Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.
The Apopka Chief
For nearly eight weeks the North Orange Branch Library in Apopka, part of the Orange County Library System, will be closed again – not because of the coronavirus pandemic this time, but for renovations.
The Orange County Library System was mentioned in Orlando Weekly's 2020 Orlando Weekly City Guide.
This month library staff have selected books on the topic of friendship in honor of National Friendship Day, recognized on the first Sunday in August, but celebrated every day of the year.
Two gay visual artists based in Florida each currently have some of their works featured in a female-centric exhibit at the Orlando Public Library.
To celebrate its return, the library system has announced the release of a limited-edition lapel pin, that was created in partnership with the local wizards at Secret Society Goods.
The Magic and Florida Blue have participated in Orange County Library System's Summer Reading Program over the last three years and offered youth ages 6-12 a chance to receive Magic tickets during the upcoming seasons for submitting five book reviews online through the library's reading program.
My Central Florida Family
From June 1 through August 1, families can enjoy streaming events, live virtual activities and online reading challenges, all from the comfort of home.