Welcome to the Iowa Tribe Library
"Our library door is always open."
The history of the Ioway people is written in many books and being written today. We invite all people to read, learn and share the rich heritage of the Iowa Tribe and of our relatives.
We are dedicated to promoting the love and teaching of reading beginning with the youngest to the young of heart. Our library belongs to our people. It is for them and the community that our people live in that we strive to offer literacy, educational, computer skills, employment and health resources.
Sandy Tharp-Thee, Librarian 405-547-2402 ext 213
Literacy - let us help you be a confident reader - reading opens so many doors.
We have tutors willingly to help and aids at our library available for checkout. This service is available for all ages.
Please call the library for more information. 405-547-2402 ext 213 or email email@example.com
New at the Library - Early Literacy Station and AfterSchool Edge
These computers are safe and secure - not connected to the internet. They are preloaded with 60+ interactive learning programs and games. They are colorful and feature top rated educational software.
They are wonderful!
A special thank you to Oklahoma Department of Libraries and the Oklahoma City Community Foundation for GED Connection Resources for our teachers and students.
The GED is about more than getting the GED certificate, it is also about improving skills. We encourage all learners and educators to visit GetReadingOklahoma.org
Please feel free to share our GED Students Success Stories.
"65" individuals have now received their GED Certificates.
"When a child enters the room everything changes." Anon
Read - Get Wacky - Go Feather - working with our local Perkins Sonic Drive In, our youth age 12 and under when they read ten books, they receive a free Wacky Pack Meal Coupon and two feathers - one for home and one for the library.
Present feather count is 204 which represents 2,040 books read since January of 2010.
Storytime - Wednesday of each week @ 10:00 AM
Writers in the Wind - Adult writers group meets @ noon the first Wednesday of each month
Community Outreach Program:
Working with Iowa Tribe Title VI program, our Library has many large print books, audio books, DVDs, portable CD players and portable audio books.
At present our Title VI delivers 30 meals a day to our homebound elders. These materials and including present materials in the library collection is available for delivery by request with the meals.
"Standing Together" Oklahoma Tribe Collection
This collection was made possible by a IMLS Basic Grant. It celebrates the 60+ tribes that once called Oklahoma home. There are presently 39 Federally recognized Oklahoma Tribes.
|History of the Ioway
Our Tribal Seal
|Language & Oral History
Library Digital Collections