Happy Thanksgiving!

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Both the Duncan Public Library and Genealogy Library will be closed for Thanksgiving and Black Friday. The Duncan Public Library will be open on Saturday from 10am to 1pm with restrictions (only 10 people in at a time; door will remain closed, and staff will let you in; 30 minutes time limit) Have a warm, safe, socially distanced, virtual, Thanksgiving!

November is Native American Heritage Month!

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On Display:

(select the book graphic to see if this title is available as well as a summary)

Mother Earth, Father Sky: Native American Myth

by Tom Lowenstein, et al.

 

Native Universe: Voices of Indian America

by Gerald McMaster and CLifford E. Trafzer

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West

by Dee Brown

The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse

by Louise Erdrich

The Man Made of Words: Essays, Stories, Passages

by N. Scott Momaday

Native America Today: A Guide to Community Politics and Culture

by Barry Pritzker

Walking the Choctaw Road

by Tim Tingle

Cherokee thoughts, Honest and Uncensored

by Robert J. Conley

And Still the Waters Run: the Betrayal of the Five Civilized Tribes

by Angie Debo

The Round House

by Louise Erdrich

Shell Shaker

LeAnne Howe

Pushing the Bear: After the Trail of Tears

by Diane Glancy

The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America

by Andrés Reséndez

There There

by Tommy Orange

1941: New Revelations of the Americas before Columbus

by Charles C. Mann

The Native Americans: An Illustrated History

When the Light of the World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through: A Norton Anthology of Native Nations Poetry

Edited by Joy Harjo, Leanne Howe, Jennifer Elise Foerster

 

On Display!

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On Display! (Select the graphic to see this title in our catalog)

 

Still Life

by Louise Penny

Turkey Day Murder

by Leslie Meier

Thanksgiving

by Michael Dibdin

Celt and Pepper

 by Ralph McInerny

The Cat Who Talked Turkey

by Lilian Jackson Braun

The Cat Who Went Into The Closet

by Lilian Jackson Braun

Raspberry Danish Murder

 by Joanne Fluke

Turkey Trot Murder: A Lucy Stone Mystery

by Leslie Meier

A Fatal Feast

by Donald Bain

Wicked Autumn: A Max Tudor Novel

by G. M. Malliet

Second-hand stiff: An Odelia Gray Mystery

by Sue Ann Jaffarian

The Alpine Vengeance: An Emma Lord Mystery

Miss Dimple Disappears

by Mignon Franklin Ballard

Black Friday: A Maggie O'Dell Novel

by Alex Kava

Southern Fried

by Cathy Pickens

 

COVID NOTICE!

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FOR THE PROTECTION OF OUR PATRONS AND OUR STAFF, PLEASE DO NOT ENTER THE LIBRARY TO PRINT OR FAX YOUR QUARANTINE ORDERS. DON'T WORRY, WE CAN STILL HELP YOU! JUST CALL US (580-255-0636) AND WE WILL MEET YOU CURBSIDE TO HELP YOU GET YOUR PAPERS SENT WHERE THEY NEED TO BE SENT!

 

 

 

It's Dinovember!!!

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Click on images for a printable PDF or pick up a form at the library!

Tech Help!

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Did you get a new cellphone or E-reader? Did you go from a laptop to an iPad? Do you just want to know more about a device you have had for a while? Would you like to sit with someone who can walk you through how to use your technology? You can now use the form on our website to request a one-on-one tech help session with Rich! (click on the logo above!)

Storytime!

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Begining on October 15th, Storytime will take place INDOORS due to the cold weather expected. Children 3 and older are required to wear masks per Miss Darbie!

Return Your Books!

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July 1st is when items checked out before quarantine and during curbside were due! We have also placed a cart inside the front doors that you can place your books into during our open hours in case you do not see our signs directing you to the back! Again, there are no late fines or fees on any of these items. We ask that you do not bring your items any further into the library as these items need to be quarantined for the safety of our patrons and our staff! After the conclusion of the second part of the study conducted on library specific materials, it has been determined that FOUR days of quarantine is recommended for all returned items. This means your returned items will remain on your card for four days before we check them back into the library. You are also welcome to set items you check out aside for this length of time prior to handling them at home. Thank you! 

No Fines!

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Just a reminder that there are no fines on items that were checked out prior to quarantine in March. These items were not able to be returned to us due to our having to close our bookdrops and not through any fault of your own! Please turn in your items as soon as possible. Late fees due to quarantine are also not being assessed at this time! If you have any questions about the items you have in your possession, please call!

Interlibrary Loan!

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Genealogy Library: Brown Bag Lunch

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Join us for the last Brown Bag of 2020! Come share the stories you were able to gather during quarantine. Brown Bag Lunches are open to everyone, masks are highly encouraged, social distancing expected, and lunch is neither provided nor required. Speaking is also not required, so come just to listen! There will be a zoom option available for those who would love to participate but are unable to join us in person. Register for the Zoom meeting by clicking on the graphic above. If you plan to physically attend, no registration is required!

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2020 Reading Challenge

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Letters V & W are featured for the month of November!

Wishful Drinking

Wonder

The Violin of Auschwitz

Ancestry Library Edition From Home!

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You can now access the Library Edition of Ancestry.com from your home computers! You must use the link available to you once you log into your library account; links elsewhere on the site will not allow access. As always, if you need help, please don't hesitate to call us at 580-255-0636!

Get Your Library Card!

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We've created an interactive slideshow that explains the benefits of having a Duncan Public Library Card!

Clicking the image above will open this up; there is a mini, digital escape room made for school-aged children, but anyone can do it!

 

The image below will take you to our online application for a library card. You can also use this form to update your existing account, reset your PIN, or find out if you still have the account you set up when you were eleven!

 

Wonder Woman artwork credited to @artbyjp

 

 

Little Free Libraries!

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LIttle Free Libraries are all over Duncan! Take a book and leave a book. When you finish a book, leave it in one of these little libraries for someone else to enjoy! If you know of one we don't have listed, let us know!

Please remember that the books in these little libraries are protected only when they are inside and the doors are shut. Sadly, we've discovered a few ruined books that were left out in the wind and the rain.

2021 SEQUOYAHS

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