Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.
You can see why when WUCF TV broadcasts the session Mag.Lo did at the excellent Melrose in the Mix live recording series at the downtown public library back on February 2, 2020.
The Orange County Library System has been delivering materials to its members since 1974. All you have to do is check out the book, movie or CD on its website.
Allison’s work with the Orange County Library System includes offering weekly events to customers in the central Florida community. Topics range from basic and beginning genealogy to advanced research techniques and DNA.
According to Yamilet Exposito, a vocational advisor for Catholic Charities of Central Florida’s Comprehensive Refugee Services, libraries are “doors for access to culture, knowledge and information. The resources and services they offer provide the opportunity to learn, serve as support of literacy, and education.”
To help celebrate National Library Week, Orange County is offering a free ticket to an amusement park for those who sign up for a new library card.
The Orange County Library System (OCLS) recently installed a library return drop box on the Valencia College Lake Nona campus several months ahead of schedule.
Andre Morris is a licensed clinical social worker providing members assistance with things like affordable housing, counseling and mental health resources, healthcare, immigration and reemployment guidance.
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A newly opened COVID vaccination site at the South Trail Branch Library is helping to get shots to some of the area’s most vulnerable.
A new state-sponsored vaccination site opened this morning at the South Trail Branch Library on Orange Blossom Trail.