The Inola Public Library serves community residents of all ages by providing access to materials and services which meet their informational, educational, cultural, and recreational needs.
Programming Philosophy & Guidelines
Public programs, presentations, display and bulletin boards coordinated by the staff for the benefit of the public.
The staff of the Inola Public Library presents programs which provide intellectual stimulation, cultural enrichment, and expand artistic horizons. Programs should be consistent with Inola Public Library's mission statement. Participants are not placed in competition with one another in any way for the reading of books. Library coordinated programs are free of admission charge and open to the public.
To stimulate interest in books, promote reading and encourage adults and children to become regular Library users.
To provide programs to supplement those of other community agencies and/or to provide opportunities not available elsewhere in the community served.
To provide information on a variety of subjects which can best be communicated in a program format.
To promote community awareness of Library materials, resources and services.
To respond to the interests and requests of the people within the service area.
To produce a positive Library experience for individuals.
To bring people to the library who would not normally access the Library for "traditional" Library services.
Inola Public Library
15 N Broadway
P.O. Box 1237
Inola, OK 74036
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