Harry Potter Book Night 2022

Join us February 2-4, 2022 for a socially distanced, walk-through event to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the book that started it all, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” by J.K. Rowling.

No registration required

Photo Ops – bring your smartphones (on silent, please)

Take-&-Make craft

Recreations of memorable Year One magical moments, such as:

  • Gringotts (collect your keepsake Galleon at the front desk)
  • Platform 9 3/4
  • Ollivanders (get your very own one-of-a-kind wand!)
  • The arrival of the Hogwarts Letters (pick up yours)
  • and more!

Goodies and Crafts limited to one (1) per person. Available while supplies last

The library will undergo a magical transformation for this event January 31- February 5. Furniture will be moved to accommodate this program. Two study tables with outlets will be available during this week. Teachers and Tutors, please call the library to reserve a table if you will need one. Spaces are limited.

Introducing OverDrive and Libby!

We are excited to announce that ebooks, audiobooks and magazines are now available at Cushing Public Library through OverDrive’s OK Virtual Library!

Libby, the reading app from our library, built by OverDrive

Borrow ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines to read on your phone or tablet using the Libby app by OverDrive. You can even send and read your borrowed ebooks to your Kindle ereader (U.S. only)! It’s free and easy to get started for new users and a streamlined experience for current OverDrive app users. Learn more at Overdrive Libby.

To sign in to Libby you will need

  • an internet connection
  • your library card number
  • account password 

If you have not set up an account password, or have difficulties logging in, please give us a call at 918-225-4188.

Legacy OverDrive app Help 

Virtual Storytime

Starting Wednesday, October 6th

Our Virtual Storytime will be geared for children ages 3 to 5.

When you sign up for Storytime, we ask for your email. We’ll send you a link where you and your family can view our story.

We’ll post the story each Wednesday that the Cushing Public Schools are in session, starting October 6th.

If there’s bad weather, someone is sick or something else happens where we have to change story time, we’ll let you know. We apologize if it’s short notice.

Activities and Crafts To-Go

For each Storytime, there will be an Activity-to-go or an easy, craft tutorial posted on the Storytime website. This week’s Storytime’ notices will say if an Activity-to-go is available for that week.

Activity Pick-up Times

You can pick up Activities-to-go at the library from 10 am Wednesday through the Saturday of that week, while supplies last. Activities-to-go will vary and may have crafts, coloring pages, puzzles, games or worksheets.

The Library of Things

Check Out the Library of Things

  • Board Games
  • Card Games
  • Early Learning Kits
  • Family Movie Night Bundles

Items from our Library of Things (Items) can be checked out by Cushing Public Library card holders ages 18 and older that have an account in good standing with no unpaid fines or charges.

An adult patron must present their library card or photo ID to be able to check out an Item.

An Item Borrowing Waiver must be filled out each time an Item is checked out.

Items are limited to one per household and cannot be renewed.

Items are available on a first-come-first-served basis and cannot be reserved.

Items have special loan periods and overdue charges. See individual items for details.

Stop by the library to find out more.

We would like to thank these companies and organizations for donating games to help start the Library of Things game collection.

Asmadi Games

Bezier Games, Inc.

Brotherwise Games

Exploding Kittens Inc.

The Friends of the Cushing Public Library, Inc.


Ravensburger Games

Renegade Game Studios

Rio Grande Games

Steve Jackson Games

Robert J. Conley Literary Landmark

Thank you to everyone that attended the Dedication Ceremony for the Robert J. Conley Literary Landmark.

The Cushing Public Library is honored to be the home of the Robert J. Conley Literary Landmark plaque and to become the 16th Literary Landmark Location in Oklahoma.

The Robert J. Conley Literary Landmark plaque has been installed. The Landmark can be found inside the library next to the Reference Room and Circulation Desk.

We apologize for the audio quality and the echoing.

We would like to thank Evelyn Conley and family for all of their support in preparation for this event and for sharing about Mr. Conley with all of us at the ceremony.

We would also like to thank our Partners and Sponsors for helping make this event possible:

The Friends of Cushing Public Library
Friends of Libraries in Oklahoma (FOLIO)
United for Libraries
Cushing Public Library
Cushing Public Schools

To learn more about Literary Landmarks visit: