Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.


The Orange County Library System announced on its Facebook page yesterday that it would temporarily cease home delivery service after Thursday, March 26.

Orlando Sentinel

Although Orange County Library System branches are closed, many of their online resources remain available for library card holders.

Next City

Countless public libraries are closed to the public for the foreseeable future to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. And that, of course, means that librarians are working quickly to identify and innovate the best ways to continue serving their patrons.


If you’re worried about how you’re going to pass the time or get your hands on that new release you’ve been waiting for while you’re stuck at home, there’s good news!

Orange Observer

The library system has cancel events through March to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Orlando Weekly

The Orange County Library System announced the cancellation of all library-sponsored events and programs scheduled from March 14 through March 31.

Orlando Weekly

Bookworms and fiction fanatics will have no problem finding their niche here, especially with signings, writing workshops and panel discussions with award-winning authors.


March 17 is Bayard Rustin’s birthday. Inspired by this oft-overlooked changemaker, this month we’ve selected books about people who have strived to make the world a better place, including one about Bayard himself.


There’s no better place to find love in all its forms than between the covers…of a book. Your local library staff has pulled these selections to help you celebrate 2020’s second month.

Click Orlando

Renata Sago is an independent journalist in Orlando who has seen some of the harsh realities in communities across the United States. Her exhibit, which is on display at the Orange County Public Library, features 25 images.