The Catoosa Public Library PreSchool Storytime is on vacation. Storytime will resume on Wednesday, August 19th at 10 am.
Catoosa Public Library Assistant Library Director – Job Advertisement General Description Assists the Library Director in the management, supervision, and administration of the library to provide maximum services to library patrons in accordance with library policy. Duties Include – Assists Continue reading
UNMASKED! TEEN SUMMER READING PROGRAM June 1 – 25, 2015 Registration begins May 20th at the Catoosa Public Library Teen Schedule June 4 – Drum Circle June 11 – Game Night June 18 – Improv! June 25 – Cosplay Finale!
2015 Summer Reading Program Catoosa Public Library June 1 – 25, 2015 Catoosa Public Library presents “Every Hero Has A Story” during their summer library program.The Summer Reading Program is open to all children ages 4-12 years who currently hold, Continue reading
Janie Ducotey, Catoosa Public Library Director, was honored at a retirement reception on Tuesday, March 31st at 2 pm in the Catoosa Community Center located at 105 East Oak. Ms. Ducotey has served as the Library Director for Catoosa Continue reading
Friends of the Catoosa Public Library have donated an AWE Early Literacy computer for the children’s section of the library. The Early Literacy Station (ELS), a comprehensive, turnkey educational solution loaded with over 70 educational software programs for kids ages Continue reading
MINI MASTERS ART SHOW J W Sam second graders and the Catoosa Public Library presented the Mini Masters Art Show March 24th through April 10th at the Catoosa Public Library. The students in Della Easton’s art classes researched the master Continue reading
Do you read e-Books? Catoosa Public Library is considering purchasing e-Books for it’s patrons. Your input is needed. Please click on “read more” then click the “SURVEY” link to let us know if you would check out e-Books if they Continue reading
EARLY READER SECTION The Catoosa Public Library has a new children’s section – “EARLY READERS”. The Early Reader section contains beginning reading books leveled by Accelerated Reader book levels. Bring your first and second graders to the library to check Continue reading