Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.
Every other Sunday, the devoted mother drove her daughter to the downtown Orlando library for Pokémon League, where the young, old and those in-between gathered to discuss and play the beloved game.
Families can register their kids in fun, educational camps, classes and events taking place at 16 library locations across Orange County as part of the Orange County Library System’s Summer Reading Program.
With 16 locations throughout Orange County, your public library has so much to offer, and books are only the beginning.
Happy Ever After: USA Today
The Romance Writers of America announced the 2017 RITA and Golden Heart finalists last month, along with this year’s award winners. And the Cathie Linz Librarian of the Year is Danielle King from the Alafaya Branch Library in Orlando.
The Melrose Center in the Downtown Library will host a new series of talks called Script Orlando, where the community nominates individuals to speak each month.
StoryCorps, a New York-based project that travels the country recording humanity's stories, is in Orlando this week in partnership with 90.7 WMFE to record how you were affected by the June 12 mass shooting at the gay nightclub Pulse.
Students participated in the first graduation ceremony for the Career Online High School program by the Orange County Library System.