302 N. Main Street
The Wagoner Library is filled with books magazines for all ages. Individuals can visit and have access to computers and internet as well as printing services.
104 S. State St.
Please Note The Carnegie Building is closed for repairs.
The Carnegie Library is located at 104 S. State St. The Carnegie Library was built in 1912 as part of Andrew Carnegie’s program for developing a library network across the U.S. Currently, the building hosts Wagoner’s literacy program as well as the three forks genealogy society. For more information on those programs please visit the Library web page.
Wagoner Civic Center
301 S. Grant
The Wagoner Civic Center is a 13,000-square foot facility is a gathering place for events and organizations. Amenities include a kitchen, meeting room, gym, and auditorium. Each space can be rented out separately or all together. The Civic Center holds the Wagoner Chamber of Commerce who manages and schedules events for the space. Musical variety shows are held at the Civic Center each Christmas Season from November thru December. Watch for announcements of shows, dates and ticket sales. Note: there is a two-hour minimum for rental space and additional fees for light and sound equipment may apply.
Wagoner Community Building
102 N. Jefferson St.
Reservations 918-485-4586, Ext. 221
Community Building Rental Contract
The Wagoner Community Building is a 6,000-square foot facility can be rented from the City of Wagoner for events and gatherings throughout the year. With a wide-open-layout, individuals can use the space creatively to maximize the use of the buildings. The Community Building also has a small kitchen space for food preparation.
Wagoner History Center/Museum
122 S. Main St.
The Center is open..come see the the newly renovated facilities. Currentlly two special exhibits are available for viewing.
Jim Halsey's "Legends of Country Music." Collection includes gold and platinum albums, signed guitars from country to rock'n'roll. Photographs, stage wear and information that tells the story of country music and its Oklahoma connections.
The Shirle Lamb Williams exhibit" Wagoner 1887 the Early Beginnings-pre-statehood demonstrates the importance of the first official settlers of Wagoner. The story of early Wagoner history is seen through photographs, personal items including furniture, clothing and even Wagoner's first taxi. The museum is located on 122 S. Main Street in the heart of downtown. Hours currently are:
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10a. to 5p. and Sunday from Noon-4:00p.
Wagoner County Senior Citizens Center
233 E. Cherokee St.
The Wagoner County Senior Center (WCSC) was founded in July 2002 as an organization to provide entertainment and social interaction for seniors. It is an excellent means for new residents to meet people and make new friends. The group plays bingo, cards and other games each Tuesday, and lunch is served on Thursdays with games afterwards. Dues are $10 per year and new members are always welcome. The Center is located at 233 E. Cherokee St. and the mailing address is P.O. Box 385, Wagoner, OK 74477.