Edmond's library expands offerings for kids, adults

The Edmond Library averages 11 story sessions for kids every week.
BY MATT PATTERSON mpatterson@opubco.com Published: June 5, 2013
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“We thought it was time to update with some brighter and more comfortable chairs,” Kellogg said. “The old chairs had been used up, and seating is always at a premium at this library.”

There are plenty of offerings for adults, too. The library hosts several book clubs including one for seniors and one for history buffs. A 55 and older coffee club meets Wednesday mornings to discuss books over a cup of a coffee.

“We want to offer as many things as we can to as many age groups as we can,” Kellogg said.

“We want to be a hopping place.”

For more information on the Edmond Library or the Metropolitan Library System, go to www.metrolibrary.org.



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