Tulsa City-County Library System
103 W. Broadway
Owasso, Oklahoma 74055
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 10-8 | Friday and Saturday, 10-5
The Owasso Library, a branch of the Tulsa City-County Library System, was built
in October, 1990. Renovations were completed in 2002 extending the room for vast information in
the form of books, magazines, newspapers, maps, computers, tapes, cds, and cassettes.
The Owasso Library also has a meeting room, and study areas for children and adults.
With over 30,000 items on hand, the Owasso Library has a wide range of books
available, including adult and young adult fiction, non-fiction, children's and reference works
as well as compact discs and music cassettes. Throw in major magazines, books on tapes & cd,
paperbacks, computers; There is something for the whole family to enjoy.
Specific areas of interest are in the young adult area, where a bulletin board with cool
library happenings, and the latest series of paperbacks are available. In the Children's
section is a current Sequoyah List. The Sequoyah List is where children read and vote for
their favorite book, and then the chosen author is invited to come to Oklahoma to receive
an award. Other specific areas of interest are free access to computers, and the Internet
(first come, first served). The Internet can be a valuable on-line resource tool for
anyone wanting to obtain more information about any subject. The Library's computers also
have word processing so people can type resumes, letters, essays, or whatever.
A wide range of community programs are offered. The Owasso librarian provides a weekly news
column in the Owasso Reporter Newspaper about what the library is doing
and what new books are in, entitled Library Corner.
Program guides for the entire library system can be picked up at the Owasso Library.
During the summer months, the library offers a Summer Reading Program for young people. Credit
is given for reading books and going to the library. Special awards are presented to those
who complete the program. Other summer programs include puppets, magic, story telling and
Story Time is offered all through the year. Lap sit for newborns through 2 year olds, and
their caregivers; and preschool for 3 to 5 year olds. No registration is required and the
programs are free of charge.
Get your Library card at the Owasso Library, or your local branch, so you can check out
material from the library and start your literary journeys. Experience why the Owasso Library
is the pride, and one of the most valuable resources, of the Owasso community.
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