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How to get a library card

tags: library
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 12:00:00 am
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If you live or own property in Oklahoma City or Oklahoma County, you can become part of the Metropolitan Library system for free by applying for a card. Here’s how it works: Bring two forms of ID (one showing proof of residence) to your nearest library and apply for a card. If you’re older than 17 and you live in the area, you can get a primary card for free. If you are younger, you can apply for a card with your parent or guardian. Teachers and students who live outside the library system’s area but whose school is located inside it can get a school card, while those who live in Cleveland, McClain or Pottawatomie counties and are part of the Pioneer Library System) can apply for a reciprocal card. Nonresidents also can pay a $40 annual fee.

Confused about all the choices? You shouldn’t be. Your local librarian will help you sort through the options and get you signed up quickly.

Once you have a card, you can check out or download books, music, movies and more.
Find out more.

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