Stillwater Public Library
1107 S Duck
Stillwater, OK 74074
Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI will be the topic of discussion and a variety of programming during Stillwater Public Library’s ninth One Book, One Community event. The One Book program is designed to foster a sense of community through a shared reading experience and, with this title, to broaden and deepen an appreciation of the Osage culture during a dark period in Oklahoma history. Open to all ages, participants in the project will receive a free copy of the book with questions for facilitated book discussions and a curated Osage Area Visitors' Guide. Participants will also be encouraged to attend exhibits and programs thematically tied to the book. The six weeks of programming include an art exhibit, a ballet, a documentary film, and an Osage Cultural Family Fair with demonstrations, booths and activities.
March 1 is the kick-off event and lecture on "The Osage Nation: A Brief History" at the library. The book will be distributed on this night. Contact the library for the dates and times of the subsequent discussions.