Oshkosh Public Library

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Same but Different

The library continues to be open all day Mondays and every afternoon, Monday through Friday. With staff illness, family obligations and vacations, we usually have just one person working each day this summer and have had to close for an hour, here and there, because we didn’t have people available to work. To make up […]

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Learn a New Language the FREE Way

The Oshkosh Public Library is excited to announce that we have subscribed to the MANGO LANGUAGE LEARNING PROGRAM. After researching many other programs, we decided this one is the easiest, quickest, and most complete system.MANGO has over 70 languages to choose from including Spanish from Latin America and English from the U.S.We tried the lessons […]

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OPL Cake Pan Collection

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Calligraphy Class

Mr. Tony Newton will be offering a beginners calligraphy class at the Oshkosh Public Library on Wednesday evening, January 15th from 6 until 7 pm. He promises that the class is easy enough for any adult or older teen! To sign up for the class, call the library at 308-772-4554.

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November News Article

Medical Librarian Will Research FOR YOU I wanted to make you aware of a free service available to all Nebraskans:  CHIRS.  The Consumer Health Information Resource Service assists Nebraska residents or patients receiving health care in Nebraska, and their families, in finding information on health and wellness topics. A medical librarian will research your health question and […]

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October News Article

The Oshkosh Public Library has two big projects spread out in the library and thanks to some willing volunteers, those projects are getting done. Ten years ago, Tony Newton took the time to map the Antelope Valley and Oshkosh Cemeteries.  He also did extensive work on the Kowanda and Catholic Cemetery records.  His maps and […]

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