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Concussion and Head Trauma - Is my child at risk?

Dr. Steve Nedbalek from the Oklahoma Health Department Injury Prevention Service will present a training abConcussion and Brain Traumaout concussion and issues related to concussions.  Some, but not all, topics covered will be:  What is a Concussion?, Causes of traumatic  brain injuries, Who is at risk?, Signs and Symptoms, Oklahoma's "Return to Play" law (2019), Coaches and Concussions, and Prevention.  There will be time for questions and answers.This presentation is free and open to the public at the Norman Public Library on Saturday, April 26 in Room A/B from 10 am till noon.  For more information you can call the Norman Public Library at 701-2620. 

Wills, Trusts & How to Avoid Probate - Brown Bag Lunch

Learn how you can protect your estate from taxes and probate.  Estate Planning

Estate conservation accomplishes two goals: to manage the estate during your lifetime, and to help make arrangements for prompt and proper distribution of your estate upon death.  Discover common misconceptions about trusts, such as, "I will give up control of my assets", "I have a Will, so I don't have to worry about Probate", and "My estate is not large enough to need a Trust", just to name a few.  Everyone needs an estate plan. 

A living trust is often used to save thousands of dollars in probate costs and/or estate taxes.  A trust also avoids the long time delays and publicity of probate.  It allows flexiblity with the distribution of property, as well as provide for distributions and guardianship of minor children. 

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Norman Public Library seeks entries for annual poetry contest

Entries are now being taken for the Norman Public Library’s annual poetry contest, part of the library’s commemoration of National Poetry Month in April.

Children in kindergarten through fifth grade are invited to enter the children’s contest. Information, contest rules and entry forms may be picked up during library hours at the Children’s Services Desk in the library, 225 N. Webster Ave.

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Hold Pickup Locations

When using the catalog to place an item on hold, select to have items waiting for you inside a library or outside in a 24 hour library machine. There are four options available:

Both 24 hour library machines have books, dvds, and audiobooks that you can checkout with your PLS library card in addition to your hold items. Click here for information on how to place an item on hold.

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