March programs at the Ponca City Library

Ponca City Now - February 26, 2018 2:51 pm

Tax preparations at the library

AARP Tax preparers continue to be at the library. Things to remember to bring:

¨ All income documents

¨  Last year’s tax forms and this year’s tax forms

¨  W-2, W-2G, 1099 (misc. SSA. etc.)

¨  Schedule A long form – itemize Medical bills (DR., Rx, Etc.)

¨  Real estate tax receipt

¨  Mortgage interest

¨ Donation (church, charity, etc.)

¨  Photo Identification: Driver’s License, Military ID, Passport

¨  Social Security Card (must have for everybody on return)

¨  Other Documents

¨  1098-E (Student Loan Interest),

¨  1098-T (Tuition Statements),

¨ Daycare Expense (must have provider’s name, address, & EIN)

Library programs

There are three ways to register for programs held at the Library, which is located at 515 E. Grand Avenue:

Go to the reference desk at the Library, call 767-0345, or  email [email protected]

 

Thursday, March 1 

Origami: Constellation Luminary & Galaxy Star Boxes

3:00-5:30 pm

Suitable for ages 8 and older unless children are accompanied by a guardian.  This is a free come and go program. Self-guided origami and materials will be provided. Please be aware that some of the instructions might be hard to follow for younger participants. Patrons who participate will be guided by two library staff instructors.

Friday, March 2

Lapsit Story time

11:00-11:30 am

Ages 0-2

Lapsit Storytime is geared to help with early literacy skills. Toddlers and their parents or guardians will have fun singing songs, sensory bins, and discovering new books.

Saturday, March 3

Teen Movie Maker Club

10:00 am-2:00 pm

Ages 11-18

Class Size:  10

Teens will learn how to storyboard, take pictures and edit the pictures to make a stop-action movie. Then teens will watch the films they created with light refreshments.

Monday, March 5

Computer Training Classes: Introduction to Microsoft Word

9:00-10:00 am

Library Computer Lab

Class Size:  10

Teen Tech Craft                                                        

3:30-5:00 pm

Ages 11-18

Class Size:  15

Teens will create a special craft using technology.

Tuesday, March 6

Code Club                                                       

3:30-5:00 pm

Ages 8-16

Library Computer Lab

Class Size:  10

Teens use the website called “Scratch” to create a game.

Wednesday, March 7

Story time and Craft

11:00-12:00 pm

Ages 0-6

Enjoy a fun singing exercise and then embark on an enchanting storybook read by the Children’s Librarian followed by a unique craft.

Thursday, March 8

Upcycled DIY Fire Starters Craft                                          

6:00-8:00 pm

Ages 16+

Class Size: 20

All supplies are included for this free program.

Friday, March 9

Lap Sit Story Time

11:00-11:30 am

Ages 0-2

Lap Sit Story Time is geared to help with early literacy skills. Toddlers and their parents or guardians will have fun singing songs, sensory bins, and discovering new books.

Monday, March 12

Computer Training Classes: Introduction to Microsoft Excel

9:00-10:00 am

Library Computer Lab

Class Size:  10

Tuesday, March 13

Code Club                                                       

3:30-5:00 pm

Ages 8-16

Library Computer Lab

Class Size:  10

Teens use the website called “Scratch” to create a game.

Wednesday, March 14

Story time and Craft

11:00-12:00 pm

Ages 0-6

Enjoy a fun singing exercise and then embark on an enchanting storybook read by the Children’s Librarian followed by a unique craft.

Friday, March 16

Lapsit Story time

11:00-11:30 am

Ages 0-2

Lapsit Storytime is geared to help with early literacy skills. Toddlers and their parents or guardians will have fun singing songs, sensory bins, and discovering new books.

Saturday, March 17

Paint and Perk

2:00 pm

Ages 16+

All supplies will be provided. This program is limited to 18 participants.

Monday, March 19

Computer Training Classes: Digital Library

9:00-10:00 am

Library Computer Lab

Class Size:  10

Tuesday, March 20

St. Patrick’s Day Children’s Craft                                                    

1:00 pm

Code Club                                                       

3:30-5:00 pm

Ages 8-16

Library Computer Lab

Class Size:  10

Teens use the website called “Scratch” to create a game.

Wednesday, March 21

Story time and Craft

11:00-12:00 pm

Ages 0-6

Enjoy a fun singing exercise and then embark on an enchanting storybook read by the Children’s Librarian followed by a unique craft.

Thursday, March 22

Family Event: Bedtime Stories

7:00-7:30 pm

Ages 0-8

Put on your comfy PJs, bring your teddy bear, and cuddle up at pajama story time.

Friday, March 23

Lapsit Story time

11:00-11:30 am

Ages 0-2

Lapsit Storytime is geared to help with early literacy skills. Toddlers and their parents or guardians will have fun singing songs, sensory bins, and discovering new books

Brick Builders!

1:00-2:00 pm

Ages 0-12 and families

Children can use their imagination and creativity to build something using toy blocks of all shapes and sizes

Saturday, March 24

OKC Zoo: Are You Buggin?

1:00 pm

“One warm day, from a tiny egg a little cricket was born.” Thus begins the story of “The Very Quiet Cricket” by Eric Carle. Springtime means little bugs are popping out all over, and the Oklahoma City Zoo wants you to come along on a quiet but exciting journey with cricket into his world. Bugs are pollinators, they power the food chain, and keep our world healthy. In this program, you’ll meet an amazing bug and animals who depend on these crawly critters for food and even friendship.

Monday, March 26

Computer Training Classes: Computers 101/Internet

9:00-11:00 am

Library Computer Lab

Class Size:  10

Book Club: Real Murders by Charlaine Harris

4:00-5:00 pm

Library Board Room

This book club is recommended for ages 16 and older. There is a limited amount of books available that can be picked up at the reference desk. Light refreshments will be served.

Tuesday, March 27

Adult Movie Matinee: “Dunkirk” Rated PG-13

3:00-5:00 pm

Recommended for ages 18+

The library will provide refreshments.

Code Club                                                       

3:30-5:00 pm

Ages 8-16

Library Computer Lab

Class Size:  10

Teens use the website called “Scratch” to create a game.

Wednesday, March 28

Story time and Craft

11:00-12:00 pm

Ages 0-6

Enjoy a fun singing exercise and then embark on an enchanting storybook read by the Children’s Librarian followed by a unique craft.

 

 

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