Books Come Alive and Local Authors Festival

On November 16th  from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm the Chickasha Public Library will be hosting their 2nd annual Books Come Alive and Local Authors Festival event. This year we are using books from the PBS Great American Reads booklist, there will be actors portraying book characters, book scavenger hunts, prizes, and fun for all.… Continue Reading Books Come Alive and Local Authors Festival

Children’s Book Trivia Night

October 17th 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Youth are invited to come to the Library and test their book knowledge at the Library’s Book Trivia Night. Dress as your favorite book character and have some fun. There will be snacks and lots of BOOK TRIVIA!

Family Reading Night

October 18th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm the Library would like to welcome families to come read together at the Library, during the Library’s first Family Reading Night, there is a great book for everyone!

Teddy Bear Sleepover

Children are invited to bring their bravest stuffed friend to an evening storytime at the library.  Teddy Bear Sleepover is October, 26th 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm at the Library 527 W Iowa Ave. For more information call the Library at 405-222-6075.

Oklahoma Book Festival

The Oklahoma Book Festival will take place at the Boathouse District in Oklahoma City from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on October 20, 2018. All are welcome to join the fun. ( For further information, visit  

Browsing the catalog

The Chickasha Public Library’s new catalog ( is accessible on any Internet-capable device and is an easy way to find specific books and also to discover new and interesting books, e-books, audiobooks, and more.  Directly below the Chickasha Public Library logo is a book display window with different collections that you can browse through or… Continue Reading Browsing the catalog

Chapter Chat

Embed from Getty Images Chapter Chat meets on the last Monday of each month, at 6:00 pm at the Chickasha Public Library 527 W Iowa Ave. Chapter Chat is a monthly book discussion group for adults. The group will discuss Warlight by Micheal Ondaatje in October and There There by Tommy Orange in November.