Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.
New York Times bestselling author, Debbie Macomber, will be featured as the next special guest speaker for the Orange County Library System’s Library After Hours: An Evening with Debbie Macomber on January 31 at Orlando Public Library.
Orange County Library System has begun offering a digital version of its library cards that can be stored in your phone, mobile checkout with interactive receipts, and a brand-new Express Collection to all library users through the cloudLibrary app.
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On December 2, Orange County Library System begins offering a digital version of your library card that can be stored in your phone, mobile checkout with interactive receipts, and a brand-new Express Collection to all library users through the cloudLibrary app.
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For Lisa Stewart, manager of the Chickasaw Branch of the Orange County Library System, Union Park is a place where residents are engaged and a strong sense of community exists.
On Monday, 12/2/19, the Orange County Library System became the first in Florida to offer virtual library cards that can be stored on phones, as well as mobile checkout and a new Express Collection.
In honor of our Local Author Festival on December 15, Orange County Library System has picked some reads by local authors that you can find on our shelves.
A game that has players control a ball through a vertical level while collecting tokens won the top spot in the Orange County Library’s first-ever game jam, which asked those who attended to build a video game in a weekend.
Here are some books, selected by Orange County Library System staff, to get you in a grateful mood for this special time of year.
"I’ve given detailed looks into at least a couple hot sessions of the excellent Melrose in the Mix live recording series that happens on the reg inside downtown’s Orlando Public Library. I’m not always sure you’re listening, though, so I keep trying because this is one of the city’s most uniquely up-close music experiences and not enough people know about it.
This year attendees sampled a variety of beers from local brewers in the Bungalower Biergarten and enjoyed light bites from Roque Pub, The Greenery Creamery, Florida Technical College’s Culinary Arts students and more.