Adult Summer Reading Program 2019

June 1 to August 3, 2019

Why should kids have all the fun? Attend weekly special events at all library locations featuring live performances, creative activities, educational programs and clubs. You can also participate in our Adult Summer Reading Program online - register with Beanstack to track your activities and the books you read this summer.  Attend and log a variety of events, read books, and post book reviews to earn points for prizes - the more you earn, the greater the prizes.

 

 

Upcoming Events

No Registration Required
Tuesday
June
18
2:00​pm
(Southeast - Meeting Room 1)
Event Category: Games & Activities
Drop in for chess and other fun board games at the library. Chess sets and games are available for play and rule sheets are provided. All ages.
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rescheduled Registration Required
Tuesday
June
18
2:30​pm
Event Category: Arts & Crafting
Celebrate a Universe of Stories and unleash your inner artist by coloring our adult summer reading program banner with fellow community members .
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Tuesday
June
18
2:30​pm
Event Categories: Maker/DIY; Arts & Crafting
Join us for a relaxing afternoon of arts and crafts at South Creek Branch. Adults will get together to enjoy and create original art in a fun environment. Ages 16 and up. Registration required.
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Registration Required
Tuesday
June
18
5:30​pm
(Magnolia & Palm Room - Combined)
Event Categories: Maker/DIY; General Events
Paint your universe! Create a unique design on your wine glass using acrylics. Space is limited. Registration required. Register online at ocls.info or call 407.835.7323.
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Registration Required
Tuesday
June
18
6:00​pm
(Alafaya - Meeting Room 1)
Event Category: Education & Learning
Discover the steps that will make downsizing easier to manage and less overwhelming. Registration recommended. Click for more information.
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Wednesday
June
19
6:00​pm
(Washington Park - Children's Area)
Event Category: Cooking & Food
Bite into a new mid-week tradition: Watermelon Wednesdays! Representatives from The National Watermelon Board show you new and delicious ways to prepare this refreshing fruit. Registration required.
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Wednesday
June
19
6:30​pm
Event Category: History, Culture, Genealogy
Each week we will discuss a specific chapter from the book Advanced Genetic Genealogy: Techniques and Case Studies by Debbie Parker Wayne (Editor).
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