On May 9th, the new ocls.info will arrive! All webpages and URLs in the www.ocls.info website* will change as we switch to our new and improved site. When this happens, bookmarks, favorites, and links to this page may cease to work OR may redirect you to a page on the new site which contains similar content. Learn more about the new site!
NOTE: Class and event information will be located in the Classes & Events section of the new website. You will be able to search for classes by location, category, audience, day of week, and specific time period. The new design will offer improved searching and filtering of classes, similar to the options offered in our current event calendar system. The new page will also provide a better way to easily see if a class has been cancelled, requires a fee, or if registration is required by phone.
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!
Use Snap Circuits to explore the basics of electronics while you build exciting projects such as a flashing light, an alarm, a doorbell and more. Make learning electronics a snap. Fun for anyone ages 8 years and up. Registered children under 12 must be accompanied by a registered adult, guardian or older sibling in the workshop. This class is taught in a collaborative learning environment. Participants may work in teams of 2-3 students.
Ever wanted to make your own custom clothes, home decor, costumes or accessories? Join us in this basic sewing class and learn about sewing safety, basic sewing machine skills and stitching seams. Get hands-on experience as you explore the world of sewing. Ages 18 and over
Learn how to create a flowchart to show the sequence of actions within a process of a project or an organizational chart by using Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. 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.
Learn word processing concepts and terminology. Learn how to create, edit and save a basic document. Use various formatting tools to enhance the overall look and feel of the document. Recommended Audience: Adult
Explore the fundamentals of sound theory. Discuss how the physics of sound affects recordings. Learn key digital audio concepts, including sample rate, bit depth and file types.
Required Skills: None
Recommended Prerequisites: Audio Studio Orientation
Recommended Audience: Adult