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Overview of the Metropolitan Library System

Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 12:00:00 am
Downtown Library

Here in Oklahoma City we have an amazing library system that allows easy access to your favorite titles so you can keep your brain sharp and your imagination running free.

The Metropolitan Library System serves more than 600,000 people throughout 19 locations in Oklahoma County. Yes, you can go to use free Wi-Fi in any of its locations, but why would you go for that reason when you can enjoy such a great collection of books and other activities? The library system is also digital with eBook and music downloading services.

To get a card you just have to live in Oklahoma County. And if your county is Cleveland, McClain, or Pottawatomie and you are part of the Pioneer Library System, you can still join in the Metropolitan Library System’s fun – our Oklahoma City-area libraries have a reciprocal service agreement with the Pioneer Library System, with its headquarters in Norman.

In addition to the books, the eBooks, the Wi-Fi and the music, the Metropolitan Library System has a long list of activities for those who want to connect with real people in the real world. Whether you want to join a book club or pursue a hobby like tai chi or art, you can find something that interests you at a nearby library. Check out the events calendar and sign up for one.

There are virtually no limits to the things you can learn as a card-carrying member of the library.
Find a library near you.

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