Books Can Take You Places

“Books are a uniquely portable magic” -Stephen King

Come on by the Library for Your Next good Read

“Be awesome! Be a book nut!” -Dr. Suess


Book Signing By Michael Bowen

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.

3 am poetry and prose by Michael Bowen

Purchase Michael’s Book Online

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.

Blood Drive: Tuesday, August 16

Donate blood and get good things in return!

Apache Community Blood Drive

you otter give blood

When and Where

  • Tuesday, August 16
  • 3 to 6 pm
  • Bohard Building

Donor Goodies

Donors get 2 free tickets to the OKC zoo AND a really cute t-shirt.



Quilt Fundraiser

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


quilt with Apache, OK themed squares

Summer Reading Theme for 2016

It’s all about health, fitness and sports. On your mark, get set, READ!


Get ready to move with us at the library!

Community Partners

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.

Stumped with a health or medical question?

Sometimes it’s hard to know if the information you find on the web is trustworthy. Or, what if you just can’t find what you need?

Ask an Info Pro from the OU Health Science Center Library for guidance. 3 ways:

You get to talk with a real person who knows the medical information ropes.

You may also try these health and patient info resources:

Why We Love Books

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” -Dr. Seuss

Excellent 2015 Summer Reading Program

We want to thank everyone involved in summer reading this year!