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2018 Summer Reading Program - 14 Programs to choose from!!

2018 SRP Programs

Kick-Off at Glenpool

Dance Presentation by Dancing Eagles

Saturday, JUNE 2

1:00-1:20

Glenpool Library

730 E. 141st St.

Children’s Summer Reading Program

Make and Take: Round Reed Rattle

Join Choogie Kingfisher as he presents how to basket weave a small rattle. 2nd grade and up. Materials provided. Class limited to 20. Call the Pratt Library to register, 918-549-7323.

MONDAY, JUNE 4

1:00 – 2:00

Pratt Library

3219 S. 113TH W. AVE.

Pawnee Culture comes Alive

Through stories, songs and dance, the culture of the Pawnee Indians will be experienced. Come catch a glimpse of the people known as the Chatik si Chatik, the Men of Men

THURSDAY, JUNE 7

10:00 – 11:00

Judy Z. Kishner Library

10150 N. Cincinnati, Sperry

Storytelling with Will Hill Yah Hey Geeh! Sing!

Yah Hey Geeh! is a presentation filled with lots of audience participation. Native American animal tales with music and dance. Hear the flute, the rattle and the drum. Learn traditional songs of America's first people.

FRIDAY, JUNE 8

2:00 - 3:00

Collinsville Library

1223 Main

Storytelling with Choogie KingfisherTraditional storytelling of the Kituwah Cherokee along with flute music, song, and good ole’ laughter.

MONDAY, JUNE 11

1:00 – 2:00

Skiatook Library

316 E. Rogers

Storytelling with Will Hill Yah Hey Geeh! Sing!

Yah Hey Geeh! is a presentation filled with lots of audience participation. Native American animal tales with music and dance. Hear the flute, the rattle and the drum. Learn traditional songs of America's first people.

TUESDAY, JUNE 12

1:00 – 2:00

Glenpool Library

730 E. 141 ST.

Make and Take: Cherokee Pottery

Join potter Crystal Hanna for native stories and hand-on pottery workshop. Materials provided. Class limited to 20

THURSDAY, JUNE 14

1:00 – 2:00

2:30 - 3:30

Judy Z. Kishner Library

10150 N. Cincinnati, Sperry

Storytelling with Will Hill Yah Hey Geeh! Sing!

Yah Hey Geeh! is a presentation filled with lots of audience participation. Native American animal tales with music and dance. Hear the flute, the rattle and the drum. Learn traditional songs of America's first people.

TUESDAY, JUNE 19

1:00 – 2:00

Pratt Library

3219 S. 113TH W. AVE.

Make and Take: Basket Making I

Join Choogie Kingfisher to learn the art of making a single walled Cherokee basket. Materials provided. Class limited to 20.  

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20

2:00 - 3:00

Charles Page Library     

551 E. Fourth St.

Storytelling with Will Hill Yah Hey Geeh! Sing!

Yah Hey Geeh! is a presentation filled with lots of audience participation. Native American animal tales with music and dance. Hear the flute, the rattle and the drum. Learn traditional songs of America's first people.

MONDAY, JUNE 25

10:30 – 11:30

Nathan Hale Library

6038 E. 23RD ST.

Make and Take: Basket Making I

Join Choogie Kingfisher to learn the art of making a single walled Cherokee basket. Materials provided. Class limited to 20.  

MONDAY, JUNE 25

2:00 - 3:00

Glenpool Library

730 E. 141 ST.

Storytelling with Choogie Kingfisher

Traditional storytelling of the Kituwah Cherokee along with flute music, song, and good ole’ laughter.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27

10:30 – 11:00

Zarrow Regional Library

2224 W. 51st St.

Pawnee Culture comes Alive

Through stories, songs and dance, the culture of the Pawnee Indians will be experienced. Come catch a glimpse of the people known as the Chatik si Chatik, the Men of Men

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27

2:00 - 3:00

Charles Page Library     

551 E. Fourth St.

Pawnee Culture comes Alive

Through stories, songs and dance, the culture of the Pawnee Indians will be experienced. Come catch a glimpse of the people known as the Chatik si Chatik, the Men of Men

THURSDAY, JUNE 28

11:00 – 12:00

Maxwell Park Library

1313 N. CANTON

Teen Summer Reading Program

Native American Patchwork

Come and learn the basics for Native American patchwork! Bring your own sewing machine. Class limited to 25.

TUESDAY, JUNE 5        

3:00 – 5:00

Skiatook Library

316 E. Rogers

Native American Patchwork

Come and learn the basics for Native American patchwork! Bring your own sewing machine. Class limited to 25.

THURSDAY, JUNE 28

2:00 – 4:00

Collinsville Library

1223 Main

Adult Summer Reading Program

Make and Take: Cherokee Pottery

Join potter Crystal Hanna for native stories and hand-on pottery workshop. Materials provided. Class limited to 20

MONDAY, JUNE 11

6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Zarrow Regional Library

2224 W. 51st St.

 

 

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Zarrow Regional Library
2224 W. 51st St.
Tulsa, OK
74033
918-549-7323
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