“If you like my magic, my name is Jim Green; if you don’t, my name is David Copperfield.”
Millions of people use online tools and digital resources to investigate their family’s past, and create family trees. The Sapulpa Public Library has an abundance of resources and professional assistance.
Creek County Students Submit Poems to Win Cash Prizes and College Course at TCC
Tulsa Community College and Sapulpa Friends of the Library are offering the first Poetry Contest for high school students in Creek County.
Cancellations include the Fall Reading and Mad Science Virtual Halloween programs.
It’s a free event, but limited seating, so reserve your spot today! See inside for details.
The library staff will be wearing masks to protect the public. Patrons are encouraged to wear masks to protect others, including the staff. There will be a limit of 10 patrons at a time in the building, and social distancing protocols are to be followed.
It’s possible to construct your family tree, see census records, pictures, and gravestones of your ancestors, all online.
A slow start blossomed into a record crowd at Saturday’s clash of pop culture, science and fiction.
Plus, learn more about how you can how to become a Master Gardener yourself!