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TCCL to Offer a New "Green My Library" Lecture Series

By Rich Fisher


Tulsa, Oklahoma – On today's ST, we're chatting about sustainability and eco-friendly, community-centric practices as we learn about the Tulsa City-County Library's "Green My Library" Lecture Series, which begins tonight (Thursday the 30th) at 6pm in the Central Library (at 4th Street and Denver Avenue) with a free-to-the-public presentation entitled "Green My House." Our guest is Barrie Lamberton, a circulation librarian with the TCCL, who created/coordinated this series. As Lamberton tells us, other programs in the series --- which is meant to be both informational and interactive, both presentation-oriented and Q&A-driven --- will include "Green My Globe," "Green My Trash," "Green My Ride," and "Green My Yard." (For more information, please go to http://tulsalibrary.org/eventguide/events/gt-lecture-series-outlines2011.pdf.) Also on today's program, our commentator laments (well, sort of) the relatively recent disappearance of pick-pocketing (yes, pick-pocketing) in American culture.