The Moore Public Library, 225 S. Howard Ave., will be closed Jan. 1 and 2.
While the library is closed, no fines will be assessed. Books and materials may be returned via the book drop.
Auditions for An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein will be held by Spotlight Theater Company Jan. 7 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Norman Public Library, 225 N. Webster Ave., in Norman.
Shel Silverstein is generally thought of as a children's author, best known for his children's book, The Giving Tree. What many don't know is that he wrote a lot of adult material, too, including plays, songs and cartoons.
An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein is actually a series of eight skits which will take you on a tour of his darkly comic side.
The show can have as few as 6 actors -- 3 men and 3 women -- or as many as 17. Auditions will be cold readings, but the actors may include prepared monologues if they wish.
The show will be performed in February, directed by Robert Jackson.
For more infomation, contact Jackson at 329-1386 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Week's Circulars
Major F. 'Red' Morrow, 92, of Norman, died June 15, 2021. Graveside Service: 2:00pm, Friday, June 18th, Resthaven Memory Gardens, 500 SW 104th Street, Oklahoma City. The family requests masks be worn at the graveside service. Share condolences online: www.havenbrookfuneralhome.com.
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