*Registration is required unless otherwise noted.
Register online, at the Adult Reference Desk or by calling 248-628-3034.
Click here to view the library calendar and register for programs online.
Book Bingo is BACK!
Tuesdays at 2:00pm
June 15th, July 20th and August 17th
Play traditional bingo and win books. Bring a friend or neighbor – this fun -loving group welcomes new players. LIMITED TO 10 PLAYERS – PLEASE REGISTER EARLY!
Stop in and see our collection of free garden and flower seeds. It’s not too late to grow some plants for this summer!
Library of Things
The Oxford Public Library checks out more than books. Stop in and see the newest addition to our Library of Things Collection; a Mending Kit! We also have a crochet kit, cakepans, board games and much, much more.
We currently have 52 digital magazines available to all ages on Flipster including Pioneer Woman, The Week, National Geographic Kids and Rolling Stone just to name a few. The link can be found on our website or give us a call for more information.
Adult Summer Reading Program
June 11 – August 6, 2021
Read books and win prizes! Beanstack (miopl.beanstack.org/ ) an online platform will keep track of your books and offer additional activities. Three completed books will qualify you for prizes, but the more you read the better your chances! Winners will receive gift cards for local businesses, book bags or free books. Please see or call the adult services department for more information.
UPCOMING ADULT PROGRAMS
Registration is required unless otherwise noted. Please register online, in person at the adult reference desk, or by calling (248) 628-3034.
Cord Cutting 101
June 23, 2021 at 7:00pm
Learn how to join the world of lower-cost streaming content. Cord Cutters will define streaming, talk about options for free and paid streaming, show how it saves money, discuss equipment needed, and explain how to get free digital TV.
Native Landscaping for Pollinators and Clean Water
July 14, 2021 at 6:30pm
Join us for an enlightening presentation from the Clinton River Watershed Council and learn how carefully choosing your landscape plants can affect the environment.
Michigan’s Most Haunted Places and Darkest Legends
August 25 , 2021 at 6:00pm
Michigan has always been a region of mystery. Come and hear the stories of hauntings, ghost towns, and bizarre tales from more than 300 years of Michigan’s history presented by authors Jon Milan and Gail Offen.
SUMMER TAKE-AND-MAKE ACTIVITIES
Make a neat luminary from an old map. Week of JUNE 7. While Supplies last!
Celebrate July with a bang! Week of JULY 5. While supplies last.
Under the Sea Strawtoppers
Enjoy your favorite beverage with these stylish straws! Week of AUGUST 9.
While supplies last.
We've added themed activity kits for adults to our Random Stuff Collection. Ukulele, Road Trip Boredom Busters, Getting Ready for Your New Baby, Keep Your Brain Alive and Bird Watching have all been added with more to follow.
Book Discussion Sets
We have multiple copies of popular book club titles available. If you need a suggestion for what to read next for your book club be sure to check out NoveList.
We've created a printable brochure that lists all of the titles in the collection along with a brief description. You can print them here.
We have cake pans that check out. To see the entire list of pans that are available click here.
We now check out games such as Scattegories, Shut the Box, Hanabi and Apples to Apples. Check out our complete list here.
This popular collection rotates on a quarterly basis. We also have a puzzle table at the library if you're in the mood to work on a puzzle without having to set it up at home.