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The Southeastern Public Library System of Oklahoma strives to be the place where
 people explore yesterday's heritage, today's information and tomorrow's dreams


        Patrick Lynch Public Library
        206 S. McKenna Ave.
        Poteau, OK  74953
        918.647.8910 FAX
        Jo Hunt, Library Manager

        Monday - Friday         9:00 - 7:00
        Saturday                   9:00 - 5:00
        Sunday                     Closed



 Library Closings:
      The Library will be Closed on the following holidays:

New Year's Day; Spring Break (3rd Monday in March);
      Memorial Day; Independence Day; Labor Day; Veteran's
      Day; Thanksgiving Day; Friday after Thanksgiving Day;
      Christmas Eve, Christmas Day.

 If the holiday falls on a day the library is normally closed, the library
        will close either the previous day or the following day.





        Helpful Links: - Free online computer classes. - Learn how to use popular websites.

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        Arkansas State Tax Forms Link -


On-Line References
      Friends of Patrick Lynch Public Library
Kid's Page
Teen Site
      Facebook Beginners Guide 101
      Library card application (English)
      Library card application (Español)


      Patrick Lynch Public Library Blog
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Southeastern Library System of Oklahoma is now offering downloadable audio books. These "books" can be downloaded onto a computer then uploaded to your iPod or MP3 players or other audio devices. Click on Icon for more information.

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