Norman Public Library
- Published on Tuesday, 15 April 2014 09:51
Learn how you can protect your estate from taxes and probate.
Estate conservation accomplishes two goals: to manage the estate during your lifetime, and to help make arrangements for prompt and proper distribution of your estate upon death. Discover common misconceptions about trusts, such as, "I will give up control of my assets", "I have a Will, so I don't have to worry about Probate", and "My estate is not large enough to need a Trust", just to name a few. Everyone needs an estate plan.
A living trust is often used to save thousands of dollars in probate costs and/or estate taxes. A trust also avoids the long time delays and publicity of probate. It allows flexiblity with the distribution of property, as well as provide for distributions and guardianship of minor children.
- Published on Sunday, 06 April 2014 09:00
Entries are now being taken for the Norman Public Library’s annual poetry contest, part of the library’s commemoration of National Poetry Month in April.
Children in kindergarten through fifth grade are invited to enter the children’s contest. Information, contest rules and entry forms may be picked up during library hours at the Children’s Services Desk in the library, 225 N. Webster Ave.
- Published on Friday, 04 April 2014 17:43
When using the catalog to place an item on hold, select to have items waiting for you inside a library or outside in a 24 hour library machine. There are four options available:
- Norman Public Library - inside the library at 225 N. Webster
- Norman East 24hr Library - in the machine at 125 Vicksburg Ave (in front of Irving Middle School)
- Norman West - inside the library at 300 Norman Center Court
- Norman West 24hr Machine - in the machine at 300 Norman Center Court
Both 24 hour library machines have books, dvds, and audiobooks that you can checkout with your PLS library card in addition to your hold items. Click here for information on how to place an item on hold.
- Published on Wednesday, 02 April 2014 13:00
The Norman Public Library has set its schedule for free computer classes for April. Classes will take place in the Computer Training Center of the library, 225 N. Webster Ave.
Norman Public Library computer instruction is intended for beginners. Each class consists of verbal and visual instruction and includes guided practice through various activities.
- Published on Tuesday, 28 January 2014 07:00
The Norman Public Library and its Children’s Services staff have a little something for all ages in their weekly programming schedule, which feature stories, music, crafts and much more.
Once the latest segment of the library's flooring project is completd at the end of January, the following schedule will take place February through April except when the library is closed. All programs will take place at the downtown Norman Public Library, 225 N. Webster Ave., unless otherwise noted.
- Published on Friday, 03 January 2014 04:00
Miss Denilyn of the Norman Public Library is back with reviews the 2014 crop of Sequoyah Children's Book Award nominees!
According to the Oklahoma Library Association, who sponsors the award, the Sequoyah is the third-oldest children's choice award in the nation, the first prize having been awarded in 1959. The 2013 winner was The Strange Case of Origami Yoda by Tom Angleberger.
Which book will win this year? If you're a student in grades 3-5, read at least three of the books from the 2014 Sequoyah Children's masterlist and you can vote for your favorite!
- Published on Tuesday, 26 November 2013 15:05
Norman Public Library West invites children and families to its weekly Story Time, at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays in the Children’s Area of the new library, 300 Norman Center Court.
Each week families can gather for books, music, stories and more fun and then check out everything the library has to offer.
The story time is taking the place of the library’s Sooner Mall Story Time, as it moves down the street to Norman West, the newest library service point in the Pioneer Library System.