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It's A Spring Thing!
New Children's Books
The Pilcrow Foundation, along with matching funds from the Friends of the Hennessey Library, generously donated 91 children's picture books to the Hennessey Public Library through the Children's Book Project. This project grant awarded last November is supported by donors from across the United States. The Pilcrow Foundation aims to provide new, quality hardcover children's books to rural public libraries.
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Community Information Center
Business Services: Fax, copy, scan, email, and print. Typewriter available and typing services at $1.00 per page (limit 5 pages). Services available to local patrons and travelers on the trail.
Regional History: Mastodon bones, The Buffalo War, two land runs, and famous Oklahomans--the history of North Central Oklahoma is rich and featured at the library.
Community Calendar: Hennessey is rich in festivals and local events. Find times, places, and contact information online at the library.
Tourist Information: Where to eat, where to go, what to do, downtown walking tour, and regional information are free just inside the library door. Hennessey welcomes travelers.
Entertainment: Music, AFI 100 Best, old-time classics, and first-run movies, special programs in the Ortman Auditorium, and summer activities for the youngsters are available to the community for enjoyment and recreation.
Hank always has something to say.
It's not just the weather--He loves this land north of the river and will tell that to just about anyone who'll listen..
Visit his blog for comments and prairie dog wisdom from down the Pdog hole.