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Missouri Mining

Join the discussion with geologist Russell Myers and historian Brick Autry on the critical role of mining in Southeast Missouri! Fredericktown, May 31, 6pm.

Oceans of Possibilities

On Tuesday, May 31st, Ozark Regional Library will launch Oceans of Possibilities: The Scientific Method and Discovery, a STEAM-focused summer reading program. This year’s summer reading program will feature Foraging & Wild Food Adventures, a performance by Mesner Puppet Theater, Mad Science, and classes on robotics, paper animation, geocaching and orienteering, and more! Visit the library to register, to pick up reading logs, and to ask questions about upcoming programs. Participants who complete the program may enter a drawing with prizes provided by our generous local businesses. Our grand prize is four tickets to St. Louis Aquarium—a $100 value! Watch for announcements about additional programs!

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten is a nationwide initiative that promotes the joy of story. This free program ranges from newborn to just before kindergarten.

Voices of the Ozarks Oral History

A project of the Ozark Regional Library, Voices of the Ozarks is a series of oral history recordings with community members. Interviews can be found here.

Brainfuse VetNow
A suite of resources for veterans to polish their skills for civilian jobs and find resources to aid veterans and their families, from resumes to navigating the VA system.

Audio Readings of Classics

Ozark Regional Library is bringing you classics of literature read by local talent for your entertainment.