Story Book Trails in Wildhorse Park is a way for children and adults to enjoy reading and the outdoors at the same time. The library will place bright and engaging pages of a must-read picture book along a path and people will stop to read as they walk. Not only does it encourage walkers to read, but it also encourages readers to walk. The plan is to change the story on a quarterly basis. The project was made possible when the library received a $9000 Health Literacy Grant from the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and Institute of Museum and Library Services
Fairies have moved into Wildhorse Park. See a map of the park and get more information about the fairies. This program is paid for by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
This project was created by Girl Scout Troop #358 in 2019 for a Bronze Award 2018-2019. Girl Scouts that were involved were: Nylah McClurkin, Jenni Hall, Joeleen McElroy, Kirston Brown, Brenna Matthews, Keaton Flickinger, Abigail Van Voast, Haley Anderson, and Paris Roblyer. Over 80 different shapes are available for checkout.
Art In the Library
The library partners with art teachers and artists in the area to exhibit art for our patrons to enjoy.