Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.
The library system was awarded the honor by the Florida Library Association for its commitment to continuing its services to patrons throughout the pandemic.
La iniciativa Summer BreakSpot, anunciada por el Sistema de Bibliotecas del Condado de Orange (OCLS, siglas en inglés) ofrece alimentos a menores de 18 años cada semana.
Horizon West News & Info
The Orange County Library has entered into an agreement with Boyd Development to place a book drop-off to be installed at Hamlin.
My Central Florida Family
The Orange County Library System is teaming up with Orange County Public Schools Food & Nutrition Services and the Summer BreakSpot Program.
The Orange County Library System has joined forces with the Orange County Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services department to launch a free meal program for students that are out on summer break.
OCLS, in partnership with Orange County Public Schools Food & Nutrition Services and the Summer BreakSpot, will give out free meals to children and anyone under the age of 18.
A summer reading program is a great “fix” to that potential problem -- your children stay engaged, the books and lessons surrounding the stories are fun, and the program will often sneak education into the mix, without seeming like school.
The LGBT Center and the Orange County Library System have teamed up on a Pride Book Sale this month. Proceeds will go to the Friends of the Orange County Library System that puts on programs for the community throughout the year.
The Center donated dozens of books with representation of LGBTQ+ community to the library.
The Friends of the Orange County Library System will be hosting a Pride Book Sale during LGBTQ Pride Month, all thanks to a donation by the LGBTQ+ Center Orlando.