiers of the tiny island of Charis rise up behind cybernetic avatar Merlin to defend their home, a powerful Church of God Awaiting, pushed to the brink of defeat, draws on its formidable resources and forbidden technologies in an ultimate battle between freedom… Continue Reading New Books 11/21/16

New Books 11/14/16

The Attention Merchants by Tim Wu The award-winning author of The Master Switch, who coined the term “net neutrality,” discusses the companies that want to attract and harvest human attention and their relentless attempts to influence our consumption and purchases. Children of the New World by Alexander Weinstein A collection of short stories takes place… Continue Reading New Books 11/14/16

New Children’s Christmas Books

New Christmas books to read! The Angel Tree A tree that just appears in the town square every Christmas! It’s a mystery…one that has always been part of Pine River’s tradition. Some folks tie wishes on the Angel Tree while others see that those wishes come true. This year four children are determined to solve… Continue Reading New Children’s Christmas Books

New Books 11/7/16

From a famous cook and a famous bakery, to a famous judge, to a famous author, to a famous poet, to a famous football player, you will want to check these out! Appetites: A Cookbook by Anthony Bourdain Bourdain draws on more than four decades of professional cooking and world traveling, as well as the… Continue Reading New Books 11/7/16

New Books 10/31/16

Atlas Obscura: An Explorer’s Guide to the World’s Hidden Wonders by Joshua Foer Foer offers a tour of the world’s most unique and amazing places, highlighting natural wonders, weird and magical structures, and mind-boggling events from around the globe, from New Zealand to Turkmenistan to Virginia. Broken Trust by W.E.B. Griffin While investigating the death… Continue Reading New Books 10/31/16

New Books 10/24/16

Alton Brown: Everyday Cook by Alton Brown In this highly anticipated new cookbook, Food Network star, author, and social media personality Alton Brown takes us into his own kitchen to share the dishes he cooks and eats day in, day out. Among the Living by Jonathan Rabb After surviving the Holocaust, Yitzhak Goldah arrives in… Continue Reading New Books 10/24/16

New Health Literacy Grant will provide additions to Community Garden

The Miami Public Library was awarded another Health Literacy grant from the Oklahoma Department of Libraries.  The Health Literacy initiative is funded through ODL with funds from Library Services and Technology Act, a federal source of library funding provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.  The library will again partner with the Ottawa… Continue Reading New Health Literacy Grant will provide additions to Community Garden