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Mustang library to go fine-free

The Mustang Public Library will be Canadian County’s first fine-free library beginning Sept. 1. For six months until March 1, 2022, the library will participate in a fine-free pilot program to determine if they would like to implement it long-term in the future. “The people who most need the library are the ones who may…

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Mustang library selected as Family Engagement Project grantee

Mustang Public Library has been selected as one of the Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness’ Public Library Family Engagement Project grantees. The library will receive $1,250. Libraries selected to participate in this project will expand on existing programs originally funded through the Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five, also known as “OKFutures.” Mustang Public Library’s…

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People around the world gather for the solar eclipse

For the first time since 1918, the solar eclipse traveled across the entire U.S. on Monday. People all around the world gathered to witness the eclipse, including at the Mustang Town Center. The Mustang Public Library hosted a “Solar Eclipse Viewing Party” Monday, and offered free solar glasses to anyone who pre-registered. People from Mustang…

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Webber retiring, Slupe taking over as library director

The Mustang Public Library director is retiring after fifteen years. Desiree Webber made the decision to retire with her husband more than a year ago. He has been retired for more than three years so she said she looks forward to joining him. “A new chapter—I like to write so I’ll probably be writing full…

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