New in the Chickasha Public Library

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Books & More

OK Virtual Library

The OK Virtual Library has e-books, e-audio books, and e-magazines for adults, teens, and children. A library card is needed to access this database.

Virtual Card Information

Need access to virtual material? If you live, work, or go to school in Grady County, and you can not make it into the library, you can apply for a free virtual card.

Adult Virtual Card Application

Student Virtual Card Application 

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Book Services

Books to You

Home Delivery of Library Items.

The Chickasha Public Library is offering limited home delivery of library items for those in need. This service is offered to library patrons who live in the Chickasha city limits, cannot physically come to the library, and have no one to come for them.

For more information, call 405-222-6075.

Book now (Book Bundles)

Wondering what to read? Would you like a bundle of books on a theme? Or for a certain age group? We are now putting together book bundles for library patrons. Fill out this short form to request a book bundle. Please allow at least two business days for us to gather your book bundle(s)!

Book Bundle Form

For more information, call 405-222-6075.

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Classes & Events

Driver Tests
Free driver education manual and tests.

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Find Information

Website Links
A collection of community, business, health, education, and government websites.

Chickasha Public Library Newsletter

The Chickasha Public Library Newsletter is a monthly newsletter. If you would like to receive the newsletter by email you can  contact the library by emailing lillie.huckaby@chickasha.org or calling 405-222-6075.

Family History
Genealogy resources and websites.

E-Resources
Books, articles, magazines, and journals.

News, Events and More

Chickasha Public Library’s Services and Community Impact

Jan 29, 2021

The Chickasha Public Library, which has the distinction of being the first free library in what was then Indian Territory, was founded as a Carnegie Library on March 23, 1905.  This library has operated continuously for 115 years, and has grown and developed as new technology, resources, and information becomes… Keep Reading Chickasha Public Library’s Services and Community Impact

Readers’ Advisory

Jan 29, 2021

As 2020 wrapped up many of my friends across social media lamented that they had not read as many books this year as they normally do. I had this problem as well. Very few books held my interest for more than a few pages.  Each time a friend asked for… Keep Reading Readers’ Advisory

Chickasha Public Library Temporarily Suspending In-Person Services

Dec 2, 2020

Beginning December 7 The Chickasha Public Library will temporarily suspend in-person services due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in the area. During this closure, the Library will continue to provide curbside and virtual services. Books can be reserved through the Library’s online catalog, available at chickashapl.okpls.org, or by contacting… Keep Reading Chickasha Public Library Temporarily Suspending In-Person Services

Diabetes and Beyond Class

Jun 12, 2020

The Chickasha Public Library has partnered with to Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative to offer a Diabetes and Beyond class. This is an online class that requires the use of a computer, tablet, or smartphone. To register, please contact OHAI at 405-271-2290 or by email at rhonda-david@ouhsc.edu Based on the principles… Keep Reading Diabetes and Beyond Class

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