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Search the catalog for available books, movies, and audio.

If the catalog shows the location as "Overdrive" the item is part of our virtual library

If we don't have something that you want, you can ask for an interlibrary loan or recommend a title.

We have books for trade and sale.

Online Education

We have several public computers available for library patrons and visitors.

WIFI Hotspot
Wireless access to high-speed Internet is available inside and on surrounding grounds from 5 am until midnight with no password required.

Document Printing
Multiple printers are available from our public computers. We also have a scanner, coin-operated copier, and fax machine. Some fees may apply.

 

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Website Links
We have found so many great websites to recommend that we had to create a separate website. Check out our Gateway.

Even the Gateway filled up before we could create Education Links or Local Links pages.

Find more information using these databases.

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News, Events & More

Welcome Push County Accelerated Reader® Readers!

Jan 25, 2022

The Antlers Library staff is happy you’re bringing us along on your exciting reading journey. The Library has many books with various reading and point levels. Our AR books have stickers and numbers on the spine of the books, just like your school library. Each reading level has a different…

New Resource for Teens

Jul 22, 2021
Teen Health and Wellness

APL through Project Brave now has access to Teen Health & Wellness – the award-winning resource that provides teens up to date, nonjudgmental, curricular, and self-help support. Fully updated, this essential resource features expanded content to reflect today’s most urgent social issues. More Relevant Than Ever: New content on racism,…

Chief Pushmataha Bust

Dec 14, 2020
Bust of Chief Pushmataha

The bust in the lobby of the Antlers Library is a cast bronze image of Chief Pushmataha, after whom our county is named. The bust was created in clay by Willard Stone and sent to the Roman Bronze Works in New York for casting.  After casting just 16 busts, the…

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