As you can see we have moved a few things around. If you need any help please contact the library for assistance, we are happy to help!
Read, Read, Read, and Read! The more you Read, the more you will know! And hurry many more books will be here in 2019!
Exciting news! Ebooks, audiobooks and more are coming to Apache. The library is joining the OK Virtual Library.
That means you’ll be able to borrow eBooks, audios and movies on your favorite mobile device or computer for free. Read, listen, or watch instantly or download for later. No long waiting lines or late fees! All you need is a library card in good standing.
How to Get Started
You will need your library card number and a PIN. Call us or come by to get your PIN.
See What’s in the Collection
The virtual library has all the popular titles and best sellers you love. You’ll also find special reading rooms for kids and teens and a business collection.
Best of all – when the library is closed, the OK Virtual Library is open!
You’ll Love Libby – the App
Instantly borrow free ebooks and audiobooks to read on your device or Kindle. Works with all smart phones, tablets, computers, and eReaders.
Get Help and Support
“Books are a uniquely portable magic” -Stephen King
“Be awesome! Be a book nut!” -Dr. Suess
Michael grew up in Apache since he was 5 and graduated from Apache in 2008. His families are the Roses and Rowans and his parents are Scott and Taci Rose.
Michael worked in Apache for several years after high school, and then moved to Lawton to work and attend Cameron University. His writings deal with spiritual matters and learning to know and accept oneself, in both the good and the bad qualities.
Connect with Michael on his Facebook Page >
Book Signing: When & Where
- Saturday – September 10th
- 10 am to Noon at The Apache Public Library
$1.00 per book sold online or in person will be donated to Lawton/Ft. Sill veteran’s center.
Donate blood and get good things in return!
Apache Community Blood Drive
When and Where
- Tuesday, August 16
- 3 to 6 pm
- Bohard Building
Donors get 2 free tickets to the OKC zoo AND a really cute t-shirt.
Don’t miss out on your chance to win this beautiful, Apache-themed quilt! Plus, you’ll be helping out the library. Come by the library for your shot to win.
1 chance for $1.00 or 6 chances for $5.00
The Comanche Community Center offers programs and activities for Comanche youth, adults and seniors throughout the year. You can find out more info by calling the center at 580-588 9400.