Summer Reading Program

Langley Public Library is excited to announce our Summer Reading Program in collaboration with Page Turner Adventures. Our program will begin on June 7 and run for 8 weeks. It will be a little different this year since we can’t meet at the library. You will be issued a code to go online and attend all of the sessions Monday – Friday each week.

This years Theme is Tails and Tales and will be packed with animal adventure! Each day you will find something different, an author interview, a craft project, an animal story, a recipe of the day or a field trip to enjoy. The library will supply the materials for each craft project with pictures and instructions.

You can use the form below to register or just come into the library and fill out your registration.

As usual we will have prizes for all patrons who participate in the program. For each book that you read or is read to you, you will be entered into a drawing for more prizes.

For more information please contact the Library at 918-782-4461.

Once you register below you may go to our READsquared site and set up an account to participate in this years program.

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Online Auction

The Friends of Langley Pubic library are gearing up for our yearly fundraiser to be held April 4 – 24, 2021.  Due to the pandemic we were forced to cancel  last year’s Bunco event.  We are really looking forward to this year’s event which will be an Online Auction.  This will be our first attempt at an online auction, so we will need everyone’s support to make it successful!  Check out all the great items for auction.

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Library ECard Application

Online registration for an eCard is available to all  Grand Lake area residents.

Complete the form below to register for an eCard. A valid email address is required to receive your library eCard.

Your eCard allows access to:

  1. online databases
  2. place holds on library materials
  3. download eBooks and audiobooks
  4. download and stream music, and more

You must get a physical library card to:

  1. check out physical library materials
  2. pick up holds on physical items
  3. use public computers and printers

To convert your eCard to a physical library card, visit Langley Public Library in person with photo ID (if your photo ID does not have your current residential address, please bring any official document or piece of mail with your name and current residential address) as well as a verifiable phone number.

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