Libraries are a great place to expand one's knowledge. Whether one want to read the classics or the latest hit titles, or use public Wi-Fi and attend special educational programs, one of Tulsa's library locations can be a convenient community hub.
Here is a quick list of Tulsa library locations.
Learn more about the services available at these Tulsa library locations.
20 E. Breckenridge Ave., Bixby
Eight public computers; ongoing book sale; one meeting room with capacity of 75; monthly book club for adults; free Wi-Fi, laptops for in-library use, wireless printing.
Broken Arrow Library
300 W. Broadway Ave., Broken Arrow
Thirteen public computers and two large meeting rooms accommodate more than 100 people. Ongoing programs include: My First Storytimes; Preschool Storytimes; Stay and Play; Evening Family Storytimes; Adventures in STEAM; Paws For Reading; Read or Die Anime Club; Teen Advisory Board
1207 E. 45th Place, Tulsa
PAWS for Reading for students is offered once per month and children can read aloud to therapy dogs. The library has several Spanish books and lots of computers.
400 Civic Center, Tulsa
The 137,000-square-foot Central Library includes a children's area and a children's garden; 3-D printers and sewing machines in the "Makers Space" and research special sections on the upper floors.
Charles Page Library
551 E Fourth St., Sand Springs
The sculpture of the train on the outside of the building symbolizes the Sands Springs railroad line founded by Charles Page. It was created by Lisa Regan.
1223 Main St., Collinsville
Building features include a lively teen corner and children's bay window area. Stories From the Rocking Chair are told every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., welcoming kids from birth to 5 years old.
30 E. 141st St., Glenpool
This Tulsa library features separate children's and adult areas, study areas, a 23,000-book capacity, a community meeting room with an amphitheater setting that seats 75 and a catering kitchen.
Hardesty Regional Library
8316 E 93rd St., Tulsa
The Hardesty Regional Library is a 50,000-square-foot, two-story building located in the heart of South Tulsa, just minutes away from Woodland Hills Mall and four local school districts (Union, Jenks, Bixby and Broken Arrow).
Herman and Kate Kaiser Library
5202 S. Hudson Ave., Suite B, Tulsa
The Herman and Kate Kaiser Library is located in LaFortune Park. The 10,000-square-foot library has a meeting room with a seating capacity of 75, shelving for 50,000 books, 16 public computers, lounge seating for 18, tables and chairs for 64, a children's area with a window seat, dragonfly inlays in the flooring, a teen area with retro-style booths, a fireplace setting for cozy reading and windows on all sides with views of the park.
523 W. B St., Jenks
Book Club meets the third Thursday of the month at 1:30 p.m. Check the Monthly Event Guide or call 918-549-7570 for more information.
Judy Z. Kishner Library
10150 N. Cincinnati Ave. E., Sperry
After-school Teen Lounge/Maker area is available every Wednesday from 3-5 p.m. This program offers a multitude of art-based programs that include painting, sculpture, printmaking and crafting. All supplies are provided and the program is free of charge.
21 S. Lewis, Tulsa
The R.T. Daniel Meeting Room, which seats 50, houses artist Shan Goshorn's hand-painted historical photographs.
2601 S. Garnett Road, Tulsa
The Hispanic Resource Center (Centro Hispano) http://tulsalibrary.org/hrc is located inside the Martin Regional Library and contains thousands of items in Spanish and English.
1313 N. Canton, Tulsa
Maxwell Park is an After-School Homework Club location. Visit http://guides.tulsalibrary.org/homeworkclub for details and registration.
Nathan Hale Library
6038 E. 23rd St., Tulsa
At 4,882-square-feet, the Nathan Hale Library was the largest branch in the city when it opened in 1963. Now it is the smallest, but one of the busiest.
103 W. Broadway, Owasso
"Books with Barbara" meets on the second Wednesday of the month from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. You may bring a sack lunch. For more information, check the Event Guide or call 918-549-7624.
Peggy Helmerich Library
5131 E. 91st St., Tulsa
The Helmerich Library offers all of the traditional library services and also has a wonderful outdoor sculpture.
3219 S. 113th W. Ave, Sand Springs
Located in south Sand Springs, Pratt Library had its humble beginnings in a small trailer on March 23, 1963, after the community of Prattville was annexed by the city of Sand Springs.
Rudisill Regional Library
1520 N. Hartford, Tulsa
Two auditoriums seat 200 and 300. There are three meeting rooms with capacities of 20 to 55, depending on the room. Kitchen facilities are available for meeting room users.
3333 E. 32nd Place, Tulsa
The library hosts Book Club: Mystery Readers' Roundtable. Read a good mystery lately? Come for coffee the first Thursday of every month at 2 p.m and share what you've been reading. Call 918-549-7670 for more information.
316 E. Rogers, Skiatook
Customers can access electronic databases to which the library subscribes. These databases give customers access to live tutoring for students of all ages, job coaching and resume assistance, online language learning and much more
South Broken Arrow Library
3600 S. Chestnut, Broken Arrow
The South Broken Arrow Library is your center for lifelong learning! The library has a large collection of print materials in every genre and an expert staff available to assist you with book recommendations, research, homework, community information, digital materials, programming and much more.
Suburban Acres Library
4606 N. Garrison, Tulsa
The walls of the library are accented with Kente and Adinkra fabrics and groupings of traditional carved masks and artifacts from several African countries.
Zarrow Regional Library
2224 W. 51st St., Tulsa
Zarrow Regional Library features the American Indian Resource Center.
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