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4600 S. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32839 407.835.7323
Lynx Bus Routes
Link 4 South US 441 (S. Orange Blossom Trail) / Kissimmee
Link 8 W. Oak Ridge Rd. / International Dr.
Link 40 Americana Blvd. / Universal Orlando Lynx Maps & Schedules
About the Branch
Located in the Orange Blossom Center, the South Trail Branch is an open, bright branch with lots of sunshine. The branch is located in a commercial center, adjacent to numerous multi-family housing units and is a popular spot for children and families.
The history of South Trail branch spans almost four decades. It began as the Ft. Gatlin branch at 105 Gatlin Avenue in 1965. The branch moved to the corner of Holden Avenue and South Orange Blossom Trail in 1981. The move across the street to the current site in the Orange Blossom Center took place in 1996.
Learn presentation concepts and terminology. Learn how to create a basic presentation by adding slides, ClipArt, WordArt, and picture files. Use various formatting tools to enhance the look and feel of your presentation. Recommended Audience: Adult
Are you stuck on a software-related project or simply need constructive ideas to get you started? Let us help! A technology trainer will be available to assist you in this open lab. Please note: Software questions are handled based on the topics discussed in any of the classes offered at the Library. Recommended Audience: Adult
During this 4-week program, students will meet once each week to prepare for the U.S. Naturalization (Citizenship) Test and Interview. To be eligible for U.S. Naturalization, you must be able to read, write, and speak basic English. Registration is required. To register, you can do so online, call 407-835-7323 or stop by any of our locations. This program is for adult learners, and is available for free to Orange County district resident cardholders, Fee cardholders, and Orange County Property Owner cardholders. If you do not have a card or have a different type of card, please call 407-835-7323 or stop by any of our locations for more information. Any person requiring special accommodations to participate in a class or program due to a disability may arrange for reasonable accommodations by contacting the location at which the event is held at least seven days prior to the event.
The library collection includes books, audio books, informational and entertainment DVDs, recorded music, and an Adult Literacy Collection.
Public computers offering Internet access, word processing and online reference resources including the Library catalog.
The branch has an Early Literacy Station (ELS) which is a self-contained bilingual educational compter for children, with over 56 top-rated educational software programs spanning seven curricular areas.
Two meeting rooms are available for use by groups. Please contact the branch for more information.
Regularly scheduled story program Smarty Pants each week. Smarty Pants is a fun-filled story program with a learning twist that teaches, motivates and entertains. Recommended for ages 0-5.