Free Magazines Online

Enjoy reading popular magazines from home or your mobile via RBdigital’s app and your library card.

FREE Online Classes







Did you know you can choose from over 500 free online courses, via your library card and Universal Class? It’s true. They have everything from office software classes, to hobbies, to accounting and English. Call us at 580-338-7330 or visit our catalog page at to get started!


Movie Nights

The library is now offering movie nights a couple times a month. Please call us or go to our Facebook page to find out which movie is showing. or 580-338-7330

English Classes/Clases de Ingles

ESL Classes – The library offers ESL classes weekly. One class is Monday at 12 p.m. Other classes are in the evening at 5:30 p.m. on Monday and Thursday. Teachers are currently getting ready to start classes. For more information on classes call 580-338-7330.

Clases de ESL: la biblioteca ofrece clases de ESL semanalmente. Una clase es el lunes a las 12 p.m. Otras clases son por la tarde a las 5:30 p.m. los lunes y jueves.  Para obtener más información sobre las clases, llame al 580-338-7330.

Staff Blogs

Welcome to the Library’s Blog. Here you can find information from our staff written just for you. This blog page includes links to individual blog pages, as well as general notices and suggestions.

From the Archives

Written by Miranda Gilbert, Archivist, with the use of the Guymon Public Library’s newspaper archives dating back to 1890, and the Pioneer Showcase Archives. “Working in Genealogy and with Local Archives I receive calls and visitors from all over the USA hunting down information. Join me as I research and explore stories of local history including the people, places, buildings, organizations, and businesses in and around Guymon from pre-statehood to modern history.” Click the URL link above to read on…

Upcoming Events

  • We have programs for children, teens, and adults. See the Home page for all our events and program news or call 580-338-7330.

Digital Collections

What people primarily think of when they think of the library is its collection of in print materials such as books, magazines, and newspapers, the vast majority of libraries today also offer digital collections including access to databases, eBooks, and audiobooks which can be checked out with a library card. Probably one of the most well-known of these digital collections is the Library of Congress’s Digital Collection. Searchers can find all sorts of nifty documents here such as digital scans of Aaron Copland’s musical manuscripts, historic American newspapers, and Civil War maps among other treasures. If you’re a history buff, this is definitely one site you should be checking out!

Spotlight on Genre: Realistic Fiction!

Realistic fiction tells a story that is possible, but the story is told in a creative and artistic way. The story itself doesn’t have to be true, but it could be! Here are a couple of Blair Henson’s personal favorites from this genre.

Spanish Classes

Spanish Classes are offered every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. These classes are free to the public. Bring a notebook and pen or pencil.

Story Time

Story Time is Tuesdays from 10:00 – 10:45 a.m. preschool (3-4 year olds), Thursdays from 10:00 – 10:30 toddlers (1-2 year olds), and 6:00 – 6:30 p.m. babies (six – 12 months). Call us at 580-338-7330 for more information on themes and activities.


Come to the library and join the fun for teens in grades 7-12. We have programs each month ranging from STEM to Fabrication Labs, and we offer an open lab every Wednesday from 4 to 6:30 p.m. to offer a Makers Space . Call 580-338-7330 and ask for Miranda for details.

In STEM and STEAM programs we use snap circuits, Makey-Makey, littleBits engineering components, and other supplies.