The Orange County Library System is pleased to offer a variety of programs and events each month. From author talks to flamenco dancers and everything in between, you're sure to find a program that catches your interest!
Join us for an ideological, social, and historical, tracing of rap and hip hop culture from African thru successive genres of African-American music. Journey from the nineteenth century to the present day, while endeavoring to extract meaning from this empirical reality. Presented by Professor Don Harrell, UCF Africana Studies Program. #blackhistory
Interested in earning your high school diploma? Drop by to learn more about the Career Online High School program provided by Orange County Library System. Ask the team member any questions you have about the program or the requirements to apply for a free high school scholarship. #cohs
See Blender perform live at your local library. This fun and lively two piece acoustic collaboration deliver a diverse array of 6-String acoustic guitar grooves and riveting bongo rhythms everyone is sure to enjoy.
Who can say it has the most colorful bill in the forest? Toucan can. Who can say it knows all about the rainforest? Toucan can, and you can too. Learn what toucan knows as you explore the rainforest with stories, crafts and fun activities. Ages 6-12. #science #afterschool #tween
Learn how to link and embed objects such as charts, slides and spreadsheets from other applications such as Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint into Microsoft Word to create professional looking reports.
Recommended Audience: Adult