2020 Summer Reading

You’re invited to 2020 Summer Reading at the Beaver County Pioneer Library.

Imagine Your Story

Kids ages 3 to 12 can sign up for summer reading.

Sign up anytime after the last day of school.

It starts June 4th and meets every Thursday in June.

  • June 4
  • June 11
  • June 18
  • June 25

We’ll have giveaways, prizes, lots of fun activities. So be sure and get a schedule of events.

You’ll get a log book to keep track of the books you read this summer. You’ll sign a contract with the librarian to set how many books or minutes you want to read.

2 Sessions

  • Morning: 10:30 to 11:30
  • Afternoon: 1:00 to 2:00

Why not go to both!

For more info call us at 580-625-3076.

Covid19 Information

Beaver County Pioneer Library is closed to the public at this time. We hope to slow the spread of Covid-19 in our community.

The library is extending all materials currently due to May 1st.

No Fines or fees will accrue on any account while we are closed.

You may still return items in our book drop.

Access to E-Books and audiobook are still available by using your library card number.

Our WIFI is still up and running. It is accessible from our library lot. You are more than welcome to enjoy our WIFI from the comfort of your vehicle.

For more information email the library at beavercountylibrary@gmail.com. or call 580-625-3076


Adult Exercise Class-Tai Chi 2019

Tai Chi: a gentle way to fight stress and reduce anxiety. Helps increase flexibility and balance.

Mondays starting February 4, 2019@10:00 AM.

Held at the Beaver County Library, ages 20 and up. For more information call the Library 580-625-3076.

Collaboration with the OSU Extension. Instructor Lib McBee

Free classes made possible by a grant from the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and the Institute of Museum and Library Service.


Essential Oils Health Program

December Essential oils health benefits class.


Sherry Kygar instructing a class on the health benefits of essential oils. (This class is offered with funds from a Health and Literacy grant received from the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.