Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.
A partir del 11 de septiembre, podrán realizar el proceso de solicitud del pasaporte estadounidense en el Sistema de Bibliotecas del Condado de Orange.(Beginning September 11, they will be able to complete the U.S. passport application process in the Orange County Library System.)
Author and criminal defense lawyer Jerome F. Buting, known for his role as the attorney who represented Steven Avery in the critically acclaimed Netflix documentary Making a Murderer, will be the special guest speaker for the Orange County Library System’s next Library After Hours event, taking place September 13 at the Orlando Public Library.
One of the defense lawyers from the Wisconsin murder trial of Steven Avery – covered in depth on Netflix’s hit true crime doc series Making a Murderer, speaks at the downtown library this week.
School bells are ringing all over Orange County! Whether the students in your household are young ones just starting out or at the graduate level, Orange County Library System has the resources you need from reference librarians to study rooms to printers for that book report.
Downtown Community Paper
The Orange County Library System (OCLS) recently launched the Local Wanderer Pass, and it’s proving to be a popular program in the few short weeks since it went live.
The Orange County Library System announced all branches will remain closed from Tuesday, Sept. 3, through Wednesday, Sept. 4, due to the approach of Hurricane Dorian.
Ahead of Hurricane Dorian, the Orange County Library System has announced that all of its libraries will be closed through Tuesday, Sept. 3.
Jerome F. Buting, the defense lawyer from the Netflix series Making A Murderer will host a reading at the Orange County Library System’s downtown branch on Friday, September 13 at 7 p.m.
Come next month, you can apply for a passport at the downtown public library in Orlando. And you don't even need a library card.
With no film longer than, say, a television commercial (that’s what we used to have before YouTube ads), each film presented in the Orlando Public Library's One Minute Film Festival features an economy of storytelling that’s the filmic equivalent of flash fiction.