Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.
Up in the downtown Orlando library’s fourth floor, if you know where to look, there is a collection of Walt Disney World history that’s enough to make a Disney fanatic’s head spin.
Orlando Public Library’s annual fall party, Booktoberfest, returns this week. Attendees can sample beers from Yuengling, enjoy light bites from Pom Pom’s and Roque Pub.
This season, inspired by the Urban Library Council's Annual Forum theme,Leading Forward, focuses on how libraries are positioning themselves as key influencers and essential partners in their communities and appointed leaders.
The Dorothy Lumley Melrose Center at downtown’s Orlando Public Library is an unparalleled resource for creatives, giving them hands-on access to film and music production equipment and instruction.
Nerd Nite and the Orlando Public Library are joining forces Thursday to show people that learning can be fun. This is the first time an Orlando Nerd Nite will be held at an Orange County Library System location.
The Dorothy Lumley Melrose Center in the Downtown Library will host their first-ever Melrose Film Festival on Saturday, September 15.
Bring your posse of friends to sign up for library cards at any of the 16 Orange County Library System locations in September for the chance to win sweet and delicious prizes in honor of "National Library Card Sign-up Month."
Earth From Space is a 20 poster exhibition that features images and text from the popular Smithsonian museum exhibition of the same name. Orange County Library System’s Michael Donahue joins the program to talk about the exhibit.
The Yarnfiti Community Arts Project is bringing together knitters and crocheters to create pea pods, birds and even eggplant.
Getting homework done can be a challenge, especially for parents with busy schedules. That's why the Orange County Library System offers free homework help, including live, online tutors through Brainfuse.