Child Programming

We offer a variety of programs and resources for our community’s youth! Listen to a story, build and create, and learn!

Storytime with Mrs. Elsie

Storytime with Mrs. Elsie

Wednesdays 10:00 – 11:00 A.M.

All ages are welcome! Come listen and as Mrs. Elsie reads a new children’s books each week, followed by some fun activities and songs!

November 15- Don’t miss the opportunity to learn about child car seat safety and children’s CPR immediately after Storytime! Hannah Douthat has worked with Tulsa Health Department for three years as a health educator for elementary school students. She currently serves the Creek County community, focusing on school health, child passenger safety, diabetes education, and other aspects of youth health and safety. 


March 18th-22nd

STEAM Break provides local youth an opportunity to learn STEM (science, tech, engineering, and math) concepts as well as the arts and humanities. Recommended for ages 4-12, but all ages are welcome!

Summer Reading Program


Every summer, we host guest speakers and activities to encourage literacy in the community. All ages are welcome to join the fun! We use Beanstack to track individuals’ reading statistics, which you can sign up for here.

Online learning resources

Brainfuse HelpNow – Free online tutoring support
Accelerated Reader Bookfinder – Find the AR level of the book you’re reading
Scratch MIT – Learn programming and game design
NASA – Explore the cosmos
Khan Academy – Learn with a multitude of free courses on a variety of subjects
International Children’s Digital Library – Free, high-quality children’s books from around the world
CK-12 – Free, open textbooks for K-12 students in a wide assortment of subjects
PBS Kids – Educational games and videos based on PBS Kids shows
National Geographic Kids – Explore the world with articles, games, challenges, and more
iCivics – Games and materials to teach modern civics
TED-Ed – Recordings of TED Talks on many educational subjects
Funbrain – Free access to educational books, games, and videos
Arcademics – Educational arcade-style math games
Poptropica – Create your own character and explore historical quests, stories, and games
The Old Farmer’s Almanac For Kids – Explore the natural world with the Farmer’s Almanac
CoolMath4Kids – Free online math games
Seussville – Games and activities based on Dr. Seuss books
360 Cities – Explore 360° panoramas from all over the world
Sumopaint X – Online tool for creating digital artwork
HowStuffWorks – Articles explaining a variety of topics

For more information on child programming, please contact our Children’s Librarian Elsie George at or call us at 918-367-6562.